YHAA’s Collaboration Committee, which consists of over many providers of senior services, convenes every other month to increase collaboration, communication, and coordination of service delivery. A Cross-Referral Memorandum of Understanding among providers facilitates a “No Wrong Door” approach to connect clients with the right services to meet their needs. An annual Collaboration Committee cross-training helps all segments of Yolo County’s senior care system stay up-to-date and understand what resources are available for our seniors, their families, and caregivers.
*A Senior Connection – Senior Placement and In Home Care Services specializes in helping families find the right care solution for their loved ones, whether that be for in-home care services (medical and non-medical), or placement into a residential care facility for the elderly (RCFE) also known as board and care, assisted living, or memory care community. Assistance walking through the steps of finding the right home based on your care, financial, personal and geographic preferences. There is no charge for their services.
*Adult Protective Services provides resources, information and referral services to the elderly (65 and older) and to dependent adults (18- 64) who are suffering or at risk of abuse, exploitation or self-neglect. Adult Protective Services investigates allegations of abuse and links clients to the appropriate resources. Must use SOC341 reporting form.
T: 530-661-2727 – From 8-5 anyone who calls will reach one of the APS staff or will get a call back from an APS staff.
Adult Protective Services
*Agency on Aging-Area 4 funds and monitors older adult programs in seven counties in Northern California. The following contracted services are provided in Yolo County: Caregiver Support, Health Insurance Counseling, Information & Assistance, Job Readiness, Legal Services, Long Term Care Ombudsman Services/Elder Abuse Prevention, Nutrition, and Transportation. AAA4 also provides advocacy for senior programs and services. Referral Requirements: Age 60+ (Caregiver/care receiver exception) & Resident of Yolo County
Agency on Aging
Alzheimer’s Association is a voluntary health organization specializing in Alzheimer’s care, support, and research with a mission to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research, to provide and enhance care and support for all affected, and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Our services include: 24-hours/7 days per week telephone help line, education programs, support groups, care consultations, respite grants, professional training, safety services, research study matching service and online resources. Our services are for those with Alzheimer’s disease, other dementias and mild cognitive impairment; unpaid caregivers; professionals; and the general community. The vast major of our services are free and we have scholarships available to persons with dementia and/or family caregivers, when needed.
*Atria Covell Gardens A retirement living community with the luxuries of a vacation and the comforts of home. Care staff provides personal senior care and medication administration, allowing for a customized assisted living experience, as well as specialized care for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in our Life Guidance® memory care neighborhood. Atria helps residents maintain independent living while supplying their family members with peace of mind.
*Beth Dean Fiduciary Services manages personal daily care and finances for clients or clients’ loved ones. We assist with coordinating housing care, managing medical needs, paying bills and administration of trusts by agent as trustee.
Carlton Plaza Senior Living Davis’ newest senior living community offering independent living, assisted living and memory care. Family owned and involved, providing diabetic management, 12 hour nursing care, and exciting programming.
*Citizens Who Care for the elderly provides social support services to frail elderly and their family caregivers including in-home respite, convalescent visitation, and Time Off for Caregiver programs.
*CommuniCare Health Centers is a federally qualified health center providing health care to those in need since 1972. Our services include primary medical and dental health care, behavioral health services, substance abuse treatment, health education and support services. We strive to deliver services in a supportive, safe, non-judgmental manner that stresses patient involvement and responsibility, health education, counseling and preventive health care in all our programs.
Salud Clinic located in West Sacramento:
Medical Reception: (916) 403-2900
For provider to provider referrals for medical contact, Clinic Manager at: (916) 403-2911 ext. 1611
Dental Reception: (916) 403-2960
Behavioral Health Reception: (916) 403-2970. http://www.communicarehc.org/View_webpage.asp?Title=Salud%20(West%20Sacramento)
Davis Community Clinic located in Davis:
Medical Reception: (530) 758-2060;
For provider to provider referrals for medical contact the clinic manager at: (530) 758-1510 ext 1014
Dental Reception: (530) 757-4667
Behavioral Health Reception: (916) 403-2970. http://www.communicarehc.org/View_webpage.asp?Title=Davis
Hansen Family Health Center located in Woodland:
Medical Reception: (530) 405-2800
For provider to provider referrals for medical contact the clinic manager at: (530) 405-2829
Dental Reception: (530) 405-2811
Behavioral Health Reception: (530) 405-2815 www.communicarehc.org/View_webpage.asp?Title=Hansen%20Family%20Health%20Center%20(Woodland)
Integrated Behavioral Health Services are delivered within each of our primary care clinics in Davis, West Sacramento and Woodland and are available to all CommuniCare patients. The Behavioral Health staff is part of the patient’s health care team, working in collaboration with Primary Providers to support comprehensive mind and body wellness. The Integrated Behavioral Health Services provide short term brief, confidential individual counseling services for children and adults, as well as access to adult and child Psychiatry.
