Senior Services

Comprehensive Services

East Bay

Suse Moyal Center for Older Adult Services – Alameda County

Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay 2484 Shattuck Ave., Suite 210 Berkeley, CA 94704
rclancy@jfcs-eastbay.org www.jfcs-eastbay.org
Director of adult services Rita Clancy, LCSW

Personalized care for older adults and caregiving families. Home care, consultations with geriatric specialists, care management, support groups, educational events, senior information line, counseling, Holocaust survivor services and volunteer matching. Helping older adults stay healthy, connected and independent.

San Francisco

Institute on Aging

3575 Geary Blvd. Fax: 930 Tamalpais Ave. San Francisco/San Rafael, CA 94118
(415) 750-4111 Fax: (415) 750-5338 connect@ioaging.org www.ioaging.org
J. Thomas Briody

Dignity shouldn't fade away when one gets older or sick or struck by disability. This nonprofit institute has been enabling seniors and adults with disabilities to continue living at home independently, safely and connected to the community. It was founded at Mt. Zion Hospital 40 years ago. Annually, more than 8,000 people benefit from its innovative programs.

Marin

Institute on Aging – Marin

930 Tamalpais Ave. San Rafael, CA 94901
(415) 750-4111 Fax: (415) 750-5338 www.ioaging.org
President President: J. Thomas Briody, MHSc
Vice president, home care and support services Abby Bourhis

Dignity shouldn't fade away when one gets older or sick or struck by disability. This nonprofit institute has been enabling seniors and adults with disabilities to continue living at home independently, safely and connected to the community. It was founded at Mt. Zion Hospital 40 years ago. Annually, more than 8,000 people benefit from its innovative programs.

Peninsula

Institute on Aging – North Peninsula

1660 South Amphlett Blvd., Suite 330 San Mateo, CA 94402
(650) 424 -1411 connect@ioaging.org www.ioaging.org
President J. Thomas Briody, MHSc
Vice president, home care and support services Abby Bourhis

Dignity shouldn't fade away when one gets older or sick or struck by disability. This nonprofit institute has been enabling seniors and adults with disabilities to continue living at home independently, safely and connected to the community. It was founded at Mt. Zion Hospital 40 years ago. Annually, more than 8,000 people benefit from its innovative programs.

Peninsula

Institute on Aging – South Peninsula

881 Fremont Ave., Suite A2 , CA Los Altos, CA 94024
(650) 424-1411 connect@ioaging.org www.ioaging.org
President J. Thomas Briody, MHSc
Vice president, home care and support services Abby Bourhis

Dignity shouldn't fade away when one gets older or sick or struck by disability. This nonprofit institute has been enabling seniors and adults with disabilities to continue living at home independently, safely and connected to the community. It was founded at Mt. Zion Hospital 40 years ago. Annually, more than 8,000 people benefit from its innovative programs.

South Bay

Institute on Aging – South Santa Clara County

connect@ioaging.org www.ioaging.org
President J. Thomas Briody, MHSc
Vice president, home care and support services Abby Bourhis

Dignity shouldn't fade away when one gets older or sick or struck by disability. This nonprofit institute has been enabling seniors and adults with disabilities to continue living at home independently, safely and connected to the community. It was founded at Mt. Zion Hospital 40 years ago. Annually, more than 8,000 people benefit from its innovative programs.

East Bay

Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay

1855 Olympic Blvd. Fax: Suite 200 Walnut Creek, CA 94596
(925) 927-2000/ (510) 558-7800 Fax: (510) 704-7494 rclancy@jfcs-eastbay.org www.jfcs-eastbay.org
Director of adult services Rita Clancy, LCSW

Personalized care for older adults and caregiving families. Home care, consultations with geriatric specialists, care management, support groups, educational events, senior information line, counseling, Holocaust survivor services and volunteer matching. Helping older adults stay healthy, connected and independent.

