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California State Treasurer Fiona Ma's Resource List for Older Adults
Last updated: 8/20/2020
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Category (Federal, State, Local, Private, Nonprofit)Agency/CompanyProgram NameWebsiteProgram SummaryContact PersonContact EmailPhone Number
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FederalU.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)Housing Resources for Seniorshttps://www.hud.gov/states/california/homeownership/seniorsHUD provides resources to help seniors with housing needs, including programs to make it easier for seniors to stay in their homes.
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FederalSenior Medicare PatrolCOVID-19 Fraudhttps://www.smpresource.org/Content/Medicare-Fraud/Fraud-Schemes/COVID-19-Fraud.aspxThe Senior Medicare Patrol educates senior citizens on how to prevent, detect, and report health care fraud, errors, and abuse.1-855-613-7080
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LocalSan Diego CountyCOVID-19 Programs, Services, and Resources: Older Adults and Adults Living With Disabilitieshttps://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/hhsa/programs/ais/community-resources-for-older-adults-during-covid-190.htmlSan Diego County's Aging and Independent Services provides resources and information to help seniors and persons with disabilities find the right support during the COVID-19 outbreak.COVID-AIS@sdcounty.ca.gov800-339-4661
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LocalLos Angeles CountyWorkforce Development Aging & Community Services (WDACS)https://wdacs.lacounty.gov/WDACS provides services to help seniors with food resources, provide job assistance, and other services in LA County
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LocalSanta Clara CountyDepartment of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS)https://www.sccgov.org/sites/ssa/about_us/daas/Pages/about_daas.aspxDAAS provides services to help seniors with food resources and services care, along with other services, in Santa Clara County(408) 755-7600
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LocalAlameda CountyAging and Adult Services Departmenthttp://www.alamedasocialservices.org/public/services/elders_and_disabled_adults/area_agency_on_aging.cfmThe Alameda County Aging and Adult Services Department provides services and resources for senior citizens in Alameda County. 510-577-1900
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LocalContra Costa CountyArea Agency on Aginghttps://ehsd.org/elderly-disabled/area-agency-on-aging/The Contra Costa County Area Agency on Aging provides services and resources for senior citizens in Contra Costa County
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LocalSan Francisco Department of Disability and Aging ServicesCOVID-19 Updates for Older Adults and People with Disabilitieshttps://www.sfhsa.org/services/protection-safety/emergency-preparedness-and-assistance/hsa-coronavirus-updates/covid-19San Francisco’s Department of Disability and Aging Services (DAS) helps older adults and adults with disabilities have access to food, home care, social engagement, and other essential support in response to COVID-19.(415) 355-6700
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LocalCity and County of San FranciscoGet Help for Seniors and People with Disabilitieshttps://sf.gov/information/get-help-seniors-and-people-disabilitiesThis website provides resources for home care, transportation, and community connections during the coronavirus outbreak.
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LocalKern CountyKern County Aging and Adult Serviceshttps://www.kerncounty.com/government/aging-adult-services/servicesThe Kern County Aging and Adult Services provides resources and services for senior citizens in Kern County(661) 868-1000
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LocalSan Joaquin County Human Services AgencyAging and Community Serviceshttp://www.sjchsa.org/Services/Aging-and-Community-ServicesThe Department of Aging and Community Services supports older adults, adults with disabilities, family caregivers, and residents in long-term care facilities. The Department’s services help older adults find employment; support older and disabled individuals to live as independently as possible in the community; promote healthy aging and community involvement; and assist family members in their vital caregiving role.(209) 468-1104
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LocalSonoma CountyAdult and Aging Divisionhttps://sonomacounty.ca.gov/Human-Services/Adult-and-Aging-Division/The Sonoma County Adult and Aging Division offers many supportive programs, services and events that support independence and quality of life for seniors(707) 565-4636
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LocalKings and Tulare CountiesArea Agency on Aginghttps://ktaaa.org/ktaaa/The Kings and Tulare Counties Area Agency on Aging provides resources and services for senior citizens in Kings and Tulare Counties1-800-321-2462
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LocalNapa and Solano CountiesArea Agency on Aginghttp://aaans.org/servicesThe Napa and Solano County Area Agency provides resources and services for senior citizensElaine Clark, Project Managereclark@solanocounty.com(707) 784-8960
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LocalCentral Coast Seniors (San Louis Obisbo and Santa Barbara Counties)Area Agency on Aginghttps://centralcoastseniors.org/Central Coast Seniors provides services which maintain seniors’ independence and dignity as people, encourage seniors to be socially and economically successful, and care for the frail elderly(805) 925-9554
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LocalNevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba countiesArea Agency on Aging 4https://agencyonaging4.org/Agency on Aging \ Area 4 (AAA4) is a Joint Powers Authority with the counties of Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba to provide a system of services for persons 60 years of age and over
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Local Riverside CountyThe Riverside County Office on Aginghttps://www.rcaging.org/The Riverside County Office on Aging serves to promote and support a life of dignity, well-being and independence for older adults and persons with disabilities
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Local San Bernardino CountyDepartment of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS)http://hss.sbcounty.gov/daas/The Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) is a San Bernardino agency dedicated to helping seniors and at risk individuals to improve or maintain choice, independence and quality of life. The department works to ensure seniors and adults with disabilities have the right to age in place in the least restrictive environment909-891-3900
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Local Sacramento CountySenior and Adult Serviceshttps://dcfas.saccounty.net/SAS/Pages/SAS-Home.aspxThe Senior and Adult Services Division (SAS) is committed to serving older adults and people with disabilities in Sacramento County by providing protection from abuse, neglect and exploitation while striving to preserve their independence and self-determination.
