Salvation Army

Senior Services – Social Day

The Salvation Army Senior Services provides a continuum of community-based non-residential services to help eligible adults and seniors maintain a high degree of independence, reduce isolation, with the main focus on keeping individuals in the community. The Salvation Army Senior Services department is comprised of several different programs, including the senior day center, community outreach, and within the last two years the addition of the Pathways to Independence program which supports individuals transitioning from nursing homes to community settings. The senior center serves well and frail seniors as well as older adults with developmental disabilities. The outreach programs serve individuals age 60 and over. The Pathways to Independence program serves older adults as well as adults with disabilities. The programs refer to each other allowing The Salvation Army to provide a continuum of services for individuals by offering case management, support and advocacy services, housing assistance which are all designed to provide adults with developmental disabilities, adults with disabilities, and older adults and their caregivers with linkages to mainstream and community-based resources. All of the programs are designed with the goal of maximizing levels of physical and emotional health and well-being.