Elders Living at Home Program
Improving Quality of Life and Preventing Homelessness
Since its inception in 1986, the Elders Living at Home Program has primarily focused on improving the quality of life of vulnerable elders and preventing homelessness. While the program has expanded into Emergency Shelter and helping homeless elders find housing, stabilization remains at the program's core.
The stabilization component of this program involves our providing wraparound supportive services to elders with a history of homelessness and those whose chronic disabilities put them at risk for losing their housing and becoming homeless.
Services We Provide Directly to Newly-housed Elders and Elders at Risk of Becoming Homeless
- Intensive Case Management
- Nursing Assessments
- Home Monitoring
- Medication Management
- Crisis Intervention
We Also Make Referrals to Other Agencies for Additional Necessary Services.
- Physicians, Visiting Nurses and Home Health Aids
- Representative Payee Services
- Legal Services
- Immigration Assistance
- Meals on Wheels
- Day Programs
- And many others...
To qualify, applicants must be at least 62 years of age, formerly homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, and willing to accept stabilization services.
To apply, download a referral form (PDF).
For more information, please contact the Elders Living at Home Program at 617.638.6139.