by Matthew S. Bajko | email@example.com Isolated from family and largely living alone, LGBT seniors in San Francisco contemplate taking their own life at an "alarming" rate, a new study has found. It is estimated there are anywhere from 18,000 to 20,000 LGBT seniors living in San Francisco, with the population increasing each year as the … Continue reading LGBT seniors struggle with suicide
A substantial city grant could mean a different future for low-income LGBT seniors in San Francisco. According to the Examiner, the city announced a $6.1 million commitment to an effort to convert an empty lot at 55 Laguna Street into 110 affordable housing units specifically targeted at low-income LGBT seniors. Nonprofits Mercy Housing andOpenhouse will oversee that project. Read More.