Message from Vincent W. Colonno, Chief Executive Officer

Right now, we are grieving – grieving for George Floyd, for Ahmaud Arbery, for Breonna Taylor, for Michael Brown and for countless others who’ve been victimized by racial violence.
 
At Catholic Charities, we denounce racism, violence and hatred. It is a part of our mission to respond to and empower all persons, regardless of race, creed or lifestyle, and to advocate for a just society.
 
We stand with the members of our community who are actively speaking out against racism and who are taking steps to educate and advocate against racism in our country. We believe we can make a difference, but we must continue to be vigilant in addressing racial injustices.
 
We understand that many of you are upset, frustrated, and fearful. Please know that we are with you and we are here for you, especially our black and brown community members, staff, volunteers, and friends. Together, we must build a stronger and better community.
 
Take Care, Stay Safe, and God Bless,
 
 

How are Agency Program & Services Affected by Coronavirus?

At Catholic Charities Senior & Caregiver Support Services, we strive to provide older adults and caretakers with the tools they need to live fulfilled and independent lives. In the wake of the new coronavirus, older adults in our communities are increasingly vulnerable and many need our services now more than ever.

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Community Support Aids in Safety & Social Distancing to Keep Seniors Fed

A huge thank you to Price Chopper/Market32 and 4Imprint for their recent generous donations of plastic bags to support the Agency's Meals on Wheels Program.  This community involvement aids in the Agency’s efforts to keep employees and clients safe while maintaining social distancing for seniors who rely on meal deliveries in their homes. 

Caregiver Support Program - Thank you

Catholic Charities Senior & Caregiver Support Services is once again pleased to announce that the agency received a generous grant from the Leon J. Goldberg Charitable Foundation to benefit the Caregiver Support Program.  We are so grateful to the Foundation for their continued support and for their commitment to Alzheimer's-related programs.

Wheelchair Ramp Program for Local Homeowners through Habitat for Humanity of Schenectady County, Inc.

Ramp Up is a program created and run by Habitat for Humanity of Schenectady County that gives qualified local homeowners the opportunity to have a wheelchair ramp built by volunteers at virtually no cost to the homeowner. Ramp Up is funded by the incredibly generous support of IUE-CWA who show their continued dedication with every ramp constructed to building a stronger community where every homeowner is able to easily access their own home.  Do you or a homeowner you know need a wheelchair ramp? Go to http://schenectadyhabitat.org/rampup/ to complete an online application.  For more information, call 518.395.3412. 

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Aging Life Services Program

Aging Life Services Program

Caregiver Support Services Program

Caregiver Support Services Program

Health Insurance Information, Counseling & Assistance Program

Health Insurance Information, Counseling & Assistance Program

Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

Meals On Wheels Program

Meals On Wheels Program

Senior Dining Services

Senior Dining Services

Transportation Program

Transportation Program


Catholic Charities Senior & Caregiver Support Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing services to seniors and caregivers.

Catholic Charities Senior & Caregiver Support Services

1462 Erie Boulevard, 2nd Floor
Schenectady, NY 12305

Phone: (518) 372-5667
Fax: (518) 372-5686
Voice/Speech Relay: 711
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