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Programs & Services
Home Delivered Meals
Home delivered meals can be provided on a temporary or long term basis, five days per week, for homebound seniors. Please call one of our three centers to make arrangements that fit your needs.
Adult Day Care Program
Adult day care provides companionship and stimulation for the frail elderly and Alzheimer's participants as well as respite, information, referrals, and support groups for caregivers. Services are available at the Hampton Bays Senior Center, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. A continental breakfast and hot lunch are served daily. Transportation can be provided.
Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly Program & Helping Hands Program
Southampton Town provides services through the Catholic Homecare. These are programs that provide services for seniors who need assistance with cleaning, shopping, laundry, errands, and friendly visiting.
Residential Repair Program
The Town of Southampton offers a residential repair program for residents age 60 and over, who are owners or renters. This program provides household assistance with chores that do not require the skills of a licensed craftsman. This is not an emergency service. Call 631-728-1235 for a list of repairs provided and to schedule an appointment.
The Town of Southampton Essential Services / Handicapped Transportation Program is designed to aid homebound persons and non-driving residents of the township with transportation to and from such basic essential services as shopping, banking, non-emergency medical visits, visits to governmental agencies, and hospital visitation of a sick spouse. The service is available weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Advance reservations are required. For further information please call the shuttle office at 631-728-1110.
Vial of Life Program
The Vial of Life program is a free program designed for seniors and individuals with serious medical conditions to provide pertinent medical information to emergency personnel who respond to home emergencies. A Vial of Life contains the medical history needed by the responding emergency personnel, such as existing medical conditions, allergies, and medications currently being taken.
Vial of Life participants complete a Medical Information Form that is then placed on the refrigerator. A Vial of Life decal is then placed on the front door in plain view for emergency personnel to alert them that medical information is located inside the home.
To obtain your Vial of Life packet, call 631-728-1235 for further information.
OLAF - Online Learning And Fun
When COVID hit, everything stopped. Senior Services realized WE couldn't stop because being isolated and having nothing to do is not a good combination! Soooo, every Friday our Recreation Program Planner researches and creates a weekly Online Learning And Fun aka OLAF newsletter. If you would like to be put on our email list please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org