Davis Community Clinic (530) 758-2060
Hansen Family Health Centers (Woodland) (530) 405-2815
Salud Clinic (West Sacramento) (916) 403-2970
*Comfort Keepers allows seniors to age in the comfort of their own home by providing high quality in home care in our community. Comfort Keepers excels at providing companionship services (meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, errand running, respite care, and more) as well as personal care (bathing, grooming, hygiene, mobility assistance, toileting and incontinence care), and dementia/Alzheimer’s care. Through Interactive Caregiving ™, Comfort Keepers helps you and your loved ones to live a quality life while aging with dignity.
*Davis Senior Center is a community focal point for recreational, social, and supportive services for mature adults and their family members. Our goal is to link visitors with a wide array of services essential for maintaining and improving overall health, independence, and quality of life.
*Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center (Del Oro) is a private non-profit agency funded through the California State Department of Health Care Services and Agency on Aging-Area 4. We are here to improve the well-being of family caregivers and provide support throughout the caregiving process. Families and caregivers of brain impaired adults and the frail elderly are invited to contact Del Oro.
T: 800-635-0220 or 916-728-9333
*Heidi Kellis-Johnson-HKJ Geriatric Assessments and Consulting an independent Gerontologist who provides in-home Geriatric Assessments and Care planning. Consultant with the National MS Society to provide short term Case Management services. Evidence based curriculum development and training specialist in the psycho-social aspects of chronic disease.
*Home Instead Senior Care: Quality Care Delivered by Professional Caregivers to seniors in their own home such as Companionship & Home Helper, Personal Services, Alzheimer’s or other Dementias Care, Transitional Care, Care of Serious Conditions and Hospice Support Available 24/7 T: 530-666-0613, Fax 530-666-0283, https://www.homeinstead.com/221/
*In Home Supportive Services (IHSS) is a Medi-Cal program intended to enable aged, blind and disabled individuals who are most at risk of being placed in out-of-home care to remain safely in their own home by providing assistance with domestic and/or personal care services.
*Kindred at Home is a MediCare Certified Home Health Agency, we provide Home Health Skilled Nursing and Physical Therapy as well as social works. We provide Hospice Care covered by Medicare as well as Professionally Trained caregivers in home. All of our Caregivers are our employees of Kindred Healthcare. Our company has Hospitals, Skilled Nursing and Rehab Facilities nationwide. For free Senior care information Nationwide.
*LB Mediation provides conflict resolution assistance to families who are facing stress due to a current or upcoming transition that has occurred involving an elder adult. Lora Barrett, a mediator for over fifteen years, offers mediation or one-to-one conflict coaching within the Yolo, Sacramento, Placer, and Solano counties. She specializes in bringing families together through decision-making processes when a family with an elder is faced with new transitions. T:530.481.LORA or email@example.com. http://www.lbmediation.com/
*Legal Services of Northern California is a non-profit legal organization that provides free legal assistance to individuals and older adults 60+ regardless of income. Potential clients must be legally present in the U.S. to receive services. Cases handled include housing, public benefits, consumer issues, elder abuse, health care, unemployment insurance appeals, education, and end of life planning (simple wills, power of attorney, advance health care directives).
T: 530-662-1065 or 916-447-5798;
*Meals on Wheels Yolo County provides hot, nutritional meals each week day to homebound seniors. Volunteers provide social contact & safety/well-being check of participants when they deliver meals. Eligibility Requirements: 60+ years, Yolo County resident; Homebound: 1) Needs assistance to leave home; 2) Physical, cognitive or emotional disability; 3) No one available to assist with meal preparation. No income requirement. Donation suggested.
