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Information & Resource Referrals 

Personalized assistance by phone for family members, caregivers, community members and older adults who have questions related to aging.

Kathleen Sinnott, Information & Resource Specialist, 707-525-0143 x102,

Case Management

For adults age 60+.

Working with a case manager provides a personalized plan for specific needs such as: securing/maintaining benefits; resources for in-home care, memory care, and mental health care; assistance with applications; accessing help with utility bills and special programs; housing questions (referrals to senior or other affordable units), housing vouchers; home safety and fall prevention; emergency planning resources for assisted living; basic budgeting, identifying scams and suspicious credit card activity, and more.  Home visits and follow-up phone calls support achievement of goals.  Services available in Spanish. For more information, please click here.

No fee, contributions welcome.

Jessica Carranza-Sherod, Case Manager, 707-525-0143 ext.109,


Adult Day Respite Program

Our Adult Day Respite Program is designed to support persons living with memory loss and their caregivers. We offered loved ones a much-needed respite from the mental and physical demands of care-giving while participants enjoy social, cognitive and physical activity to enhance their quality of life. 

Over the years, the Adult Day Respite Program has helped many isolated seniors remain, healthy, happy and connected with their community.


10am to 2:00pm

Santa Rosa at Church of the Roses, 2500 Patio Court on Mondays & Wednesdays

Sebastopol at Sebastopol Senior Center, 167 No. High Street on Mondays & Wednesdays 

Sonoma at Vintage House, 264 First Street E. on Tuesdays & Thursdays


Gentle Group Exercise

Creative Art & Music Activities

Nutritious Lunch

Stimulating Brain Games

Performances by Musicians and Artists

No fee, contributions welcome.

Jake Larkin, Program Manager, 707-525-0143 ext.103,


Senior Peer Support

A 12-week supportive program for adults age 60+ that matches peer volunteers for home visits with older adults facing challenges such as depression, isolation, grief and caregiver stress. Volunteers are supervised by a licensed mental health clinician.

No fee, contributions welcome.

Sarah Tucker, LMFT, 525-0143 ext. 125,


Family Justice Center

A Council on Aging Elder Advocate is based at the Family Justice Center to provide support and care coordination for older adults who are experiencing domestic, physical, emotional, sexual or financial abuse.  For adults 65+.

No fee, contributions welcome.

Jeanie O’Neill, Elder Advocate, 707-565-8265,

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