Supportive Services & Care Management
Our in-home and community-based services are available to all who meet the eligibility criteria without regard to race, ancestry, national origin, language, religion, gender identity or sexual orientation.
Elder Independence is Our Focus
Home Care Program
Provides supportive services that will help an elder remain safely in the community. To qualify, individuals must be sixty or older, meet financial eligibility, and have specific unmet care needs.
Senior Nutrition Program
If an elder is homebound and unable to prepare a meal, they can receive Meals on Wheels delivered to their homes.
Long Term Care Screening
Our Health Services Unit provides required screening for individuals seeking Medicaid reimbursed services such as nursing home care, adult day health programs or other community-based services.
Options Counseling is a short-term decision support process to assist consumers of any income (elders age 60 or older, or individuals over the age of 18 with any disability) and their family members, caregivers and/or significant others in making an informed choice about long term services, supports, and setting.
Family Caregiver Support Program
Strives to support and promote the ability of caregivers to continue in their caregiving role by helping them to make informed decisions, solve problems, and reduce stress.
Money Management Program
Money Managers assist income-eligible seniors aged sixty or older who may be at risk of losing their independence due to their failure to pay rent, utility or other basis bills on time.
Congregate Housing at Hansen Village
Congregate housing offers affordable and supportive shared living arrangements for adults over 60 or living with a disability as an alternative to premature nursing or rest home placement.
Senior Care Options (Managed Care for MassHealth Enrollees)
The Senior Care Options (SCO) program is a Mass Health Program that covers all services reimbursable under Medicare and MassHealth through a senior care organization and its network of providers. The goal of the Senior Care Options programs is to help their consumers remain in the community as independently as possible.