T: 662-7035 x 202
*Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) provides social and health care management for frail elderly clients who are certifiable for placement in a nursing facility but who wish to remain in the community. The goal of the program is to arrange for and monitor the use of community services to prevent or delay premature institutional placement of these frail clients. The services must be provided at a cost lower than that for nursing facility care.
T: (916) 374-7739
F: (916) 394-5295
Ombudsman Services provides advocacy services to residents in long-term care facilities (Skilled Nursing Facilities and Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly). Ombudsmen identify, receive, investigate, and resolve problems on behalf of residents. The ombudsman program also provides community education and training, consultations and information, maintains a presence in long-term care facilities, and witnesses advanced health care directives for residents who reside in Skilled Nursing Facilities. T: 530-668-5775 or 916-376-8910. F: 916-376-8914, http://agencyonaging4.org/long-term-care-ombudsman/
*Resources for Independent Living promotes the socioeconomic independence of person with disabilities and seniors by providing peer supported, consumer directed independent living services and advocacy. RIL provides 7 core services: Advocacy and Legislative Monitoring; Housing; Personal Assistance Services; Information and Referral; Peer counseling; Independent Living Skills training; and Assistive technology. T: 916-446-3074 F: 916-446-2443 http://www.ril-sacramento.org/
RSVP We seek people 55+ to help meet critical community needs. As a volunteer you, as well as those you serve, are reaping the benefits. Join RSVP Sacramento and Yolo Counties and we will help you find a great place to help. T: 916-875-3631, F: 916-875-3799 www.rsvpsacramento.com
*Senior Link is a free information & assistance program of LSNC that serves older adults 60+ in Yolo County. Program provides information & assistance accessing resources including in-home help, consumer problems, education & employment programs, financial assistance, fitness & recreation, food & meals, health insurance counseling, health care & wellness services, housing, minor home repairs, legal assistance, mental health & counseling, support groups, tax & rebate assistance, transportation and veteran services. T: 530-207-4250 or 877-883-4927; F: 530-662-7941. Yolo Senior Resources guide: http://seniorlinkyolo.lsnc.net/resource-guide/
*St. John’s Retirement Village is a non-profit, multi-level, wellness-focused community located in Woodland, CA built to enhance quality of life for every senior that calls its lushly landscaped 14-acre campus home. Four levels of care, active assisted living, personal care, memory support and skilled nursing serve over 160 seniors. Residents enjoy hearty farm-to-fork fare, an activity program geared toward successful aging and care that supports independence delivered by a compassionate and highly trained staff. T:530-662-1290 F:530-662-4639 http://www.sjrv.org/
*Support for Home provides non-clinical home care assistance by experienced caregivers and/or Certified Nurse Assistants who are trained to look beyond the basic ADLs to identify issues facing medically complex seniors to remain safely in their home. Service ranges from 1 to 24 hours per day & we also offer Music & Memory & SafeShield program(s). For more information please call: T: 916-482-8484 or 530-792-8484 F: 916-564-6847 http://www.supportforhome.com/
*Sutter Davis Hospital Case Management provides acute and emergency care services. No outpatient, non-emergency services are provided through the hospital’s Case Management department. Sutter Davis Hospital collaborates with other hospital systems, county agencies, private duty caregivers, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, patients and their families with the goal of ensuring safe and effective transitions to lower levels of care. T: 530-759-7458 F: 530-757-5114
*UC Davis Caregiver Education and Support Program provides information and resources, monthly support groups, quarterly classes and special events to campus employees, students and retirees. Senior care providers and certified advisors available to employees through Care Advantage Years Ahead. General public is welcome to attend quarterly classes space permitting. T: 530-754-8791 http://worklife-wellness.ucdavis.edu/family_care/adults_elders/index.html
*University Retirement Community is a fully accredited, not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community. All of our programs have been carefully designed to provide you with the services, amenities, and activities you want to enjoy now–along with those you may need later. As a CCRC, University Retirement Community offers the following levels of care and support: residential living, assisted living, memory care, care giving, skilled nursing care, and a variety of other health and wellness programs. URC’s Medicare Certified Health Care Center 5 star community, which is open to the public, provides compassionate skilled nursing and rehabilitation for individuals who are temporarily or permanently in need of such services. T: 530-747-7031 F: 530-747-7032 http://www.retirement.org/davis/
