Aging is something we all have in common

Aging in place, living with dignity, being part of a community, feeling safe, maintaining health and mobility, being able to aspire and achieve, and being able to exercise choice – these are expectations that all of us have as we age. Community-based supportive services are a necessary part of the equation in helping us meet the challenges of aging and live successfully in our communities. This is true now, and it will certainly be true in the future when every fifth person you meet will be over 65.


Engaging Policy Makers

We engage policy makers to advance solutions that improve older adults’ access to food, housing, healthcare, and the supportive services that have powerful positive impacts on their health and economic security.

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Building Bridges

We’re working to build partnerships between health care entities and community-based organizations in order to effectively address the social determinants of health.

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Working in Coalition

Working together in coalition and collaborating across silos and sectors, Senior Services Coalition is advancing policy change to strengthen the network of services that help older Alameda County residents live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives.

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Meaningful policy improvements must start by centering the experiences of real people.

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LAtest DEVELopments

March 24, 2023 – St. Mary’s Center has created an invaluable Senior Resource Guide that’ll provide information to help access services that have historically been too difficult to navigate – Food, Physical and Mental Health Services, Housing Services, Internet Access, Legal Services, Social Services, and Transportation. Visit the guide on their website by clicking here.

March 23, 2023 – Thanks to all who attended our virtual conference Making the Difference.  Speakers’ presentations, conference materials, and recordings are now available. Click here to access them.

November 30, 2022 – In November, we signed on to a public comment letter from Justice In Aging and Disability Rights California urging changes to California’s draft Final State Transition Plan so that older Home & Community-Based Services recipients do not lose access to essential services and housing. Click here to read the letter.

October 21, 2022 – We’ve updated our 2022 Bill List with outcomes from this legislative season. Click here to read it.

Save the date

Broadband for All, Digital Equity, and BEAD Planning Workshop

June 8 | 12pm-4:30pm

Oakstop – Broadway Event Hall
2323 Broadway | Oakland

For more information and to register, click here.