Our Services

For Older & Vulnerable Adults

Independence with dignity…that’s what Catholic Family Center’s (CFC) services for older and vulnerable adults are all about. With the right supports, older adult clients are able to stay in their own homes and out of costly nursing home care; vulnerable adults are protected by legal guardianship services and/or budget & bill paying oversight.

With CFC, you, your family, your caregivers…will all have the peace of mind that comes from knowing high quality support services are delivered by dedicated staff.

Services for Older & Vulnerable Adults

To learn more about each service please use the navigation menu on the left.

Overview of Our Services

Eldersource Care Coordinator (a Collaboration of CFC and Lifespan)

Funded by New York State, Monroe County & United Way


  • One-stop in-person source for long term care and senior services information;
  • In-home assessment by geriatric care managers
  • Advocacy to access community resources (a shared service of CFC and Lifespan)
  • Educational presentations about issues affecting older adults.

EISEP (Expanded In-home Services for the Elderly Program)

Funded by New York State, Monroe County & United Way


  • State regulated case management service for eligible residents in Monroe County
  • In-home assessment of needs by skilled case managers who then link clients to appropriate services and monitor those services on an on-going basis;
  • Subsidized housekeeping including light cleaning, laundry and meal preparation, personal care including bathing, dressing & grooming.

Financial Management


  • Management of vulnerable individuals' SS/SSD/SSI income through establishment of a budget and arranging for bill payments through the Representative Payee Service or when approved as trustee;
  • Performance of all personal/property responsibilities of a legal guardian (as detailed by order of the court system).

NYS Kinship Navigator

  • The Kinship Navigator is a statewide program specially designed to provide an information and referral network for kinship caregivers across all of New York State.
  • A kinship caregiver is a grandparent, relative or family friend who is a full time caregiver of a child that is not biologically their own.

STAR (Support to Aging Residents)

Funded by New York State, Monroe County & United Way


  • Transportation to medical appointments and other essential appointments; Grocery shopping;Prescription pick-up;
  • Banking, chores, friendly visiting, errands, visits to loved ones;
  • Home repairs & maintenance (HomeWorks-which connects members to network of approved home repair and maintenance providers); and
  • Services provided by a unique blend of trained volunteers and paid staff.
  • Spanish, Arabic, Nepali speaking staff

Services for Older Refugges Program (SORP)

  • Provides case management for refugees over 60 years old. If you are aware of an older refugee needing assistance, please contact us.