*Veterans Program is the access point for the Yolo Co. veteran to apply for Veterans Administration Medical services, compensation for disabilities and injuries incurred while on active duty in the military, pensions and other special veteran programs. There are some non-service connected programs available for the veteran and his dependents. The Non Service Connected Pension with Aid and Attendance is available for the veteran, his spouse and in some cases, for the veteran’s surviving spouse. T: 530-406-4850 or 916-375-6200 ext. 4850 F: 530-666-7456
*Volunteers of America Veteran Family Services assists homeless or about to become homeless veterans and their families in Yolo, Sacramento, El Dorado and Placer Counties through VA and Dept. of Labor funding for housing assistance, employment readiness and job placement, HUD VASH deposit and utilities. We serve 290’s and are a Housing First Program (legal, AOD issues, etc.) will be accepted. We serve all veterans with exception of dishonorable. Eligibility of income, documentation, homeless verification. Housing: (916) 228-3153, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Employment: (916) 661-5149, email: email@example.com, F: 916- 228-3148, http://voa-ncnn.org/veterans-services
*West Sacramento Active Aging Programs (Senior Center) offers a variety of activities, events and services for residents who are 50+ such as: Information and Assistance, Tai Chi, Low Impact Exercise, Ceramics, Wii Gaming, Bingo, Bunko, Scrapbooking, Socialization, A Senior Lounge, Book Exchange. T: 916-617-4620 F: 916-372-1918 http://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/pcs/active_aging.asp
Woodland Community Care Car, Inc. provides transportation within Woodland city limits to ambulatory older adults age 55 years and older. It is an all-volunteer organization. For Reservation or to volunteer call hours 8-3:30 M-F:530-662-7800
*Woodland Senior Center is an access point for programs that encourage healthy aging, provide basic social services, information and referral and socialization opportunities for older adults. T: 530-661-2001; F: 530-666-7257 http://www.cityofwoodland.org/gov/depts/communityserv/adult_senior/default.asp
*Yolo Adult Day Health Center provides assistance to disabled adults 18 years & older to help manage chronic health conditions related to illness, injury or cognitive impairment. The program offers diverse medical, social, rehabilitation and recreational services in addition to respite for family caregivers. T: 530-666-8828, F: 530-666-8826 http://www.dignityhealth.org/woodland/services/adult-day-health-services
*Yolo County Children’s Alliance Our Community Resource Specialists are trained to provide application assistance for the following programs: CalFresh (formerly Food Stamps), Covered California and MediCal. Individuals who receive SSI/SSP are not eligible for CalFresh but Social Security retirement benefits are OK. Yolo County Children’s Alliance extends services to Yolo residents of all ages and all services are free of charge. T: 1-866-607-4030 or 530-757-5558
Fax: 530-753-7662 http://yolokids.org/
Yolo County Health and Human Services
*Yolo 2-1-1 is the information hub for Yolo County, linking residents to vital health and human services, information and resources in the community. 211 Yolo is free, multilingual, confidential and available 24 hours per day, every day of the year. Callers also have an automated option to transfer directly to Senior Link for senior services. 211 can also connect people to FreshText (text reminder 24 hours before the next free food distribution in their community), MarketText (link to information about local farmers’ markets and farm stands that participate in Market Match, Accepts EBT Payment & WIC Farmers’ Market Coupons). T: 2-1-1 or 855-866-1783, www.211yolocounty.com
Older Adult Mental Health Care Team
This team provides triage, crisis intervention assessments, therapeutic counseling, and wrap-around case management support for individuals aged 60 and older who present with a serious mental illness.
T: 530-666-8630, F: 530-666-8633 http://www.yolocounty.org/health-human-services/adult-aging/older-adult-outreach-assessment-programs
HHSA Forensic services include Substance Use Disorder assessments and treatment recommendations for individuals on probation; in-custody mental health evaluations; participation on Yolo County’s Mental Health Court; and Competency Training for court ordered individuals with serious mental illness.
