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Senior Companion Program


* Connects volunteer seniors with elderly individuals in their community who would in many cases have to move to a nursing home if they did not have this one-to-one support.
  • Companions primarily provide in-home friendship and companionship, but also can alert doctors and family members to potential problems, assist with shopping and meal preparation, and provide respite services¬†to family members and caregivers.

Eligibility: Senior Companions must be 55 and over. Any older adult is eligible to receive companion services.

Application Process: Call for appointment.

Required Documentation: Proof of Income required for Companions; No documents needed for Clients.

Fees: No fee for service.

Cayuga, Madison and Onondaga Counties.

InterFaith Works of Central New York

InterFaith Works of Central New York,affirms the dignity of each person and every faith community, promotes racial justice and religious equity, and builds relationships and understanding among us.

1010 James Street
Syracuse NY 13203

Website: www.interfaithworkscny.org

Hours: M-F 8:30AM-5:00PM


315-449-3552 ext. 203 (Program Coordinator)

Email: ttracy@ifwcny.org

Website: www.interfaithworkscny.org/programs/s . . . es-program

1010 James Street
Syracuse NY 13203


Toma Tracy
Senior Companion Program Coordinator
315-449-3552 ext. 203


Spanish, Russian, others as needed., Spanish, Russian

This program is offered at this site:

InterFaith Works of Central New York

Main Address:

1010 James Street

Syracuse NY 13203


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