Basic Needs & Assistance
We can help you apply for benefits like SSI, SSDI, food stamps, and HEAP so you can live independently. Learn more about our Benefits Advocacy Program.
Gain control over your home health care and personal assistance. Learn more about our Consumer-Directed Personal Assistance Program.
The goal of this program is to provide ongoing rental subsidies to Medicaid users who have frequent hospitalizations. Learn more about the Rapid Transition Housing Program.
Information and referrals to community programs and services that meet your needs. Learn more about our Information & Referral Program.
Receive information about community-based services. Living in a nursing home is not your only option. Gain information from our Nursing Home Outreach.
Supports to help seniors and people with disabilities transition or avoid moving into a nursing home. Learn more about Nursing Home Transition & Diversion.
Advocating for the health, safety, welfare, and civil rights of people living in nursing homes and adult care facilities Learn more about our Ombudsman Program.
Giving parents and care givers a much-needed break to run errands, or just recharge. Learn more about our Respite Program.
Our brokers can help you design, manage, and self-direct support services to meet your needs and help you reach your goals. Learn more about Self-Direction.
We can help guide your family through the Office for People with Disabilities (OPWDD) eligibility and application process. Learn more Service Access Coordination.
We help people with Traumatic Brain Injuries live independently in the community. Learn more about our Traumatic Brain Injury Program.
Supports to help seniors and people with disabilities transition ti a more independent life style. Learn more about the Nursing Home peer Services and Support.