The Only and Most Comprehensive
Senior Services Resource in Medina County OH

More than 22,000 Medina County households are home to a person over the age of 60 years old. This website, and its free companion print directory MCSSN Senior Solutions, are tailored to the specific needs and interests of older adults and their families, featuring services, facilities and guidance professionals.

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Aging gracefully and aging-in-place with dignity and self-determination is the mission of the not-for-profit organization, Medina County Senior Services Network (MCSSN), dedicated to advocacy and care for older adults.

Comprised of northeast Ohio area care givers, in-home and at assisted living facilities, medical and non-medical facilitators and service providers, home and health service professionals, local-state-national older adult agencies and consulting services, all have a special concern for the well-being of older adults.

MCSSN membership is diverse, attracting professionals who provide agency, goods and services tailored to older adults’ variety of lifestyles and needs, including (but not limited to) the following categories.

Caregivers/providers who want to meet more professionals who, like you, care for older adults – become a MCSSN member!

  • Adult day care
  • Adult protective services
  • Aging in place
  • Alcohol & drug abuse treatment & education programs
  • Alzheimer’s and memory care agencies
  • Ambulance and transportation services
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Bereavement counselors
  • Case management
  • Dental Care
  • Companionship & chore services
  • Counseling services
  • Durable medical equipment suppliers
  • Education providers
  • Emergency services
  • Financial consultants
  • 55+ residences
  • Governmental agencies
  • Home care
  • Home delivered meals
  • Home health care
  • Hospice
  • Hospitals
  • Independent living
  • Insurance specialists
  • Law enforcement
  • Nursing homes
  • Oxygen system providers
  • Personal emergency response systems
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Recreation centers
  • Senior centers
  • Skilled nursing & therapy providers
  • Social service organizations
  • Others concerned with the welfare of Medina County seniors

Who refers to the MCSSN resource guide?

I was wondering if you have a copy [of the resource guide] that can be sent to me. My wife and I are looking to move into your area and any information that we can get sure would be helpful. I am a retired teacher and my wife will be after next year. Any help you can give us on housing, jobs and anything else will really be appreciated. Thank you.

Bob P, Wilson, KS

I’m writing because I came across your page while searching for information on how to take care of an aging grandparent at home for a student of mine. The resources you have are very helpful and I just wanted to thank you because it’s made this process a lot easier. Thanks again!

Debbie R.

We have been looking for resources to refer our patients to. We have a large population of older patients and want to serve them to the best of our abilities. We are requesting several copies of The Source to have available in our lobby. Thank you.

Amanda C, Family Practice Center of Wadsworth

I am a Cleveland Clinic social worker. Many of our patients are in Medina County. Please put me on your mailing list to receive a resource guide. Thank you.

Amy L, Cleveland Clinic Social Worker

I am resource specialist from the Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging. I would like to have copies of The Source to better help seniors in the Medina County area.

Tim K, Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging