GLBT Senior Organizations

G.L.E.A.M. (Gay and Lesbian Elders Active in Minnesota): 
A group for the 50+ community members providing a safe environment to socialize, thereby enhancing the quality of life for isolated seniors. (Source: Outfront website)
PHONE: 612-201-6122
Local Website: https://sites.google.com/site/l9god0skvd/ 

OLOC (Old Lesbians Organizing for Change):
OLOC provides lesbians, age 60 and over, with the chance to meet like-minded women in a common struggle to confront ageism, to share mutual interests, and to experience the joy and warmth of playing and working together. There is a quarterly newsletter, as well as a national gathering of the organization. (Source: Outfront website)
EMAIL : stewie4@mac.com
National Website: http://www.oloc.org/ 

Prime Timers:
The purpose of Prime Timers is to provide gay and bisexual men (age 50 and above) and their admirers with opportunities to come together in a supportive atmosphere to enjoy social, educational and recreational activities: We also work closely with Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly http://www.littlebrothersmn.org/  to ensure that our members have access to their supportive services. There is a monthly newsletter that offers a wealth of announcements about the monthly general meeting of the organization as well as special interest activities (book clubs, movie expeditions, etc.)
Local Website:  www.primetimersww.com/ptmsp/
EMAIL mspprtimer@aol.com
PHONE: 612-371-9537

Training to Serve:
Training to Serve (TTS) assists Minnesota providers of aging services with education and tools to help them meet the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGB&T) persons as they age.(Source: Local website)
Local Website: http://www.trainingtoserve.org/
EMAIL : info@trainingtoserve.org
PHONE: 651-251-5774

GLBT Generations:
This is an organization that provides information and referral resources
for transgender people
EMAIL : barbsatin@aol.com
(Source: Outfront website)

WEBSITE www.glbtseniorsmn.org

Other GLBT Focused Resources*:

  1. Family Caregiver Alliance www.caregiver.org. Click on “Groups” and select “LGBT Caring Community Online Support Group”.
  2. Senior Action in a Gay Environment www.sageusa.org
  3. Transgender Aging Network: www.forge-forward.org Click on TAN (Transgender Aging Network)

General Resources*:

*Information provided courtesy of Cathy Croghan of Quatrefoil Library and Joan Knuesel of Family Means in Stillwater (and corrected 2/3/13)

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