Senior Partnership Services

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Senior Partnership Services is a grant-based program designed to provide services for residents of Putnam County aged 55 and over who are struggling with mental health or substance use issues.  We provide assessments, short-term therapy, and care management to promote individual recovery and wellness.  Our goal is to help individuals improve their quality of life and to foster hope by addressing symptoms, providing quality, person-centered care, and assisting with connections to community resources. 

This service provides quality care in your home or other convenient location...and is free of cost.  No insurance or payments means are required. 


We offer free:

  • Community-based or home-based therapy
  • Care management services
  • Peer and recovery coaching

We also assist individuals to connect with community resources that can assist them with their needs. 


In order to be eligible for these services, you must be:

  • aged 55 and over
  • a Putnam County resident
  • struggling with a mental health or substance use issue
  • agreeable to accepting help


For more information or to make a referral:

  • Contact Diane Lotto, LMSW - Team Leader at (845) 225-2700 X216
  • Download our brochure






Who Are We?

Senior Partnership Services is a partnership between three agencies in Putnam County:  Putnam Family & Community Services, The Putnam County Office for Senior Resources, and the National Council on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies (NCADD).  These organizations have come together to provide services tailored for the growing population of older adults in Putnam County.  Our team is comprised of a licensed social worker, a peer care manager, a recovery coach, a registered nurse and a consulting psychiatrist.