Transitions for Veterans
Transitions for Veterans will assist in finding solutions for long-term care.
Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center
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.
Telephone: (800) 635-0220
Location: 8421 Auburn Blvd., Suite 265, Citrus Heights, CA 95610
Assisted Transition is a free resource to help seniors find long term care specializing in Assisted Living, Residential Care, Skilled Nursing and Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care.
Telephone: (916) 372-376
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.
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.
Davis Senior Center
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.
Healthy Living Program
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.
Telephone: (530) 661-2942
Agency on Aging-Area 4
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
Resources for Independent Living
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.
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.
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.
Telephone: 530-207-4250 or 877-883-4927
Yolo Senior Resources guide: http://seniorlinkyolo.lsnc.net/resource-guide/
West Sacramento Active Aging Programs (Senior Center)
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.
Woodland Senior Center
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.
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.
Telephone: 1-866-607-4030 or 530-757-5558