South Bay

Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley

14855 Oka Road, Suite 202 Los Gatos, CA 95032
(408) 357-7450 Fax: (408) 551-0091 jfs@jfssv.org www.jfssv.org/aging-with-dignity-services.html
Avital Agam, BSW
Coordinator of Holocaust survivor and emigre services Galina Chyorny (408) 357-7458

Home care, case management, support groups, referral to residential facilities, caregiver/bereavement support, volunteer program, care coordination, homemaker registry, counseling, emergency assistance, ESL, volunteer opportunities.

Bay Area

Seniors At Home

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St., P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.SeniorsAtHome.org
Traci Dobronravova Central intake: (415) 449-3777/ TDD: (415) 345-1927 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org
Associate director Traci Dobronravova (415) 449-3777 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org

The senior services division of Jewish Family and Children's Services helps seniors live safer, healthier, and more independent lives. Comprehensive and award-winning services include home care, palliative and end-of-life care, health-care advocacy, care management, individual counseling, fiduciary services, conservatorship, spiritual care, grief support groups, transportation and cleaning services, caregiver support, Holocaust survivor services and more.

Marin: (415) 507-0564
Palo Alto: (650) 688-3000
San Mateo: (650) 931-1860
Sonoma: (707) 303-1530

Bay Area

Seniors At Home – Bereavement and Healing Program

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St. Fax: P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Central intake: (415) 449-3777 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.SeniorsAtHome.org
Director Traci Dobronravova, MSW

Emotional support for individuals and families of all faiths and backgrounds who are experiencing grief and loss. Services include one-on-one counseling, spiritual support and bereavement support groups.

Bay Area

Seniors At Home – Care Management/Healthcare Advocacy

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St. Fax: P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Central intake: (415) 449-3777/ TDD: (415) 345-1927 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.SeniorsAtHome.org
Director Traci Dobronravova, MSW

Professional care managers can help navigate the health care system, coordinate all aspects of care, solve problems and advocate on a senior’s behalf by communicating with physicians, hospitals and family.

Bay Area

Seniors at Home – Center of Dementia Care

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St. Fax: P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Central intake: (415) 449-3777/ TDD: (415) 345-1927 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.SeniorsAtHome.org/Dementia-Care
Director Traci Dobronravova, MSW

Dementia experts provide practical and emotional support to families and caregivers of those with dementia-related conditions, as well as personalized care to those affected.

Bay Area

Seniors At Home – Conservatorship

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St. Fax: P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Central intake: (415) 449-3777 TDD: (415) 345-1927 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.SeniorsAtHome.org
Director Traci Dobronravova, MSW

When needed, the agency can be the court-appointed conservator to care for individuals who are at significant physical, emotional and financial risk.

Bay Area

Seniors At Home – Fiduciary Services/ Money Management

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St. Fax: P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Central intake: (415) 449-3777/ TDD: (415) 345-1927 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.SeniorsAtHome.org
Director Traci Dobronravova, MSW

Licensed professionals help older adults manage money safely and wisely including bill paying, deposits, medical claims and more. Available in the East Bay and Peninsula, San Francisco, Marin and Sonoma counties.

Jewish Family and Children's Services can assist with current fiduciary needs and may be nominated in legal estate planning documents for future fiduciary services, including Durable Power of Attorney, Trustee, Executor, or Conservator of Person and Estate.

 

 

Bay Area

Seniors At Home – Geriatric Research and Training

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St. Fax: P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Central intake: (415) 449-3777/ TDD: (415) 345-1927 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.SeniorsAtHome.org
Director Traci Dobronravova, MSW

Research into effective, cost-efficient methods of helping seniors maintain their independence; training for medical office personnel serving the elderly.

Bay Area

Seniors At Home – Home Care

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St. Fax: P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Central intake: (415) 449-3777/ TDD: (415) 345-1927 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.seniorsathome.org
Associate director Traci Dobronravova, MSW

Compassionate, highly trained caregivers assist individuals of all ages recovering from an illness or hospitalization and help seniors manage daily life. Services are personalized to individual needs.

Caregivers can help with personal care such as dressing and bathing, as well as with homemaking, meal preparation, transportation, and companionship.

