Elderly Assistance Sacramento Senior Care Services for transportation, eye care, house cleaning, respite, home repairs, advocate, legal aid, arthritis, alzheimer's, just about everything a senior needs for Sacramento senior services are on the list and most without cost.
By Victor Stark
Individualized Senior Services at No to Low Cost:
NorCal MHA (Mental Health America of Northern California)
1908 O Street,
Ph. (916) 366-4600
The Support Community Connections NorCal MHA Senior Peer Counseling program provide FREE peer counseling, referrals, community connections, advocacy and companionship for adults 55 years and older who feel lonely, isolated, homebound and depressed senior services Sacramento county. For more information please call Jesse Williams or Maksim Tsymbal at (916) 855-5444
The Supporting Community Connections NorCal Senior Peer Counseling program provide 2 monthly support groups for older adults that are 55 years or older The second Monday of every month and the last Wednesday of every month. Senior Peer Counseling program provide 2 monthly support groups for older adults that are 55 years or older The second Monday of every month and the last Wednesday of every month. For more information please contact Jesse Williams and Maksim Tsymbal at (916) 855-5444
Multipurpose Senior Services Program
Ph. (916) 273-1122
Provides FREE senior services to low-income frail seniors in the Sacramento, Yolo and Placer County areas. Clients must be 65 or older, receiving Medi-Cal benefits with no share of costs, and need some form of assistance with daily living. Our goal is to keep seniors safe in home and out of skilled nursing facilities.
SeniorLink-El Hogar Community Services, Inc.
3870 Rosin Court, Suite 130,
Ph. (916) 369-7872 Fax: (916) 363-1565
Provides early intervention for older adults (age 55+) exhibiting early signs of isolation and/or depression at no charge -Free Senior Services to the senior participant. SeniorLink Advocates will provide in home support services and community-based Sacramento senior services. We also offer presentations to local organizations. Participants and/or agency referrals are made by any concerned person, organization or by self-referral. The goal of SeniorLink is to:
Intervene when the participant is exhibiting early signs of depression and reduce isolation before he/she has a diagnosable condition
Provide opportunities for social interaction
Assist individuals in developing a support system
Aid in integration, or re-integration, into their community.
Includes, Visiting clients in their homes, adult day Sacramento senior care centers and group settings, transportation to needed medical appointments, senior nutrition centers or shopping along with providing socialization/ companionship and respite care for the spouse or primary caregiver senior help. Assisting with correspondence, paying the bills, obtaining community resources, translation, interpretation and other related tasks.
You must contact the agency directly to be assigned a senior companion.
Includes, Visiting clients in their homes, adult day care centers and group settings, transportation to needed medical appointments, senior nutrition centers or shopping along with providing socialization/ companionship and respite care for the spouse or primary caregiver. Assisting with correspondence, paying the bills, obtaining community resources, translation, interpretation and other related tasks.
You must contact the agency directly to be assigned a senior companion.
____________________________________ Home Visitation:
8525 Madison Avenue,
Ph. (916) 334-1072
Eligibility – All of Sacramento
Participant must register in the free TLC (Talking Listening Caring) Program to be matched with a Senior Companion.
Sacramento County Senior and Adult Services IHSS / APS
9750 Business Park Dr, Suite 104,
Serves Medi-Cal & SSI clients
SOCIAL WORKER REFERRAL NEEDED.
450 West El Camino Avenue,
Ph. (916) 927-1303
Serves Zip Codes 95815, 95833, 95834, & 95835
Sacramento Chinese Community Services Center
420 I Street, Suite 5,
Ph. (916) 442-2523
Low income, limited English.
Onsite Adult Day Care
For the sites listed below, individuals must be registered participants in the onsite Adult Day Care settings to be matched with one of the Senior Companions, who will visit with them onsite.1. Easter Seals Society
Ph. (916) 485-6711
3205 Hurley Way, Sacramento, CA 95825
2. Health for All
Ph. (916) 391-5591
2730 Florin Road, Sacramento, CA 95822
4. Sutter Senior Care—PACE
Ph. (916) 446-3100
7000 Franklin Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95822
County of Sacramento Senior and Adult Services
Ph. (916) 874-9471
In Home Support Services Sacramento Elderly assistance with daily tasks, such as: bathing - dressing - cooking - cleaning - grooming – feeding. A person must receive SSI or meet income guidelines, 65 years or older, blind, permanently disabled, or a disabled child requiring extraordinary care.
Ph. (916) 874-0979
The Senior and Adult Services and SMUD partnership provides essential and sometimes life-saving services to our mutual clients. Upon referral a SEAT representative will contact clients to assist them in completing utility discount, home weatherization, minor home repair and appliance replacement applications.
Senior services helpers and In-home care can assist with all the things you need, including light housekeeping, cooking, shopping, mowing the lawn, getting you to the doctor, transportation, personal care and much more. Low cost 22.00 per hour with a two hour minimum.
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Free training and resources for ages 55 or over and has experienced vision loss. Low vision clinic you can call in for a free appointment for magnification. Senior Day Retreat-In-Home Training-Senior Support Groups and Special Services for elderly assistance with vision loss.
California Telephone Access Program
Voice: (877) 546-7414 - TTY: (800) 867-4323
Program of the California Public Utilities Commission Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program. Make your callers voice louder - Carry the phone with you - Dial using large or talking buttons - Make your voice louder - read conversations in text.
Mon. – Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. – Thursday.
Free legal aid assistance, advice, information and referrals provided by an attorney or paralegal. Eligibility: 60 years of age or older.
Grandparents with questions regarding custody or visitation of grandchildren can also receive assistance.
1455 Response Road, Suite 190,
Ph. (916) 930-9080
Ph. 1 (800) 272-3900 24 Hour helpline. Or 1 (800) 438-4380 Alzheimer's education and referral center.
The Alzheimer's Association Helpline operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in 140 languages. Our staff is highly trained and knowledgeable about all aspects of Alzheimer’s disease.
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Sutter Senior Care PACE Program
Long-term Care Centers
(Program of All-Inclusive Care of the Elderly)
1234 U Street, Sacramento, CA 95818-1433 map
Ph. (916) 446-3100 7000 Franklin Boulevard, Suite 1020 map
Sacramento, CA 95823-1820
Ph. (916) 424-8412
»★ Below are links and Phone Numbers to Organizations that Provide Free Senior Services Referrals
10600 Coloma Road, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 map
Ph. (916) 635-5147 Mon., Tue. and Wed. 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Provides respite for caregivers and a social program lead by qualified staff specializing in services for seniors with dementias and other physical limitations.
12. California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
650 Harrison Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94107
Ph. (415) 974-5171 or 800 474-1116
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