Telefriending Service - We are putting into place a free telephone befriending service for LGBTQI people over 50 across Scotland who are particularly impacted by isolation.
When you join our service, we will then call you around the same time each week for a chat of up to 30-minutes. All you need to join is a landline or mobile phone.
Deaf BSL users and hard of hearing can use LGBT Helpline Scotland for emotional support - 0300 123 25 23
TELEPHONE: 0300 123 25 23
AREA(S) COVERED: City Wide
INTENDED SERVICE USERS: Older People, BME, Equality Groups
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Older LGBT people have lived through much less tolerant times making their journey towards self-acceptance, a long and arduous one that impacted their confidence, self-esteem and wellbeing. Nowadays, older LGBT people often have diminished support networks resulting in an increased sense of vulnerability and anxiety about ageing.
LGBT Age works with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people aged 50 and over in Greater Glasgow and the Lothians to shape support services and resources for older LGBT people including social events, community activism, resources and volunteering opportunities.
For individual support, social events and groups, contact Jean at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 271 2330.
For information and how to get involved with the Community Action Project, contact Lynda at email@example.com or call 0141 271 2330.
For information and how to get involved with our national LGBT Dementia Project, contact Megan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 271 2330.Undo