Aging Services Resources

Multi-Service Sites & Community Centers

Center on Halsted

Services Provided:
Lunch Programs, Social Groups, Support Groups, Case Management, SAGEWorks Employment Program, Mental Health, STD Testing, Housing, HIV Support, Gentle Yoga, Trans and Gender-nonconforming Programs, Women’s Programs, GED Program.

3656 N Halsted, Chicago, IL 60613
Phone: 773-472-6469

Northeast Levy Senior Center

Services Provided:
Caregiver Resources, Computer Classes, Language Classes, Fitness Center & Programs, On-site Medical Professional visits (Nurse, Dietitian, and Pharmacist), Information & Assessment, Social Activities, Events, Parties, Benefits Assistance.

2019 W Lawrence Ave, Chicago, IL 60625
Phone: 312-744-0784

Neighborhood and Social Groups

Lincoln Park Village

Lincoln Park Village is an innovative, not-for-profit membership community that connects members 50+ to each other and to trusted resources so they can lead vibrant, secure later lives. We are volunteer-based and respond to each member’s interests and needs. Members value a unique array of programs and activities; the security of knowing someone is there to help; and a social network to last a lifetime. Our Member-Plus program enables all neighbors regardless of income, to join and integrate fully into Village life. By leveraging the talents, wisdom and skills of older adults, we have become an important asset to our communities and to each other. Crain’s Chicago Business reports that Lincoln Park Village is “at the forefront of the nationwide Village movement.” Together, we are inventing a new future for older adults in America.

2502 N. Clark Street, #225, Chicago, 60614

Primetimers Chicago

Services Provided:
Neighborhood Dining, Sunday Brunches, Potluck Dinners, Gourmet Dining, Wine and Cheese Parties, Bicycling, Bowling, Stage Plays, Movies, Bar Nights, Pinochle, Hearts, Computer Shoptalk, AIDS Walk Chicago, Chicago Historical Tours, and Vacation Tours.

Phone: 773.884.1005

Affinity Trailblazers Group

Group serving LGBTQ adults 60 and older aimed at providing community and information. Aimed at serving lesbian, bisexual, trans, and LGBTQ youth of African descent, and broader LGBTQ and black communities, Affinity also supports civic engagement, health & wellness, leadership development, immigrant justice, HIV prevention.

1424-28 E. 53rd Street, Suite 306
Chicago, IL 60615
Phone: 773.324.0377

Housing and Residential Resources

Brightview Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center

Services Provided:
Telemedicine, Short Term Rehabilitation, Skilled Nursing Services.

Specialty Care With:
• Alzheimer’s & Dementia
• Cardiac Care
• Spanish-Speaking
• Hospice
• Orthopedic Care
• Respite Care
• Wound Care

4538 N. Beacon St., Chicago, IL 60640
Phone: 773.275.7200
Fax: 773.275.7543

H.O.M.E. – Housing Opportunities and Maintenance for the Elderly

Services Provided:
Housing, assistance with daily life, meal programs, community engagement, activities, fitness, computer room (Varies by location).
H.O.M.E. manages three inter-generational housing sites with apartments dedicate to older adults as well as families. Resident assistants offer support with daily tasks as needed and organize activities for all residents. Two sites feature “Good Life” residences for seniors needing more support, with “Privacy when you want it. Assistance when you need it.”

1419 W Carroll Ave, Floor 2 Chicago, IL 60607-1149
Phone: 773.921.3200
Fax: 312.455.1500

Care Coordination Services

The Care Plan

Services Provided: Care Consultation & Management to plan for immediate or more urgent health and aging needs and My Care Map, a comprehensive package to guide you through each phase of aging. Sliding-scale available, self-pay only (check, cash), hours billed bi-monthly.

Jacqueline Boyd
Phone: 630.479.0083

City and State Service Information

City of Chicago Senior Services
A homepage with links to senior services provided by the City of Chicago to seniors 60 and older. Includes public aid/child care, assisted living information, pest control/removal, benefits checkups, assisted living information, housing information, homeless support, and other civic and medical resources. Visit or call 312.744.4016 for more information.

Illinois Department on Aging
A homepage with links to senior services provided by the state to seniors 60 and older. Includes disability benefits access application, medical/nutritional/caregiving/other community services , links to community partners, help with advocacy and abuse, organization and resource locators, and insurance information. Visit or call 1.800.252.8966, 1.888.206.1327 (TTY) for more information.

National Long-Term Care Ombudsman Resource Center (NORC)
The National Long-Term Care Ombudsman Resource Center provides support, technical assistance and training to the 53 State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Programs and their statewide networks of almost 600 regional (local) programs. The Center’s objectives are to enhance the skills, knowledge, and management capacity of the State programs to enable them to handle residents’ complaints and represent resident interests (individual and systemic advocacy). For more information, visit or call 202.332.2275.

Advocacy, Research, and News

Windy City Times
Local LGBTQ news at

National LGBTQ Task Force
News about Local, State, and Federal activism and advocacy at

LGBT Aging Issues Network (LAIN)
LAIN is a subgroup of the Aging Society of America (ASA). Visit their website for trainings, news, and other resources for older adults and the professionals serving them.

Services and Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Elders (SAGE)
National advocacy organization for older LGBQ adults. Their site contains news, research, and additional resources, including a search tool for locating affiliate organizations.

AARP Pride
The homepage for LGBTQ News and advocacy hosted by AARP. Visit for more information.

National Center on Elder Abuse
The NCEA is one of 27 Administration on Aging-funded Resource Centers. The NCEA is the place to turn to for up-to-date information regarding research, training, best practices, news and resources on elder abuse, neglect and exploitation. The Center provides information to policy makers, professionals in the elder justice field,and the public. Visit or call 855-500-3537.


National Association of Nutritional and Aging Service Programs
The National Association of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs (NANASP) is a national membership organization for persons across the country working to provide older adults healthful food and nutrition through community-based services. Visit or call 202.682.6899 for more information.

Trans and Gender-nonconforming Resources

A national online transgender medical consultation service that offers health care providers up-to-date transgender clinical information and individualized case consultation across a broad range of clinical transgender issues. TransLine is staffed by expert medical providers from LGBT clinics from around the nation who can help you provide the best possible care to your transgender patients. Visit or call 415.901.7108 for more information.

Service Locators

Federal Benefits Homepage
Search for federal benefits you may be eligible for at

Eldercare Location
A public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging to help locate senior care services near you. Visit or call 800.677.1116 for more information.

A website aimed at helping older LGBTQ adults find community organizations service LGBTQ communities of all ages. or call 954.765.6024 for more information.