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Aging is something we have in common, no matter what age we are right now. Being part of a community, feeling safe, maintaining health and mobility – these are expectations that most of us have as we age. The Senior Services Coalition is working together to shape public policy for today, and for a future in which every fifth person you meet will be over 65.


Welcome!

 

The Senior Services Coalition web site is not for members only! It’s for all senior serving organizations, for policy makers, and for Alameda County stakeholders who care about seniors. It will help you learn about the issues and get involved in advocacy and policy change. The first step to getting involved is to subscribe to our Action Alerts and updates (fill out the subscribe box on the right). If you have questions or suggestions about content, features or other aspects of this site, please feel free to contact us.

Latest Developments

March 23, 2017 – We’ve added a new post on our media page from the East Bay Times: Help Save Meals on Wheels from U.S. Budget Cuts. Click here to read more.

March 22, 2017 – The aging services ecosystem in Alameda County is sustained in part through federal funding.  With recent changes in the political landscape, we knew that this funding might be at risk. Click here to read more.

March 22, 2017 – Those of you who didn’t attend the February 27 Board of Supervisors’ Joint Health & Human Services Committee may not know the outcome of the meeting. Click here to read more.

March 22, 2017 – SSC E-Update: Recent Developments

March 20, 2017 – We’ve added a new post on our media page from the Oakland Post: Uncertainty over Affordable Care Act Puts Older Adults in Limbo. Click here to read more.

March 20, 2017 – We’ve added a new post on our media page from The Washington Post: Meals on Wheels is ‘not showing any results’ only if you ignore all these results. Click here to read more.

February 28, 2017 – Our 2017 Policy Agenda is ready! Click here to read our priorities for actions and objectives for policy change.

February 20, 2017 – When Governor Brown released his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2017/18, he included in it a plan to discontinue the Coordinated Care Initiative. Why is this deeply concerning for us in Alameda County? Click here to read more.

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