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02.01.2015
SAGE Center Harlem


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The SAGE Center Harlem is dedicated to creating a safe haven for LGBT older people in Harlem, East Harlem and the Bronx and connecting them to services in their community. Here are a few highlights of our work.

SAGE Harlem was established in 2004, strengthening SAGE’s responsiveness to communities of color by ensuring that LGBT elders in Harlem, East Harlem and the Bronx can benefit from culturally and linguistically appropriate services. SAGE Harlem is a Naturally Occuring Retirement Community (NORC), meaning it provides programs and services to residents right where they live—personifying the idea of "aging in place." Located in the heart of Harlem, we offer bilingual information, referrals, services, programming, educational presentations and social activities for older LGBT residents in the community. We also partner with local social services providers to expand access for LGBT consumers and sensitivity to their issues. In 2014, SAGE Harlem was renamed SAGE Center Harlem as part of a new initiative establishing SAGE Centers across New York City.

Visit SAGE Harlem at

Oberia D. Dempsey Multi-Service Center
127 West 127th Street
New York, NY 10027
Phone: 646-660-8951 Email: sageharlem@sageusa.org

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