Programs and Services

Kenny Residence

The Individualized Care Facility Program is a specialized 24-hour facility that provides services to our more challenged Individuals. Individuals receive daily full time nursing, physical and speech therapy, community integration along with other services that address their specific needs.

Vocational Training Program

We seek and develop competitive employment opportunities in the community for young adults with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities.  We provide job training and coaching, assess vocational skills, problem solving and more. Based on individual assessments, services are provided to improve skills and prepare for employment in the community. 

Anderson avenue senior center

The programs provide nutritious meals, exercise, art and culture programs, recreational activities, and health services to Staten Islanders age 60+.  Meals are healthy and made fresh.  Transportation to the centers is provided upon availability.  Social Service Case Assistance is offered to members to help maintain benefits, services and resources.

120 Anderson Avenue, SI, NY 10302

(718) 448-5757

Mon – Fri, 7am – 3pm

 

Day Habilitation

Our program provides services and opportunities to recent graduates, and other young adults with developmental disabilities. The program is affiliated with Sea View Hospital, and Meals on Wheels. Many of the Individual participants have achieved significant personal growth and have moved on to paid employment with various businesses in the community.

Friendship club

Located on our campus, the Friendship Club services the Senior Community of Staten Island 5 days a week and hosts events such as bingo as well as other activities for seniors. 

 

 

 

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Case Management Services

The Case Management program of CCSI helps individuals, families and senior citizens to maintain basic life necessities such as housing, food, heat/electricity, health care, etc.  We accomplish this by: Advocating for clients, Providing information & making referrals, Helping to understand and navigate the complex system of public benefits, Helping to complete applications, Providing emergency food, Applying for relief grants

For assistance please call (718)-447-6330, Ext. 2892

Residential alternatives

The Individualized Residential Alternative is a community residence model that allows our Individuals to live as integral members of the community.These residences provide 24 hours protection and oversight. A Clinical Team along with skilled staff supports our Individuals with their dreams and aspirations. 

after school programs

Children with autism and other developmental disabilities between the ages of 7 to 17 years receive various services at this program. There is an intellectual and adaptive skills development curriculum that is also applied to Individuals with mobility challenges

West Brighton Senior Center

The programs provide nutritious meals, exercise, art and culture programs, recreational activities, and health services to Staten Islanders age 60+.  Meals are healthy and made fresh.  Transportation to the centers is provided upon availability.  Social Service Case Assistance is offered to members to help maintain benefits, services and resources.

230 Broadway, SI, NY 10310

(718) 727-9793

Mon – Fri, 8am – 4pm

Also Located On Our Campus

Carl’s Recovery Center is a Free Resource Center at Mount Loretto for those struggling with addiction.

Food Truck Festival At The Mount

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