Austin Releases More ‘User-Friendly’ Map Listing Affordable Housing

The City of Austin has released a new comprehensive map of housing for low- and middle-income residents.

The digital map, known as the Affordable Housing Listing, shows an array of income-restricted housing units subsidized or incentivized by the city.

Austin Family Eldercare has a program for
Gay and Lesbian elders called AGLSS.

Family Eldercare works with a number of publicly-funded or subsidized residential facilities. AGLSS is therefore able to see and assess LGBTQ-friendliness. We will be updating info about these programs.

Established in 2012, AGLSS was provides aging services and resources for our LGBTQ+ community, ensuring that no one has to age alone. Through the support and foundation of the Bettie Naylor fund, these services are extended to the economically challenged as well.  AGLSS, incorporated throughout our entire mission, is here to help you find the best care solution for your family, including benefits and insurance processing.

Link to AGLSS

In 2014, Family Eldercare developed an LGBT and Aging Resource Guide. A new edition is in the works. In the meantime, here’s a link to download the earlier edition. LGBT and Aging Resource Guide – 2014

  • Older adults are an invaluable community resource, waiting to be tapped.

Our vision is to create a region that responds to aging as a dynamic rather than a stagnant force.  We are all aging, all the time. And we want to make Central Texas a place that supports each of us,at every age.

Because our community is changing – and it’s not just how you think.

Senior Co-Housing
A Senior Housing Project is being developed in Buda called Cantina. The organizers of the project are members of the Austin LGBTQ community and invite our interest in their project. If you want to learn more about Cantina, here’s a link to an article in the Senior Resource Guide about Cantina titled A New Model of Active Adult Senior Living is Coming to the Austin Area.

And here’s a link to their website with artist renderings of the project

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Project Transitions

dedicated to serving people with HIV and AIDS by providing housing, comprehensive support services, recuperative care and hospice in compassionate and caring environments.

Every person living with HIV deserves compassionate care and a place to call home.

Town Hall Apartments is Chicago’s first LGBTQ-welcoming, 100 percent affordable housing development. It has 79 units. Photo courtesy of Britta Larson

Affordable Housing for LGBTQ Seniors — updated to Dec 2020

Shelterforce website publishes new information about LBGTQ housiong projects across the country. Click here…

Dallas Resource Center plans senior housing

Plans underway for LGBTQ Senior Housing