HACC Human Services seeks to develop partnerships to develop a comprehensive senior strategy which allows seniors to age in place and transfer to more supported living if they are no longer able to care for themselves independently.
- Seniors will have increased opportunity to participate in social / recreational activities.
- Seniors will be linked to nutrition programs.
- Seniors will be linked to health services including case management housekeeping, and home making. Seniors who qualify will also be linked to skilled care such as physical therapy, speech therapy, nursing assistance, and or in-home doctor visits.
HACC Human Services will seek to create partnerships to ensure seniors have a smooth transition to alternative living should they no longer be able to care for themselves independently.
For more information about services for the elderly in your area click here or for assistance, please contact the HACC’s Resident Coordinator below.
Kenneth Atkins (Senior and Scattered Site Resident Coordinator)
The Central Information and Referral Network is a point of entry for information, case assessment, emergency assistance, advocacy, linkage and/or referral to appropriate Catholic Charities programs or external community resources. Services are available to Spanish-speaking callers.
For more information about Catholic Charities, please call (312) 655-7700 or click here.
Community and Economic Development Association (CEDA)
CEDA serves 240,000 Cook County residents annually. Over forty programs and services are offered in the areas of child and family development, health and nutrition services, senior citizen programs, economic development, employment and job training, housing services, education services and community development.
To determine if you are eligible for CEDA programming, please click the following link and check income and family size requirements: CEDA Programs for Suburban Cook County
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