Cloverdale Food Pantry
202 Commercial St Cloverdale
OPEN EVERY FRIDAY TO EVERYONE 1-3PM
Adult Protective Services
Helping support Senior who are 65+ and adults with disabilities between the ages of 18 and 64 who are living at home and are suspected victims of abuse, neglect or self-neglect.
Long Term Care Ombudsman
Individuals should file reports with the Ombudsman Program for abuse concerns in licensed care facilities. Day or night, talk confidentially with a Senior Advocacy Services state-certified Ombudsman
by calling 707-526-4108 or 800-231-4024
Council on Aging
Meals on Wheels, 5-day frozen meal pack, legal, financial, and social services available.
Contact: 707-525-0143, councilonaging.com
Local Care for Local Elders
A Cloverdale support network of independent home care providers for seniors in need
Contact Janet Seaforth 707-894-7345
Area Agency on Aging
A free information and assistance line for adults age 60+. Services in English and Spanish with interpretation in other languages or communication accommodations arranged by request. Monday-Friday 9am-4pm.
Call to talk with a social worker trained to help you navigate the unique needs, life changes, and challenges of aging. Get personalized referrals to programs that offer meals, transportation, public benefits and more.
Cloverdale Senior Multipurpose Center
Providing Cloverdale residents with activities, support, resources and services that encourage participation in community life, promote well-being and independence and enhance dignity.
Contact: 707-894-4826, firstname.lastname@example.org, 311 N. Main St. Cloverdale