St. Alexius Outreach Hospitality at Home

Hospitality at Home is a presence-based ministry sustained by committed and caring volunteers offering friendship and supportive services to assist in the alleviation of isolation and loneliness of seniors age 70 and older. As the program continues to develop, we are finding that the least of the least from this population are often those who struggle with self-neglect. Therefore, we work directly with agencies, such as Adult Protective Services and CREVAA, to identify individuals who can benefit from our program. Within this program, we also offer special treats for birthdays and other holidays as well as a volunteer-based home maintenance program to assist with light household repairs in partnership with the Jewish Federation. We are a referral-based ministry but please feel free to reach out if you need support in identifying resources for yourself or a loved one. 

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Hospitality at Home FAQs

  • What are the referral criteria?

    • 70 years of age or older​

    • Lives alone in Hamilton County

    • Experiencing isolation and/or loneliness

    • Willing to receive calls

    • Agrees to release of information by referring agency

  • Can I refer myself or somebody I know? 

    • Currently, we primarily accept referrals from Adult Protective Services(APS) and Collaborative Response to Elder and Vulnerable Adult Abuse (CREVAA) as well as some additional community agencies, but you are welcome to reach out if you have a question about our services. 

  • When should I make a report to Adult Protective Services? 

    • Any person who has reasonable cause to suspect that an adult has suffered abuse, neglect or exploitation shall report this to authorities.

    • It is a misdemeanor for any person to knowingly fail to make a report of abuse, neglect or exploitation; punishable by not more than twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500) or imprisoned for not more than eleven (11) months and twenty-nine (29) days or both.

    • Any persons reporting suspected abuse, neglect or exploitation are immune from civil or criminal liability.