The Medina County Senior Services Network (MCSSN) was established in 1994 by a small group of dedicated individuals who set out to develop, coordinate and act as advocates for a community of care network here in Medina County.
Over the years, MCSSN has evolved into a group with over 100 members and organizations with one common mission, "To develop and coordinate network of care and resources for older adults in Medina County." For nearly twenty years, we have done this through networking, sharing ideas, and more recently the publication of The Source.
Our members include the following types of products and services: Adult day care, adult protective services, alcohol & drug abuse treatment & education programs, Alzheimer’s and memory care agencies, ambulance and transportation services, assisted living facilities, bereavement counselors, case management, dialysis, 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 and others concerned with the welfare of Medina County seniors.
MCSSN’s first resource guide was produced in 1996. This publication was in response to a growing need for a comprehensive guide of services for senior citizens in Medina County. This need has now grown and become greater and, much like MCSSN, our guide has evolved into what it is today.
It is our hope that The Source, our resource guide, provides you an easy format to navigate and find the products and services that you need. Click the graphic to the left to view The Source and learn more about our members.
Interested in joining the MCSSN? Click here for more details about our organization and to get your application.
Our group meets monthly at different members' locations. Click here for a meeting schedule and more information. See our Board Members and Committee Chairs below.
Deb Poland, Chair
Faith in Action Medina County Caregivers
Jim Bechtold, Co-Chair
Always Best Care
Dan Kiousis, Treasurer
Willowood Care Center
Tom Kemsuzian, Co-Treasurer
Dorman Farrell Comprehensive Financial Services
Mary Raitano, Secretary
Info Line’s Lifeline Program
Lori Miner, Co-Secretary
Willowood Care Center
MCSSN Committees and Chairpersons
Education Jim Koewler, The Koewler Law Firm
Membership Marie Mirro Edmonds
Client Services Gail Foreman, Emeritus at Medina
Ad Hoc Laura Toth, Medina Office of Older Adults