KINSHIP SENIORS

Kinship Seniors aims to provide mutual support by providing information and lively discussions.

The “Golden Years” can be challenging. You may find yourself free from the daily grind of work and parenting, but you’re likely also dealing with increased financial pressure, health problems, and social disconnection. LGBTIQ seniors often find these challenges magnified.

Kinship Seniors aims to provide mutual support by providing information and lively discussions in a welcoming environment. Many LGBTIQ seniors grew up in a time when homosexuality was a crime and considered a mental illness. Sometimes LGBTIQ seniors deal with people in terms of their finances, medical care, or housing, and continue those old practices of keeping a part of yourself private for safety’s sake.

Kinship Seniors on Facebook provides a safe place to connect and share. Kinship Kampmeeting will also provide opportunities to provide social connection and focused presentations that will provide helpful support.

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Contact: Taylor Ruhl  email icon 35  

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Kinship Seniors aims to provide mutual support by providing information and lively discussions.

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KinYouth provides a safe community for Kinship members who are under 30 years of age.

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KinWomen provides a safe place for women to support each other, and share life experiences.

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Discovering that a relative is LGBTIQ can be difficult for families, who often feel alone.

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Seeking to improve the relationship between the LGBTIQ community and the Adventist church.

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