Cloverdale Food Pantry
202 Commercial St Cloverdale

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.
Contact: 707-565-5940

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,

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.
Contact: 707-565-4636

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,, 311 N. Main St. Cloverdale