Integrity Senior Services
Our staff includes licensed social workers, psychologists, and clinical nurse specialists. We provide counseling and auxiliary services to seniors, the disabled, caregivers, and their families. ISS is committed to helping our clients develop the coping skills necessary to function at one's maximum ability by providing in-home counseling services.
Through therapy, our counselors help clients find renewed enjoyment in life and increased emotional well-being. Counseling may also ameliorate the behavioral problems that come with chronic ailments, such as Alzheimer’s disease. By addressing the mental health needs of seniors, the disabled, and caregivers, counseling can help lessen the frequency of hospitalization and enhance one's social life.
New York State Office For The Aging
Our Mission is to help older New Yorkers be as independent as possible for as long as possible through advocacy, development and delivery of person-centered, consumer-oriented, and cost-effective policies, programs and services which support and empower older adults and their families, in partnership with the network of public and private organizations which serve them.
Community Agency for Senior Services
The mission of CASC is to address the needs of adults age 60 years and older, so as to assist them in leading viable independent lives in the community. To this end CASC creates and maintains community-based social, health and related support services for older adults living on Staten Island. CASC works individually and with other social service agencies and organizations, both on and off Staten Island, so as to ensure that a maximum number of seniors are provided with assistance.
MJHS is an integrated not for profit health system that provides exceptional care to the Greater New York Area. Our spectrum of health care services includes rehabilitation, home care, palliative and hospice care, long term care as well as various health plans for Medicare and Medicaid eligible individuals. We also have The Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care, focusing on education and research.
NYC Department for the Aging
As an agency of City government and an Area Agency on Aging under the federal Administration on Aging, DFTA receives federal, state and city funds to provide essential services for seniors. It channels these monies to community-based organizations that contract with the Department to provide needed programs locally throughout the five boroughs. Hot meals and activities at senior centers, home-delivered meals, case management, home care, transportation and legal services are among the services these programs provide. DFTA manages the contracts with these programs and ensures service quality.
JCC Senior Services
The JCC is dedicated to building a stronger community by promoting the welfare of our clients. JCC Social Services are provided without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, gender, age, political beliefs or religious creed.
The JCC Stapleton Neighborhood Senior Center and the Avis/South Shore Neighborhood Senior Center, both located on Staten Island, offer a variety of services for seniors. Educational programs about nutrition, physical activities such as Tai-Chi and aerobics, and case assistance and referrals for personal matters exemplify several of the numerous offers that are available, all within a welcoming and friendly envioronment
CenterLight Health System
Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation (CNR), a member of the CenterLight Health System, is a multi-faceted, 320-bed skilled nursing facility. CNR was the first nursing home in New York City to adopt the "neighborhood" concept, setting new standards for person-directed care and giving residents greater independence in matters of daily living. This type of concept fosters an environment where each individual’s needs are respected and met.
Staten Island Friendship Clubs
The Staten Island Friendship Clubs consists of six (6) centers, which addresses Senior Citizen need throughout Staten Island. These centers are located in: Arrochar; Berry Houses; Great Kills; Mount Loretto; New Dorp Beach; and Todt Hill. The centers are open from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. servicing the needs of over 3500 seniors enrolled in our program.
To assist their transportation needs we service them by a fleet of ten (10) buses. At the centers we provide various activities (Bingo, cards, pool, ceramics, etc) and serve approximately 5,875 meals (breakfast and lunch) per week. They are funded under a contract with the NYC Department of the Aging as part of the older Americans Act Program administrated by the NYS office for the Aging.