Senior Services Programs

Multipurpose Senior
Services Program (MSSP)

Multi Purpose Senior Services Program

Serves medically isolated, frail adults 65 +.  Case management services and

in-home services are arranged to assist clients with daily living needs and teach them how to live healthier and more active lives. 

Currently all clients are being served via telephone.  New clients are still being referred. 

San Joaquin County

Title III Services

Seniors 60+ receive services such as:

-Homemaker Program

-Respite Care

-Personal Care

Participants are contacted weekly, via telephone,  to determine needs, and then connect them with resources.  

San Joaquin County

Title III
Services

Homecoming Project

Hospital-to-home service that bridges the gap between a hospital discharge and a strong recovery. Transitional Care Specialists help patients secure arrangements to medical appointments and links patient to resources related to health and well being. 

For the protection for our clients and staff, at this time all interviews with clients will be done by phone.

San Joaquin County

Homecoming 
Project

Homemaker Program

Provides bi-weekly service visits performing light housekeeping, meal preparation and assistance with errands for seniors so they can remain living safely and independently in their homes.

.

Stanislaus County

Homemaker 
Program

Long Term Care Ombudsman

Trained, state certified staff and volunteers who advocate for the quality of life and care for our residents in skilled nursing homes, residential care home and long term care facilities

Stanislaus County 

Mother Lode

Long Term Care
Ombudsman Program

Transportation Program

Provides seniors 60 years and older and those 55 years and older with disabilities with assisted transportation throughout the county.  Priority is given for medical appointments and grocery shopping.

San Joaquin County

Stanislaus County

Transportation Program

Stanislaus County

Representative Payee Program

Assists seniors in paying bills and managing their Social Security and/or Supplementary Security Income monthly benefits. 

Clients are still be assisted via telephone, and bills are being paid normally. 

Representative
Payee Program

Stanislaus County

Provides outreach and advocacy on behalf of seniors and dependent adults.  Collaborates with community partners to provide educational workshops aimed at helping seniors to avoid becoming a victim and helping victims

Stanislaus Elder Abuse Prevention Alliance
(SEAPA)

Elder Abuse Prevention Program 

Elder Abuse Prevention and Mandated Reporting Training offered to those that work with elders in any capacity about elder abuse and how to report suspected abuse. 


To schedule a training at your

business or agency please call

The Mother Lode Office

of Catholic Charities at

209-532-7632

Mother Lode

Elder Abuse Prevention Program