Service Coordinators may often be involved in creating new services or educational programs, advocating for residents, working with resident councils to improve the development's community life, assisting with community outreach, and keeping current on aging issues.  The Service Coordinator is responsible for assuring that elderly residents, especially those who are frail or at risk, and those non-elderly residents with disabilities are linked to the specific supportive services they need to continue living independently in that development.

Examples of services provided to participants include: homemaker-household chores, meal preparation, transportation, home health care, legal service referral, supportive devices, and prostheses, recreation-social opportunities, volunteerism and adult day care. Services are provided based on the needs of the community.

Eligible participants must live in public housing. They must be at least 62 years old or disabled. Service Coordination is an amenity provided in our communities designated for Elderly and Disabled tenants.