Serving South Fulton County, Georgia, South Fulton Senior Services, Inc. (SFSS) proudly serves as a vessel to bridge the gap between the senior adult, business community and the general public.
In order to meet the growing demand for aging services, South Fulton Senior Services, Inc. was created along with two other non-profits as the brain child of the Fulton County Office of Aging in an effort to decentralize services and make them more accessible to all resident adults sixty (60) years of age or older residing in Fulton County.
The agency proposes to meet this challenge with well organized, structural options, activities and services geared toward sustaining seniors within the community with dignity and independence as presented on this website. Services such as, Meals on Wheels (MOW), Personal Care, Fitness for Life, Tax Preparation, Computer Courses and Travel, etc. to name a few are made available to communities located South of the City limits of Atlanta.
The mission of the South Fulton Senior Services, Inc. (SFSS) is to provide a range of services and activities promoting wellness, wholeness and self-sufficiency for adults sixty (60) years of age or older who reside in South Fulton County, Ga. South Fulton Senior Services, Inc., is a 501 (c ) 3 non-profit organization created in July 1991. The Agency currently provides over 4000 Case Management Units of service annually and serves as a steward for four (4) Neighborhood Senior Centers located in South Fulton County.
Funding for SFSS is provided in part by the U.S. Government, Georgia Department of Human Services, Fulton County Board of Commissioners, Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC), Corporate and Private Donations.
SFSS functions in order to assist eligible seniors achieve maximum independence in their own places of residence for as long as prudently possible. In order to mitigate the challenges posed by diminishing function, lifestyle changes and other circumstances requiring intervention services, customers are connected with existing title III services (Home Delivered Meals, In-Home Services and Medical Transportation) to satisfy unmet needs.
The agency facilitates client access to community resources, interface as liaisons, coordinate services, and monitor changes in care to produce cost-effective alternatives to admission in long-term care facilities.