SAGE NYC: Services & Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Elders
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What is LGBT-friendly housing?

One of the most important decisions we make as older adults is where we're going to live during our senior years. For all older adults, affordability is often a challenge. For LGBT older adults, so is finding a place that's welcoming—where we can feel free to be ourselves and be treated respectfully and compassionately. LGBT-friendly housing are communities that are committed to being welcoming and supportive to all their residents, and give people who identify as LGBT+ the opportunity to live in a community of respect and acceptance.

Can I still apply to live in Crotona Senior Residences or Stonewall House (formally known as Ingersoll Senior Residences)?

No. The application period for Stonewall House (formerly known as Ingersoll Senior Residences) closed on May 29, 2019 and the application period for Crotona Senior Residences closed on January 2, 2020. Both buildings are no longer accepting applications.

How can I get housing resources and information?

Our housing team will be sending resources to interested individuals over the next year. If you would like to keep updated with housing information or resources please fill out this survey.

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