Help for Persons with Disabilities
Community Support Services are designed to help persons with disabilities remain independent in their own homes and fully participate in their community.
What are Community Services?
SECC’s Community Services are a collection of programs and services that help seniors and persons with disabilities remain independent in their own homes and fully participate in their community.
“I am so grateful to the loving people at SECC, the patience they have, and all the creative things they do.”
Meals on Wheels
Hot, nutritionally balanced meals are available Monday through Friday. They are delivered to your door by volunteers.
Our program provides affordable door-to-door transportation including service to Windsor and across Essex County. Travel for appointments, socializing, errands, shopping, volunteering, or visiting friends and family.
Adult Day Program
This program is a supervised day service providing social, recreational, and personal support to clients and respite, information, and referral services for their caregivers.
Security Check and Friendly Visitation
Caring, trained volunteers provide telephone reassurance calls or in-home visits to determine individual well-being, promote social connectedness and report concerns for follow-up by SECC staff.
In 1973, a group of concerned citizens had a vision to create a community sponsored agency that would address the various needs of the people of South Essex. The vision and efforts of two individuals mobilized the communities of South Essex to create the South Essex Community Council. The leadership of Father G.H. Duchene and JoAnne Fillimore shaped the work of SECC as a collaborative community-based, multi-service agency.