LGBTQ seniors living will presentation at Gerber-Hart on Nov. 1


CHICAGO — The Gerber-Hart Library and Archives will host a presentation on living wills and power of attorney for LGBTQ seniors on Friday, Nov. 1.

From the Facebook event:

Free presentation addressing legal services for powers of attorney for healthcare and property and living will declara 6500 North Clark Street tions, facilitated by the Proud to Thrive program of the Center for Disability & Elder Law on Friday.

About the Center for Disability & Elder Law:
The Center for Disability & Elder Law (CDEL) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and advancing the legal rights of low-income senior citizens and persons with disabilities in Cook County since 1984. CDEL offers assistance with several types of civil legal matters, representing hundreds of clients each year, and providing additional services to hundreds more. CDEL partners with volunteer attorneys, paralegals, and law students throughout the Chicago legal community to provide clients with access to high quality legal services they cannot otherwise afford.

Contact CDEL:
205 West Randolph St., Suite 1610, Chicago, IL 60606
[email protected], Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm

About Proud to Thrive
Proud to Thrive is a program at CDEL that provides culturally responsive legal services for LGBT seniors. Proud to Thrive operates mobile, regularly scheduled legal clinics, power of attorney workshops, and educational presentations in LGBT-affirming locations across Cook County.

Contact Proud to Thrive:
205 West Randolph St., Suite 1610, Chicago, IL 60606
312-376-1880 (Please mention Proud to Thrive when calling) [email protected].

The presentation is from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. The Gerber-Hart is at 6500 N. Clark St. in Chicago.