Reaching Resources connects seniors with aging resources in Hamilton County.
This program is a resource guide, advocate, and support for older adults in Hamilton County. Reaching Resources is the hub for all things relating to aging in our community. The goals of the program are to prevent isolation, improve quality of life, and help maintain independence.
How Reaching Resources Works
A Reaching Resources Coordinator will meet one on one with an older adult in their home to complete a comprehensive intake assessment on both needs and strengths today, as well as planning for the next three to five years. Caregivers are encouraged to attend the intake meeting. The Reaching Resources Coordinator will ask questions regarding physical health, current supports, financial status, specific requests, and other potential needs.
Then, the Reaching Resources Coordinator will assist the senior with action plan goals. The Reaching Resources Coordinator has up to date and accurate information about the resources, programs, and services for seniors in Hamilton County. They will help seniors with the improved referral process and connect them directly with the resource. Furthermore, they will be able to proactively identify needs during the intake interview to help determine what other services and resources the senior may benefit from in their area.
To receive assistance through Reaching Resources, you must be 55+ and live in Hamilton County.
If you or someone you know would benefit from connecting with a Reaching Resources Coordinator, contact us today.
Reaching Resources Collaborators
Reaching Resources serves as a central communication point for organizations serving the aging population in Hamilton County. Through this new program, several senior-serving organizations joined together to improve how we help older adults in our community. While Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County houses this program, it is only possible through the help of all our collaborators working together.
Reaching Resources Funding Partners
Reaching Resources began and is currently funded by the Community Leadership Initiative of the Legacy Fund
We also appreciate the support of the following funding partners: