Senior Care Resource

Based on conversations with healthcare leaders across the US, there is an increasing amount of families navigating their loved ones through elderly related health issues for the first time. The common challenge families voice is that they want to help but don’t know when to intervene and how best to support them. As you know, health changes can be gradual and subtly compound on one another, making it difficult for families to make informed decisions based on the true needs of their loved ones.

Here is a free resource that provides comprehensive information on care options that are available in the greater New York area, as well as an assessment that can help identify early warning signs of health decline.

Archdiocese of New York: Misconduct Reporting

Anyone who needs to report an alleged incident of sexual abuse of a minor by a priest, deacon, religious, or lay person serving in the Archdiocese of New York is asked to contact Sister Eileen Clifford, O.P., at 212. 371.1000 x. 2949 or Deacon George J. Coppola at 917-861-1762.

Both may be reached via e-mail at: victimassistance@archny.org.

Information can also be found on the Archdiocesan website.

In keeping with the Archdiocesan policy regarding sexual abuse of minors, this information is provided to ensure that our children remain safe and secure.

The Archdiocese of New York takes the stewardship of your donations and its resources seriously.

If you have knowledge of financial misconduct or suspect that it might be occurring, please report your concerns via a toll free hotline, to: 877-820-0541, or online at reportlineweb.com. Both are available 24 hours per day.