The patients have asked to be moved to nursing homes in the West Philadelphia, Germantown, and Mount Airy areas. The staff at Griot House wants nursing homes solicited which will welcome black patients and will understand black culture. This chapter focuses on matching pre- and post-relocation residential settings. The Departments of Social Service and Nursing at Griot House showed much more vocal concern and concerted effort than the state relocation team in attempts to achieve pre- and post-relocation ethnic matching of residential settings. As might be expected, relocation to a black residential setting had no significant effect on the self-image of either the high or low distance groups. The low distance elderly also showed significantly higher levels of felt agitation than the high distance group under conditions of a white residential setting. There were no significant differences between the high distance and low distance groups preceding relocation, nor were there differences between them, in general, immediately following relocation.