More information can be found at Spirit on Lake. Toggle navigation Menu Subscribers. Today, only 21 states or localities offer fair-housing protections based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Some just visit, others stay year-round. Each group has a separate condo association but they are all recognized to be part of the same community.
While The Herbs are confident that they will never have to move into a retirement home, many gay seniors are less financially secure, with high poverty rates among a community that has faced decades of discrimination.
Top 15 LGBT-Friendly Senior Living Communities in the U.S.
Bythe country will have more seniors aged 65 and over - 78 million - than minors under the age of 18, according to the Census Bureau. This is a small, women-only community that has been growing for the last 10 years in the desert of Arizona. Each one-bedroom apartment has an open floor plan and modern kitchen, an inviting community room, outdoor community patio, and a variety of resident events and services. In fact, says Bogosian, the community is proudly mixed: Today, only 21 states or localities offer fair-housing protections based on sexual orientation or gender identity. This apartment community first opened in with 46 affordable, urban homes at the corner of Lake Street and 13th Avenue South in Minneapolis. Luxury apartment complexes, assisted-living facilities and nursing homes generally welcome pink dollars.
More retirement housing options of all kinds are being built or retrofitted to serve the aging LGBT community. This is one of the most popular and well-known communities of its kind in the country, partly because they were the first retirement community in America to openly welcome LGBT seniors. This LGBT-friendly community is one of the most beautiful communities on the list. More information can be found at John C. This is a gay and lesbian residential community in a mountain setting where friendly neighbors enjoy outdoor activities and scenic beauty all year round. Many LGBT seniors have long faced difficult housing choices: