The health and safety of seniors is our priority. We encourage seniors to remain at home. Many N/S AAA service providers will be adjusting their services.
Seniors are encouraged to stay connected by phone or other electronic device. Contact Information and Assistance providers for connections.
This program serves low income seniors who receive Medi-Cal benefits, who are at risk of nursing home placement. Choice in Aging, a private non-profit, provides MSSP services in Napa and Solano Counties. Please click this link for the on-line referral form: http://choiceinaging.org/mssp-napa-solano-referral-form. MSSP can be reached at (707) 708-0571.
This program addresses the unique needs of family members who provide care to an elderly relative. Services are also available to other unpaid caregivers of individuals age 60 and over. In Solano County, please contact Redwood Caregivers at (707) 542-0282 or Choice in Aging (925) 682-6330. In Napa County, these services are provided by Collabria Care at (707) 258-9080.
I&A coordinators connect individuals to resources by telephone. In Napa County, this service is provided by Collabria Care (707) 253-4248. For a comprehensive list of Napa County senior resources, visit the Napa Network for Aging and Independence at www.napanai.org. In Solano County, I&A will be handled by Faith In Action and they can be reached at (707) 469-6667. For a comprehensive list of Solano County senior resources, visit http://solanoaging.networkofcare.org/
This service connects people with private pay caregivers, and maintains a list of interested caregivers. In Napa County, this service is provided by Collabria Care (707) 253-4248. After July 1st, the Solano County Caregiver Registry will be discontinued.
This program provides case management services to seniors over sixty years of age. In Napa County, this service is provided by Collabria Care (707) 258-4248. For Case Management in Solano County, please call Redwood Caregivers at (707) 542-0282 or Choice in Aging at (925) 682-6330.
Health Promotion provides evidence-based programs to residents of both
Napa and Solano counties. For more information, please call the Information & Assistance coordinators at (707) 469-6675.
This program provides services related to quality of care and quality of
life for residents of long-term care facilities in Napa County. The Long Term Care Ombudsman can be reached at (707) 255-4236.
This program provides services related to quality of care and quality
of life for residents of long-term care facilities in Solano County. Ombudsman Services of Contra Costa & Solano will host this program. They can be reached at (707) 644-4194.
The PEAS program is for Solano County residents who are 60+ years and are in need of mental health case management to find or maintain a positive quality of life. They can be reached at (707) 708-0580 or https://choiceinaging.org/the-prevention-and-early-access-program-for-seniors-peas/.
The Napa Caregiver Permit program is managed by Napa County. Information online at https://www.countyofnapa.org/209/Caregiver-Permit-Program, by phone at (707) 253-8789 or by e-mailing: email@example.com. Caregiver permitting assistance can also be provided in person at 650 Imperial Way, Suite 101, Napa, CA 94559.
Daily lunch is provided in community settings and home delivered for those who are homebound. Meals contain 1/3 of the daily recommended nutrition for adults 60 years and older. For eligibility or to locate a congregate meal location, Napa County residents contact Community Action of Napa Valley, (707) 253-6100. Solano County residents contact Meals on Wheels Solano, (707) 426-3079.
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