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Local Fresno and Madera CountiesAgency on Aginghttps://fmaaa.org/The Agency on Aging provides services and resources for senior citizens in Fresno and Madera counties
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Local Ventura CountyVentura County Area Agency on Aginghttps://www.vcaaa.org/for-seniors/VCAAA aims to enable all older persons to obtain services that promote and maintain the optimum level of functioning in the least restrictive setting possible.(805) 477-7300
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NonprofitAARPAARP Fraud Watch Networkhttps://www.aarp.org/benefits-discounts/all/fraud-watch-network/The AARP provides tips to spot and avoid scams like identity theft, investment fraud, and holiday scams, as well as ongoing updates from resources like Watchdog Alerts and a scam-tracking map that provides real-time alerts from law enforcement in your state. Call 877-908-3360 if you or a loved one suspect a scam.877-908-3360
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NonprofitUnited WayUnited Way 211https://www.211.org/211 is a vital service that connects individuals to local services such as nutrition, financial, health care, and housing assistance. Call 211 or enter your location at 211.org. 211
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NonprofitInstitute on AgingFriendship Line Californiahttps://www.ioaging.org/friendship-line-californiaThe Friendship Line is a 24/7 accredited crisis and warm line for adults 60 years and older and individuals with disabilities run by the Institute on Aging. Friendship Line counselors assist individuals, families, and caregivers with issues of loneliness, depression, and isolation.1-888-670-1360
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NonprofitJewish Family and Children's ServicesSeniors at Homehttps://seniorsathome.jfcs.org/Seniors at Home provides home care, care management, and other services for all seniors at low rates(844) 222.3212
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NonprofitMeals on WheelsMeals on Wheelshttps://www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org/Meals on Wheels is a national nonprofit that provides food resources and health services for senior citizens
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NonprofitNational Council on AgingCOVID-19 Resources for Older Adults & Caregivershttps://www.ncoa.org/ncoa_acf/covid-19-resources-for-older-adults/The National Council on Aging provides resources for seniors, including help with meals, paying bills, and transportation.
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NonprofitUCSF Geriatrics Department of MedicineResources for Older Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemichttps://geriatrics.ucsf.edu/patient-care/covid-19/resources-older-adults-during-covid-19-pandemicUCSF Geriatrics Department of Medicine provides resources for seniors for food access, mental health, medications, and safety and security.
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NonprofitAARP FoundationConnect2Affecthttps://connect2affect.org/coronavirus-resources/Connect 2 Affect collaborated with the United Health Foundation to compile resources to help seniors stay healthy and connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Connect2Affect helps seniors find support services in their area, such as food and medical care.
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StateGovernor's OfficeStatewide Hotline for Seniorshttps://www.gov.ca.gov/2020/03/31/governor-newsom-launches-campaign-to-protect-health-and-well-being-of-older-californians-during-covid-19-pandemic/California has established a statewide hotline to help seniors connect with state and local services.1-833-544-2374
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StateCalifornia Department of AgingFeeling Good and Staying Connected Activity Guidehttps://aging.ca.gov/download.ashx?lE0rcNUV0zYlqz5kxLW8bA%3d%3dThe California Department of Aging released a new “Feeling Good and Staying Connected Activity Guide” to provide tips, ideas, and tools to help older adults stay mentally, physically, and socially active during the COVID crisis.
