The Council on Aging provides 16 different programs across four departments offering integrated services for seniors 60+ including:
For more information visit the Social Services page.
Information & Assistance: Information about senior services and access to needed services. There is no charge for this service.
Senior Social Club, an Adult Day Program: Socialization and care for seniors in four clubs throughout Sonoma County.
Care Navigator: Home visits to assess needs and recommend services.
Senior Care Coordination: Long-term care coordination by bonded, insured and supervised professionals.
Senior Peer Support: Trained volunteers who help seniors struggling with serious mental illness to access services and programs.
Healthy Ideas: Depression screening, case management and referrals to appropriate professionals.
Family Justice Center: Elder advocacy and care coordination for victims of domestic violence and financial abuse.
For more information visit the Financial Services page.
Daily Money Management: Bonded and insured counselors who assist seniors in bill pay, checkbook reconciliation and other financial needs.
Conservatorships: Court-appointed fiduciaries for those unable to manage their financial affairs.
Trusts: Professional trust management services.
For more information visit the Legal Services page.
Estate Planning: Comprehensive legal services emphasizing estate planning and advance healthcare directives for individuals 50 and over.
Lawyer Referral Service: State Bar-certified referral service to a panel of elder law attorneys.
Meals on Wheels: Delivery of fresh meals daily to home-bound seniors. For more information visit the Meals on Wheels page.
Dining Sites: Nutritious meals and social connections at nine dining sites and four Senior Social Clubs. For more information visit the Congregate Dining Sites page.
Therapeutic Meals: Special diets for renal needs and nutritional counseling.