Search the list of National LGBTQ+ and Aging Resources for organizations that provide resources and tools to assist older adults, families and caregivers in a number of areas such as aging services, benefits, legal issues, health care, senior centers, LGBTQ+ community centers, housing services, and much more.

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LGBT Community Resources

SAGE National LGBT Elder Hotline
Talk and be heard at the SAGE LGBT Elder Hotline. We connect LGBT older people who want to talk with friendly responders who are ready to listen. If you are an LGBT elder or care for one, call the free SAGE Hotline, toll-free, at 877-360-LGBT (5428). Hotline responders: Are certified in crisis response Offer support without judgment Answer questions factually and confidentially Provide information about community support resources such as healthcare, transportation, counseling, legal services, and emotional support programs The SAGE LGBT Elder Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in English and Spanish, with translation in 180 languages. Members of our community are likely to live alone and feel isolated. Through our hotline, we can connect everyone with a phone to an LGBT responder who is friendly, knowledgeable, and ready to listen. The hotline is managed by our partner United Way Worldwide.

Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists
This website helps people find a Psychiatric Referral in their area using keywords such as city, state, or zip code. is a project of The American Institute of Bisexuality (AIB) and the Bisexual Foundation. It supports and sponsors projects likely to promote understanding and visibility about bisexuality through education, research, training and media outreach. The American Institute of Bisexuality raises awareness about the diversity of sexual orientation. The AIB is dedicated to the support of the bisexual community and the education of the public at large about the bisexual community.

CenterLink Community Directory
A worldwide directory of LGBT community centers.

Intersex & Genderqueer Recognition Project (IGRP)
The Intersex & Genderqueer Recognition Project (IGRP) is the only legal organization in the United States addressing the right of non-binary adults to gender-self-identify on legal documents. IGRP's goal is to allow non-binary adults to self-identify as something other than male or female on their driver's license, passport, and other government issued identification.

National Black Justice Coalition
NBJC is a civil rights organization dedicated to empowering African American same-gender-loving, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

National Online Resource Center for Violence Against Women: Special collection on sexual violence in the LGBTQ community
This website defines terms, provides articles and publication and directs to community-based resources about sexual violence in the LGBTQ community.

Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP)
Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP) promotes the creation, exhibition and distribution of new high-caliber films/videos. The group actively invests in, develops and nurtures the leadership and creativity of Asian/ Pacific Islander, Black/African descent, Chicana/Latina, Native/ American Indian/Indigenous and Mixed-Race lesbians, bisexual, queer and questioning women. They also provide free programs to guarantee full access for our underserved community, especially low-income and immigrant queer women of color.

SAGENet is the local affiliate network of SAGE (Services and Advocacy for LGBT Elders). SAGENet affiliates provide community programs, social services and more to LGBT older adults in several locations around the country.

Two Spirit Press Room
2SPR is a catalyst for media literacy for Native GLBT organizations and organizers, as well as cultural literacy and competence for our allies. The group builds community through information sharing and strives to build human, material, information and policy - as well as philanthropic- resources by, for and about Native people.