Senior Services

Ventura County Area Agency on Aging (VCAAA) 

Piecing together the services you need to age well in Ventura County. VCAAA has resources such as housing, transportation, food services, caregiving, medical, and financial services.  

Call (805) 477-7300


Veteran Services 

Gain Access to financial and medical assistance

Call (805) 477-5155


HICAP

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program. Provides free and unbiased counseling and advocacy for Medicare recipients and those soon to receive Medicare.

Call (805) 477-7310

                                                                                                                     

Adult Protective Services

Report Neglect of adults/seniors.

Call (805) 654-3200


Grey Law

Assisting individuals and non-profit groups that otherwise have limited access to legal services.

Call (805)658-2266


In Home Senior Services   

A Medi-Cal funded program that helps pay for caregivers. (Must be Medi-Cal eligible)

Call (805) 654-3236


Alzheimer's Support  

For families/caregivers of those with Alzheimer's.

Call (805) 494-5200


Santa Clara Valley Hospice Home

Free medical equipment and incontinence supplies.

Call (805) 525-1333


Diabetes Support (Livingston Memorial)

Designed to help you understand your disease, control your symptoms, and minimize any long-term complications.

Call (805) 642-0239


Valley Express/Dial A Ride

Transportation

Weekdays 5:45 am - 7:45 pm

Weekends 8 am - 6 pm

Call (805) 933-2267


Caring.com 

Maintaining good health and a balanced diet for seniors. Healthy eating habits can significantly reduce the risk of age-related ailments like osteoporosis, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes.

Caring.com has developed a guide that offers insights into the unique nutritional needs of seniors. You can view it here: https://www.caring.com/resources/nutrition-guide-for-seniors/

Explore specific sections in our guide by clicking on the links below:


Mesothelioma Diet and Nutrition - The Lanier Law Firm

For patients with mesothelioma, diet and nutrition are vital for ensuring the body has the energy and nutrients it needs to fight cancer cells and heal from the effects of cancer and treatments. Patients should get a proper amount of calories, protein, and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) to support their bodies during treatment.


For more information contact our Recreation Coordinator - Senior Services, Renee Bell, at 805-933-4226 ext. 35 or rbell@spcity.org