San Fransico County Senior Clubs – California

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Kimochi Senior Center
1840 Sutter St Hall
San Francisco, CA   

The mission of Kimochi, Inc. is to provide a continuum of culturally-sensitive programs and services to all seniors and their families to preserve their dignity and independence, with a focus on the Japanese American and Japanese speaking community.

Elderwise of San Francisco
4620 California St
San Francisco, CA 

1 415-668-1823

Castro Senior Center
110 Diamond St
San Francisco, CA 

We are able to provide a wide range of daily activities that promote healthy living, and socialization. We offer a wide range of activities and services that promote independence, health and over all well being.

San Francisco Senior Center
890 Beach St,
San Francisco, CA

Through programs and personal outreach, we strive to allay the loneliness of isolation our members may experience in this period of quarantine, and pledge to be a stable, familiar force for them in an unfamiliar time. Ultimately, we strive to nurture, maintain and continue to build what is our shared sense of community through these efforts. 

OMI Senior Center 
65 Beverly St,
San Francisco, CA 

OMI Senior Center provides a friendly and welcoming environment offering daily activities for seniors and disabled adults. This multi-purpose community center provides participants with a hot nutritious lunch, computers with Internet access, translation services, and social programs such as arts and crafts, singing, exercising, dancing, educational seminars, and day trips.

Richmond Senior Center
6221 Geary Blvd #3
San Francisco, CA

 1 415-752-6444

Curry Senior Center
333 Turk St
San Francisco, CA

At Curry Senior Center we make sure our seniors stay in their homes and their communities. We offer integrated health care, housing, case management support, meals and community activities for all seniors, especially our most vulnerable, low income or homeless.

John King Senior Community
500 Raymond Ave
San Francisco, CA 

John King Senior Community is comprised of 91 senior-restricted rental units affordable to those with incomes below 50 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). The community includes an on-site senior center as well as a child care center, making it one of the few, if not the only, truly intergeneration projects in the Bay Area.

Golden Gate Park Senior Center
6101 Fulton St,
San Francisco, CA

The Golden Gate Park Senior Center is a recreation center dedicated to the enjoyment of quality activities for all seniors age 55 and over. Our goal is to provide seniors with programs to improve/maintain their physical, intellectual, and social well being. We offer classes to seniors, who are interested in dancing, exercise, bridge games, art classes, bingo, language classes, and more. 

Rosa Parks Senior Center
1111 Buchanan St
San Francisco, CA 

Our programs, which are open to all seniors and persons with disabilities, include three senior centers, nutritious meals, information/ referral, case management, adult day health care, money management, a senior ex-offender program and housing advocacy.

Filipino Senior Resource Center
953 Mission St # 61
San Francisco, CA

Our vision for PSRC is to be the stable, sustainable and capable organization that Filipino Seniors can go to for services that will promote their physical and mental health.

Openhouse LGBT Senior Housing, Community & Services
65 Laguna St
San Francisco, CA

Openhouse is committed to creating a safe environment to encourage and support community members to share our diverse perspectives and identities to foster dynamic community engagement.

Mission Creek Senior
930 4th St
San Francisco, CA 

Mercy Housing is redefining affordable, low-income housing. We’re a national nonprofit organization that is working to build a more humane world where communities are healthy and all people can develop their full potential.

South Sunset Communiy Center
2601 40th Ave
San Francisco, CA 

We provide trustworthy and devoted care for seniors to promote their independence, dignity and self-worth. Our non-profit services and companionship help guide seniors to wellness and happiness. We want to contribute to longer, healthier, more purposeful lives for seniors.

On Lok 30th Street Senior Center
225 30th St 3rd floor, 
San Francisco, CA

At the senior center, seniors can find a wide range of activities to match their interests and health and wellness goals.

Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center
1751 Carroll Ave
San Francisco, CA 

Our programs, which are open to all seniors and persons with disabilities, include three senior centers, nutritious meals, information/ referral, case management, adult day health care, money management, a senior ex-offender program and housing advocacy.

Canon Kip Senior Center
705 Natoma St,
San Francisco, CA 

The Canon Kip Senior Center (CKSC) is San Francisco’s only senior center in the South of Market Street (SOMA) neighborhood, and serves a population from ages 60 on up, as well as adults with disabilities. 

St. Francis Living Room
350 Golden Gate Ave
San Francisco, CA 

The mission of the St. Francis Living Room is to improve the quality of life for low income and homeless seniors in the Tenderloin. A small part-time staff, committed Board, and dedicated volunteers work to provide a safe haven for social interaction, healthy breakfast, and connection to community services such as housing, health and wellness, and clothing.

Centro Latino De San Francisco
1656 15th St,
San Francisco, CA 

We have grown into a full-service community center providing a wide range of life sustaining and enrichment services for over 2,000 low-income, multi-ethnic elderly, adults with disabilities, families and immigrants.

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