Phone: 530-666-8630 Fax: 530-666-8633, Provider Contact Number: 530-666-8099, ext 1803 http://www.yolocounty.org/health-human-services/adult-aging/forensic-services
Homeless Services Team
This team works collaboratively with multiple City, County and non-profit programs throughout Yolo County to coordinate services for homeless individuals and those at-risk of homelessness. The approach whenever possible is Housing First, with an emphasis on linkage to ongoing supports. A Social Worker on this team is assigned to the District Attorney Neighborhood Court’s Homeless Restorative Justice Program.
Phone: 530-666-8630 Fax: 530-666-8633 http://www.yolocounty.org/health-human-services/adult-aging/homeless-services
Healthy Living Program provides nurse led workshops for older adults with chronic disease and public health nurse home visits for those with chronic conditions and other risk factors, to improve self-management of conditions, remain independent longer, and improve their quality of life. Call: 530-666-8524 http://www.yolocounty.org/health-human-services/adult-aging/healthy-living-for-older-adults
*Yolo County Housing is dedicated to working together to provide quality affordable housing and community development services to all within its service area. Its primary programs are funded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and through the State of California (OMS and HCD). YCH provides year-round rental assistance through low cost housing that it owns and manages, as well as through housing that it owns in partnership. The three largest programs are the Housing Choice Voucher program, Low Income Public Housing, California Office of Migrant Housing and USDA Seasonal Farm worker Housing. YCH and its allied organizations provide assistance to approximately 2,076 households throughout Yolo County. T: 530-662-5428 F: 530-669-2241. http://ych.ca.gov/
*Yolo County Library Books by Mail is a free service from the Yolo County Library that brings library materials to you through the mail on a long-term or short-term basis. It is available to any Yolo County resident who has a disability, illness or lack of transportation that prevents access to a Yolo County Library branch. Main phone: (530)757-5588 Referral Phone: 530-575-5580 F: 530-757-5590 www.yolocounty.org/booksbymail
Yolo County Library Older Adult Program- This is a meeting of elders exploring together aspects of the conscious aging movement, seeking to mine the wisdom from their long lives and to find effective ways to share and pass on their legacy. Rabbi Zalman Schacter-Shalomi and Ronald Miller’s book “From Age-ing to Sage-ing” serves as a guide for discussions and activities. Meets 2nd Thursday each month, 11:00a-12:30p, Blanchard Room, Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library, 315 E. 14th Street, Davis. All programs are free. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org T:530-757-5588
Yolo County Public Guardian advocates for a person placed on court-ordered conservatorship. Acting in the conservatee’s best interest, the conservator arranges medical care, manages, the client’s funds and is a substituted parent in most respects of that person’s life. T: 530-666-8100
*Yolo Food Bank provides groceries and food assistance referrals to Yolo County residents. Distribution locations are available throughout Yolo County. The majority of the Food Bank’s services do not have eligibility requirements. T: 530-668-0690; F:530-668-8530 http://www.yolofoodbank.org/
*Yolo Hospice has the longest regional track record as experts in caring for people who have a life-limiting illness. Serving more than 180 communities in the five counties of Yolo, Colusa, Sacramento, Solano, and Sutter. Yolo Hospice offers bereavement and grief services including group and individual support to any member of our community who has lost a loved one, regardless of whether the loved one was a Yolo Hospice patient. All clinical and grief services are provided at no charge. T: 530-758-5566; Fax 530-758-9017 https://yolohospice.org/
Yolo Public Authority is established by state law and county ordinance, legally separate from their county governments, and mandated to provide services which supplement the In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) program in their counties. These services include: a referral registry which recruits, screens and matches workers with IHSS consumers; training for IHSS providers and consumers; a back-up care registry and responsibility; new provider orientation sessions and serving as the employer of record for bargaining with the union representing the IHSS workers.
*Your Home…Nursing Services provides a full range of services, from Licensed Nursing Care to Skilled Nursing. No minimum of hours. No extra charge for nights or weekends and all services managed by R.N. Private Pay and most insurance.
T: (530) 753-7478
F: (707) 224-7194