San Francisco, CA
The Seniors program connects eligible seniors 65 and older with local volunteer ophthalmologists who provide a medical eye exam at no out-of-pocket cost, and up to one year of follow-up care for any condition diagnosed during the initial exam, for the physician services.
The Glaucoma Program provides a glaucoma eye exam at no cost to those who are eligible and uninsured. Those who are eligible and insured are billed normal office procedure, and responsible for any co-payments. (This is an awareness program to provide a baseline glaucoma eye exam to those who may not be aware they are at increased risk).
Short Hills, NJ
New Eyes provides a basic pair of single or lined bifocal lenses. A New Eyes voucher is for individuals who have no other resources with which to obtain a basic pair eyeglasses. Applicants must have an eye exam including their pupillary distance (PD) measurement before applying.
ACC Senior Services (formerly known as The Asian Community Center of Sacramento Valley) is dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors and caregivers.
Housing options: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, and Rehabilitation.
Support programs: ACC Rides Transportation Service, Bridge to Healthy Families, Caregiver and Support Services, Friendly Visitor, Meals on Wheels, Resource Center, and Senior Employment Program.
Programs include ACC Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, ACC Senior Services Programs, Meals on Wheels by ACC.
Sacramento, CA 95811
Food distribution held at:
St. John’s Lutheran Church
1701 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
Last 3 Thursdays of the month
10:00 am – 12:00 noon
9242 Kiefer Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95826
3rd Tuesday of the month
10:00 am – 12:00 noon
Fremont Presbyterian Church
5770 Carlson Drive, Sacramento, CA 95819
3rd Thursday of the month
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Senior Program (60 and over)
Golden Palms Mobilehome Estates
8181 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95826
3rd Wednesday of the month
10:00 am-1:00 pm
CHOC improves and strengthens communities by providing quality housing that includes comprehensive services for individuals, families, and seniors. CHOC has partnered with several community partners to develop, finance, and build affordable housing in a tri-county area. As a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO), CHOC serves primarily very low, low, and moderate-income families and individuals.
Housing Overview: CHOC improves and strengthens communities by providing quality housing that includes comprehensive services for individuals, families, and seniors. Communities in the Sacramento area include: Sherwood Court, Washington Square, Winters Apartments, as well as Casa del Sol, Hotel Woodland, and New Dimensions in Woodland.
Youth and Family Services: CHOC facilitates user-driven youth and family services, responding to urgent community needs and unprecedented socio-economic conditions.
Mission Cataract USA is a program that provides free cataract surgery to people of all ages who have no other means to pay. Visit the Mission Cataract USA’s website to apply and to find a participating eye care professional in your state.
Sacramento, CA 95817
Next Move has a variety of programs to help get families and individuals off the street and into a home of their own. Our programs include a temporary shelter with motel vouchers for families with children experiencing homelessness through our Francis House Center program.
* Emergency Family Shelter: An 85-bed Family Shelter Campus provides an emergency shelter stay with intensive supportive services to homeless families with dependent children, including single fathers and males over the age of 14. To see if you qualify, call (916) 455-2160.
* Permanent Supportive & Rapid Re-Housing Programs: For seniors and individuals living with disabilities.
. . . Casa de Esperanza: Serves disabled chronically homeless men and women.
. . . Home at Last: Serves chronically homeless seniors, with 22 units of permanent supportive housing serving homeless men and women.
. . . Omega Project: Permanent housing and continued supportive services to 15 singles and 22 families who have multiple and severe disabilities.
. . . Step Up Sacramento: Provide 122 units of permanent supportive housing to individuals and families including veterans, transitional age foster youth and seniors 55 and older.
. . . Stepping Stones: This new rapid re-housing program serves 14 homeless families to be re-housed and stabilized.
* Francis House Center: As of January 1, 2016, Francis House Center is a program of Next Move, delivering the same high-quality services at the same location (1422 C Street, Sacramento) as always. Visit francishousecenter.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 916-443-2646 for info.
Founded in 1978, Paratransit, Inc. is a local public agency organized as a nonprofit dedicated to providing transportation services to individuals with disabilities, the elderly, and related agencies.
Reservation lines are open to take ride requests 365 days a year. Requests are taken from 8:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Please be sure to have all necessary information ready when you place your call. Remember that you will share rides with others, so we may need to negotiate your pick-up time.
RESERVATIONS: 916-429-2744 or 800-956-6776 (toll-free outside their local calling area)