Senior Services

Older adults face many challenges, but for most maintaining independence is a top priority. CSSW has designed community-based programs for the 60+ population to negotiate the challenges of caregiving or living alone, maintaining a home, and finding critical community resources Through professional staff, trained volunteers and collaborations with community parishes, our services include respite and adult day activities, the installation of home safety devices, minor chores and repairs, and a trusted advocate to provide individualized assistance to find whatever help is needed.

Featured Senior Resources


Senior Resource Guide

For more than 25 years, the CSSW Senior Resource Guide has been the “go to” place for a comprehensive list and phone numbers of the services seniors need.

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Ahead of the Curve

Newly launched in 2019, the Ahead of the Curve website features a searchable online resource directory listing more than 300 county-wide resources for seniors.

Photovoice Exhibit - It’s Never Too Late: Changing the Perspective of Substance Use in Later Life.

Using the powerful medium of photography, the photovoice project allowed older adults, caregivers and family members to reflect on personal experiences with addiction and substance use. These photos are representations of their unique journey.

Grandparents As Parents

Provides grandparents, and other relatives caring for children, with information about self-care, childcare, and the assurance that families with generational gaps are not alone.


Volunteer Caregiver Respite

Matches volunteers trained to provide respite assistance to families caring full-time for a home bound adult age 60 or older. Volunteers visit with a frail senior to provide non-medical support, companionship, and socialization.


Home Maintenance and Safety Services

Chore services available to help older adults maintain their independence and keep them safe at home.


Medicare/Medicaid Assistance

Seniors and adults with disabilities receive assistance in making informed decisions regarding health insurance and prescription drug coverage to best meet their needs.


Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Helps adults age 55+ contribute their talents and experience to serve local nonprofits. RSVP matches the skills and interests of each volunteer with the needs of the partner organizations.


Resource Advocacy

Provides information and referrals that best meet the needs of seniors and caregivers to maintain independence at home.