Senior Services

Did you know that people over the age of 65 have the highest suicide rate of any age group?

Since 1936, Family and Community Services has been providing direct services to low income and vulnerable seniors and is currently the largest provider of non-residential senior services in the City of Chicago.


SPECIFIC SERVICES FOR SENIORS: Increasing the capacity of seniors to meet their needs, acheive their goals and enhance their quality of life.

Intensive Case Advocacy and Support: In home support for frail and at-risk seniors who need extra help in order to remain in their homes.

Housing Assistance: Case management and support to help seniors (ages 60 and older) facing a housing crisis find safe, decent, and affordable housing in Chicago.

Chore Services: Short-term and heavy duty services provided to low income seniors (ages 60 and older) allowing them recover from a temporary illness/ hospitalization and to live safely and independently in their homes.

Learn more about our senior services here


These services are sponsored by:

The Chicago Department of Family and Support Services – Senior Services Division

The Illinois Department on Aging