Senior Services provide programs in Greene County that allow older adults, age 60 or over, to age in place, and be active in their communities. We deliver diverse services intended to enhance quality of life for older adults, and provide respite to caregivers. This project is funded, in part, by the Southwestern Pennsylvania Area Agency on Aging, Inc., the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, and Greene County United Way.
Care Management involves trained caseworkers who interview consumers in Greene County in their home to assess their needs which may include home-delivered meals, in-home services, adult day care, PACE assistance, energy assistance or rent/tax rebates.
Ombudsman is a “citizen representative” for older adults in Greene County who addresses complaints and acts as an advocate for residents who have issues concerning care being received in long-term care settings.
Senior Centers play a vital role in Greene County in helping older adults maintain a healthy and active lifestyle by providing access to community resources and services.