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ADULT DAY PROGRAMS

SENIORS FIRST #65722440


location_on A
  • 12183 Locksley Lane Suite #205
    Auburn, Placer

The Recreation & Respite Adult Day Care program is designed to offer a change of pace and sense of independence to seniors with physical or memory impairments, as well as support for their caregivers.

R & R program activities include:
  • Socialization
  • Games
  • Music
  • Arts and crafts
  • Exercise
  • Group discussion
  • Adventures with pets
Caregiver Support
R & R frees Caregivers to pursue their own interests while leaving their loved ones in a safe environment. A Caregiver Support Group is also available and provides an avenue for caregivers to make new friends, get referrals, and take advantage of the opportunity to share in a supportive environment.

The R & R Team
  • Volunteers are the heart of the program. This creative and energetic group forms one-on-one relationships with participants and works in small group settings.
  • Personal Care Aides provide physical support to our participants. They are trained to handle special circumstances that could arise for participants dealing wit…
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AGE ADVANTAGE SENIOR CARE SERVICES

AGE ADVANTAGE SENIOR CARE SERVICES #69467884


location_on B
  • 735 Sunrise Avenue, Suite #220
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Age Advantage Senior Services
    916-864-3480

Age Advantage is a non-medical home care agency that serves greater Sacramento seniors and adults in need of assistance at home with tasks such as:
  • Meal preparation
  • Escort to Doctor visits
  • Medication reminders
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Grocery shopping
  • Stand by assist when walking, toileting, or showering
  • Caregivers can also assist further with bed baths and incontinence care

Staff at Age Advantage is available 24/7 and free consultations are available. Age Advantage is licensed under the CA Department of Social Services.

Websites:
DEL ORO CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTER

DEL ORO CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTER #4662608


location_on C
  • 8421 Auburn Blvd., Suite 265
    Citrus Heights, Sacramento

Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center supports family caregivers of adults with chronic and disabling conditions or diseases.

Founded in 1987, Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center is part of a statewide system of resource centers serving family caregivers. Del Oro covers California’s Gold Country Counties — Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba — and is an independent, private, non-profit program funded by the Department of Health Care Services, Agency on Aging, Area 4, grants and private contributions.

Del Oro is dedicated to serving families caring for an adult with a cognitive impairing condition that occurred after the age of 18 (e.g., Dementia, Alzheimer's disease, stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, and frail older adults) in various counties.

MISSION
Our mission is to improve the well-being of caregivers and provide support throughout the caregiving process.

Services include:
  • Family c…
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FRIENDSHIP LINE CA

INSTITUTE ON AGING #16667848


location_on D
  • Institute on Aging
    San Francisco, San Francisco

Friendship Line California operates as both a warmline and as a crisis hotline.
  • Warmline
    • Available for routine phone calls in order to provide support, reassurance, well-being checks, and information and referral for additional care.
  • Crisis line
    • Available to older and disabled adults who may be lonely, bereaved, depressed, and at a higher risk for suicide.

Friendship Line CA offers confidential discussions for people ages 60 years and over and adults with mental and/or physical disabilities who may be lonely, isolated, grieving, experiencing depression, anxiety and/or thinking about death or suicide. Provides emotional support over the phone for incoming calls and for regularly scheduled outgoing calls. 1-800-971-0016

Websites:
SENIOR PEER COUNSELING - ASOC

ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE - COUNTY OF PLACER #67934947


location_on E
  • 3091 County Center Drive
    Auburn, Placer

Senior Peer Counseling is a free, confidential, voluntary, peer support, in-home program for Placer County residents aged 55 years or better, who are dealing with age-related adjustment issues.

