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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Housing Resources

Alzheimer's Association's Senior Housing Finder
This web site provides in-depth information to help determine the best type of care and housing for an individual with dementia.

SNAP for Seniors
A website dedicated to helping older adults find housing resources and options based on location (zip code). Housing options include: Assisted Living, Adult Family Home, Residential Care, Alzheimer's Living, Independent Living, Skilled Nursing, Nursing Home, Continuing Care (CCRC). Offers phone numbers and addresses. This site also has a search for health care providers (see Health Care).

U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development's Guide to Section 8
This website helps senior citizens, people with disabilities, families and individuals find low-rent apartments.

U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development's Housing Offices Locator
HUD sponsors housing counseling agencies throughout the country that can provide advice on buying a home, renting, defaults, foreclosures, and credit issues. There is a list of agencies for each state to search more specifically for a reverse mortgage counselor or if you are a foreclosure avoidance counselor.

A Place for Mom - Guide to Information Available about Every State's Assisted Living Regulations
The State Guide to Assisted Living Records & Reports project is a for-profit website that gives a detailed snapshot of each state's accessibility to public information regarding assisted living licensure, monitoring, and deficiency reporting. For every state and the District of Columbia, the Guide outlines the assisted living regulatory agency's process of providing public records, details the level of transparency within the records, and ranks how that compares to other states.