Click on the links below for more information about Covid-19 Vaccines
Vaccinating Homebound Persons
Covid-19 Vaccines Myth Buster
Disaster Preparedness Tip Sheets for Seniors
Click on the link below for downloadable tip sheets from the California Department of Aging regarding: Coping with floods, hot weather and winter; Disaster preparedness for pets, earthquakes, power outages and wildfires.
Disaster Preparedness Tip Sheets Link
Preparation for Power Outage
Power outage backup for individuals with electricity and battery dependent assistive technology and medical devices.
San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services
Information & Resources
Information and Assistance is a Department of Aging program that is knowledgeable in all Aging programs, and provides information from government and non-government sources, referrals for health, social and supportive services for seniors, caregivers, disabled adults, and all members within the community. Call (209) 468-1104 Monday thru Friday to speak with Information and Assistance Program Staff. Program staff compile information included in the Resource Directory (download as PDF) for San Joaquin County. Staff also provides outreach to educate the community regarding the Department of Aging resources and services. Call (209) 468-1104 to arrange a presentation for your agency, group or organization.
|211 San Joaquin County Resources- (Housing, Healthcare, Food, Financial, Children’s services, Older Adults, Crisis Help, Veterans, legal and more)
|Adult Day Care Facilities
|LeadingAge formerly known as American Association of Homes and Services for the Aged (AAHSA)
|Assisted Living Waiver Program
|Community Center for the Blind (and Visually Impaired)
|Disability Resource Agency for Independent Living (DRAIL)
|Driving Course (for mature drivers)
|GPS tracking devices (a blog on 10 devices)
|Housing: rentals for low income seniors, financial assistance, shelters, landlord tenant dispute resolution
|Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) Medicare Counseling
|Mental Health Services
|Nursing Home, A Consumer Guide to Choosing a
|Other useful resources in the county for Seniors
|Senior Nursing Facilities
|Senior Nursing Facilities-compare
|Veterans Administration-VA Stockton Clinic
Outreach and Education
Information and Assistance Staff provide outreach to educate the community regarding the Department of Aging resources and services. Call (209) 468-1104 to arrange a presentation for your agency, group or organization.
Referral Form for Services - SJ30A
You can use the Service Referral and Follow-up Summary form (SJ30A) to refer yourself or someone else to services in the Department of Aging. Once completed (Sections 1-4) fax to 209-932-2663. Click here for link to SJ30A
California Senior Legislature (CSL) Elections
Become a CSL Senior Senator or Senior Assemblymember! The California Senior Legislature has been working to improve the lives of California’s seniors since 1981. This nonpartisan organization has sponsored over 200 new laws helping seniors with financial abuse, health care, transportation, housing, and more. CSL members advocate diligently during each legislative session to have state lawmakers carry and support the CSL’s top State Legislative proposals. It then tracks the progress of its legislative proposals through a series of monthly reports.
Download the Application Documents