As we age, life transitions can sometimes be painful or difficult to adjust to. Sometimes it is helpful to talk with someone near your age. A peer can help you address these transitional concerns in a safe, confidential, environment. Peer Counselors work with people in the community on issues such as:
  • Grief
  • Caregiver stress
  • Change in individuals' sense of independence
  • Family conflict
  • Loneliness
  • Situational depression or anxiety
  • Loss of a companion
  • Medical diagnosis
  • Physical disability
  • Retirement
  • Relocation
  • Change in health
  • Other age-related concerns

Websites:
SOCIAL CALL - COVIA

COVIA #66410389


location_on F
  • 881 Turk Street
    San Francisco, San Francisco

Social Call matches individuals with each other for regularly scheduled one-on-one friendly phone conversations. It is a free community service program offered by Covia (pronounced "co-VEE-uh"). The program is accessible by phone and is available to older adults (60+) living throughout the United States.
SOCIAL OUTREACH PROGRAM - SNMHF

SIERRA NEVADA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOUNDATION #66135867


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  • Varies
    Grass Valley, Nevada

The Social Outreach Program is a Prevention and Early Intervention program supported by Nevada County Department of Health and Human Services and the Mental Health Services Act. The goal of this program is to support and promote the mental health of isolated seniors and adults with disabilities.

The Social Outreach Program offers help and support at no cost to those having a hard time reaching out. The program can come to your home at your convenience, provide a confidential assessment, and can offer referrals, resource information, emotional support to maintain independent living, as well as falls prevention information. 
TELEPHONE REASSURANCE / FRIENDLY VISITOR

SENIORS FIRST #65722485


location_on A
  • 12183 Locksley Lane
    Auburn, Placer

Telephone Reassurance:

Seniors awaiting a friendly visitor are invited to join the telephone reassurance program. Seniors are called weekly by a volunteer to provide contact and socialization.

The telephone Reassurance program is currently an alternative option for the Seniors First Friendly Visitor program.

Once/if the Friendly Visitors program is initiated again:

Seniors First's Friendly Visitor program provides homebound seniors with “social visits” by screened and trained volunteers. The purpose of this free program is to alleviate the loneliness and isolation which older adults often experience while living alone, or when residing in a rural area with limited access to transportation or social activities.

Due to COVID-19: Senior's First's Friendly Visitor Program is closed until further notice.

Friendly Visitors provide weekly in-home social visits and also serve as a resource on community services and programs that can help the client retain their independence and remai… [read more]
TELEPHONE REASSURANCE AND FRIENDLY VISITOR PROGRAMS - FREED

FREED CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING #11097253


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  • 435 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

This resource is eligible for electronic referral. The FREED Telephone Reassurance program is for anyone feeling lonely or isolated in Nevada County. A phone bank of volunteers makes phone calls Monday - Friday to check-in, chat, and socialize. Individuals who would like to receive telephone calls can choose to receive calls from one day a week up to 5 days a week. https://freed.org/services/independent-living/phone-reassurance/
 
The FREED Friendly Visitor program is not conducting in-person visits due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, volunteers are still being matched one-on-one for individuals who prefer to have a friendly phone visit from the same volunteer on a regular basis. https://freed.org/services/independent-living/friendly-visitor-program/
 
Due to factors such as a lack of transportation or community inaccessibility, many seniors and people with disabilities go through prolonged periods of social isolation and loneliness. People who have disabilitie… [read more]
WELL CONNECTED & WELL CONNECTED ESPAÑOL - COVIA

COVIA #50465128


location_on F
  • 881 Turk Street
    San Francisco, San Francisco

Well Connected (formerly Senior Center Without Walls) and Well Connected Español are phone and online programs offering activities, education, friendly conversation, and an assortment of classes and support groups to older adults accessible from the comfort of home. The programs consist of participants, staff, facilitators, presenters, and other volunteers who care about each other, and who value being connected to engaging content, and to each other. All activities are free to participants and are available in English and Spanish.

Well Connected members can play a game, learn a language, write a poem, go on a virtual tour, meditate, share a gratitude, get support, and most importantly, connect and engage with others every day across the country. Well Connected is a Community Service of Covia and is free of charge to all participants and available to adults over the age of 60.