Alameda County Senior Clubs – California

Alameda County Senior Clubs

Alameda Mastick Senior Center
1155 Santa Clara Ave
Alameda, CA

Provides a variety of programs and services in the areas of health, education, and recreation to meet the needs of adults age 50 and older. 

Senior Services Coalition
Alameda County, CA  

The Senior Services Coalition of Alameda County is committed to advocating for policy change that improves the lives of seniors in Alameda County. Aging in place, living with dignity, being part of a community, feeling safe, maintaining health and mobility, being able to exercise choice – these are expectations that all of us have as we age.

Emeryville Senior Center
4321 Salem Street
Emeryville, CA 

The mission of the Senior Center is to provide a comprehensive array of activities and services that promote healthy aging and contribute to the physical, emotional, and financial well-being of older adults in our community. 

40086 Paseo Padre Pkwy
Fremont, CA 

Social services and activities.

On Lok PACE Peralta Center
3683 Peralta Blvd.
Fremont, CA

We believe that every individual is empowered to age with dignity and independence. Our mission is to relentlessly pursue quality of life and quality of care for older adults and their families.

Livermore Senior Center
4444 East Avenue
Livermore, CA 

To improve the quality of life for Livermore’s older adults and their families by educating and advocating for health and social services while providing recreation, socialization, and meaningful volunteer opportunities to encourage active and healthy lives. 

Clark W. Redeker Newark Senior Center
7401 Enterprise Dr
Newark, CA

 For Ages 55+.  Membership & most activities are free! 

The United Seniors of Oakland and Alameda County
7200 Bancroft Ave., Suite 270
Oakland, CA

To provide institutional support for Seniors, to collectively participate in the public arena, to act from a position of strength, to enable the elderly to address the critical issues, and to change the conditions that impact their lives.”

Adult & Senior Services, County of Alameda
1221 Oak Street, Suite 555
Oakland, CA 

Senior Services.

The Hong Fook Community-Based Adult Services Centers
275- 14th Street
Oakland, CA

We help frail elderly and adults with disabilities regain their ability to live independently and ease the need for family care by providing health services and therapeutic activities in a safe and supportive environment.

Downtown Oakland Senior Center
200 Grand Ave
Oakland, CA 

Downtown Oakland Senior Center focuses on providing seniors with innovative programs and services that address the physical, mental, and emotional well being of older adults.

St. Mary’s Center 
925 Brockhurst St.
Oakland, CA

St. Mary’s Center provides help in an effort to assist eligible seniors or disabled persons. Assistance programs are administered from the “One-Stop” center run by the organization, often in partnership with social service agencies or local non-profits in Oakland California. The goal is to help people remain safely in their own homes or provide them with transportation to medical care and other services.

East Bay Korean-American Senior Center
1723 Telegraph Ave
Oakland, CA

The East Bay Korean-American Senior Services Center is committed to serving the Korean and Korean-American elderly population of the East Bay.  To this end, the Center provides access to community resources and public assistance programs and facilitating Korean language communication is a particular focus.  

Empowered Aging
7677 Oakport Street
Oakland, CA 

Empowered Aging programs offer integrated and coordinated responses to critical issues facing our elders. We focus on the building blocks for a safe, healthy life and strong community.

Pleasanton Senior Center
5353 Sunol Blvd
Pleasanton, CA 

Senior services and activities.

Ashland Community Center
1530 167th Avenue
San Leandro, CA

Programs for older adults provides activities such as Spectrum Lunch Program, health and wellness speakers, board games, trivia, themed bingo, exercises, hot topics and social service presentations.

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