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StateCalifornia Department of AgingBridging the Digital Dividehttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXexWQOeFtkYUTojlkLON1qPOXeSe2PVAThe California Department of Aging released a webinar series on
technology for older consumers’ social engagement, tele-
health, and overall home and community living started
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StateCalifornia Department of AgingLong-Term Care Ombudsmanhttps://www.aging.ca.gov/Programs_and_Services/Long-Term_Care_Ombudsman/Long-Term Care Ombudsman representatives assist residents in long-term care facilities with issues related to day-to-day care, health, safety, and personal preferences.1-800-231-4024
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StateCalifornia Department of AgingFood Delivery Services for Seniors
https://aging.ca.gov/Find_Services_in_My_County/
Older adults (aged 60+) who live at home and find cooking difficult may be able to receive prepared meals delivered to their home, regardless of income level. And seniors who used to visit community meal sites can have those meals home-delivered instead.1-800-510-2020
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StateCalifornia Office of Emergency ServicesGreat Plates Delivered Programhttps://covid19.ca.gov/restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors/The Great Plates Delivered program is designed to support adults 65 and older and adults 60-64 who are at high-risk from COVID-19, in staying home and staying healthy by delivering three free nutritious meals a day, and also provide essential economic stimulus to local businesses and workers struggling to stay afloat during the COVID crisis. This program runs through August 9, 2020.
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NonprofitNational Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA)NCEA Resources related to COVID-19https://ncea.acl.gov/Resources/COVID-19.aspxResource list for seniors and families concerned about elder abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic.N/AN/AN/A
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NonprofitNational Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative (NIEJI)COVID-19 Tribal Elder Resources https://www.nieji.org/covid-19COVID-19 is a serious concern for tribal communities. These resources will help to inform your communities on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19, protect your elders and loved ones, and prevent falling for scams. Get your information from credible sources.N/AN/AN/A
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NonprofitThe Fenway InstituteCoronavirus, COVID-19, and Considerations for People Living with HIV and LGBTQIA+ Peoplehttps://www.lgbtagingcenter.org/resources/download.cfm?r=997This report provides information regarding concerns, risk, precautions, and resources to assist those living with HIV and LGBTQIA+ people.N/AN/AN/A
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NonprofitGay Men's Health Crisis' Healthy Aging ProjectLGBTQ Older Adults and COVID-19 – What Providers Need to Knowhttps://www.lgbtagingcenter.org/resources/download.cfm?r=994A fact sheet by The Healthy Aging Project at GMHC describing what providers need to know as they support LGBTQ older adults during COVID-19. Elana LancasterElanaL@gmhc.orgN/A
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NonprofitSAGESAGEConnecthttps://www.sageusa.org/sageconnect/SAGEConnect is a program designed to pull isolated or lonely LGBT older people tighter into our community and make sure they feel safe, loved, and visible despite having to stay indoors. SAGEConnect matches volunteers who can commit to calling their match at least once per week with older LGBT people who are interested in receiving a call.N/Aconnect@sageusa.orgN/A
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California Department of Social Services
Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)
https://www.cdss.ca.gov/Portals/9/TEFAP/CSFP%20Providers/CSFP%20Providers%20In%20CA.PDF?ver=2018-03-05-101644-333
Older adults (aged 60+) can get a box of nutritious food to help supplement their diets through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP). The listed Food Banks are distributing the CSFP boxes. Please call the listed food bank in your area for more information on how you can participate in the program.Lori Coopwoodlori.coopwood@dss.ca.gov916-229-3337
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NonprofitGoGoGrandparentFood Delivery Services for Seniorshttps://gogograndparent.com/GoGoGrandparent is a paid service that people can use to order meals and groceries for home delivery with a phone call. You don’t need a smartphone to use it. Once registered, you can get delivery from most local grocery stores and restaurants. 1-855-754-5328
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PrivateTask RabbitFood and Prescription Delivery Services
https://www.taskrabbit.com/services/contactless
You can use TaskRabbit to find immediate help with everyday tasks, including food and pharmacy delivery. A 5% discount for seniors is available.
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PrivatePartnership Health Plan of CaliforniaCommunity Food Resourceshttp://www.partnershiphp.org/Community/Pages/Community-Resources.aspxList of community resources for seniors in the following counties: Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Mendocino, Modoc, Napa, Shasta, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Trinity, and Yolo.
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