Bay Area

Seniors At Home – Kosher Meals on Wheels

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St., P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Central intake: (415) 449-3777/ TDD: (415) 345-1927 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.seniorsathome.jfcs.org/services/transportation-meals-cleaning
Director Traci Dobronravova, MSW

Home-delivered meal service is available to seniors in San Francisco who are homebound and have a preference for kosher food. A nutritionally balanced, hot kosher lunch can be delivered to the homes of eligible clients up to five times a week.

Bay Area

Seniors At Home – Long-Distance Senior Care

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 2150 Post St. Fax: P.O. Box 159004 San Francisco, CA 94115
Central intake: (415) 449-3777/ TDD: (415) 345-1927 Fax: (415) 449-3742 Info@SeniorsAtHome.org www.SeniorsAtHome.org
Associate director Traci Dobronravova, MSW

Through ties to more than 100 family-service agencies across the United States, this services helps connect families to needed services for their elderly loved ones living in other cities.

Cultural & Social

Health Advocacy

Independent Living Support

San Francisco

CJS – Community for Jewish Seniors

Chabad of Cole Valley 1336 Willard St., Apt. D San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 598-8718 www.chabadcv.org/CJS
Rabbi Nosson Potash

Chaya Potash


Provides volunteer,  visitation, and Shabbat and holiday services at senior-care facilities and to independent seniors living in San Francisco.  Currently servicing 15 senior care facilities. A project of Chabad of Cole Valley.

Peninsula

Get Up & Go Transportation and Activity Program

Peninsula Jewish Community Center 800 Foster City Blvd. Foster City, CA 94404
(650) 378-2750/ Main: (650) 212-PJCC (7522) Fax: (650)378-2799 jskinner@pjcc.org www.pjcc.org
Jane Skinner

Providing transportation within San Mateo County for older adults who no longer drive to go to medical appointments, food shopping, personal appointments and occasional group outings. Shared ride service is available for $6 round trip or $3 one way. Reservations are required no later than the Wednesday of the week prior to the date of service. Escorts are available. Ongoing need for volunteer drivers.

Residential

South Bay

Belmont Village of San Jose

500 South Winchester Blvd. San Jose, CA 95128
(408) 984-4767 Fax: (408) 984-0767 www.belmontvillage.com/locations/san-jose-california

Provides residents with a variety of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. Guided by university experts, the community features a blend of distinctive amenities combined with a well-respected assisted living program. Residents enjoy chef-prepared meals, bistro, concierge, fitness and therapy services, and a computer center. Individuals with mild cognitive impairment benefit from an evidence-based memory program.

South Bay

Belmont Village of Sunnyvale

1039 East El Camino Real Sunnyvale, CA 94087
(408) 720-8498 Fax: (408) 720-8499 www.belmontvillage.com/locations/sunnyvale-california

Provides residents with a variety of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. Guided by university experts, the community features a blend of distinctive amenities combined with a well-respected assisted living program. Residents enjoy chef-prepared meals, bistro, concierge, fitness and therapy services, and a computer center. Individuals with mild cognitive impairment benefit from an evidence-based memory program.

South Bay

BridgePoint at Los Altos

Kisco Senior Living 1174 Los Altos Ave. Los Altos, CA 94022
(855) 885-6984 www.lifeatbridgepoint.com

A community of 136 apartments, located less than two miles from the Stanford Shopping Center. The goal is to provide an environment of independence where residents may choose from a variety of personalized care options and services. Retirement and assisted-living apartments. License #435200989.

East Bay

Byron Park

Kisco Senior Living 1700 Tice Valley Blvd. Walnut Creek, CA 94595
(855) 885-6987 www.LifeatByronPark.com

With 187 independent and assisted-living apartments, nestled among rolling hills and located just minutes from downtown Walnut Creek, this is a full-service senior living community that offers many options: 14 different floor plans to reflect individual personalities; spacious apartments, each with a deck or patio to inspire horticultural talents; an award-winning wellness program, heated pool and spa; and personalized assisted-living care options. License #075601546.

South Bay

Chai House

814 Saint Elizabeth Drive San Jose, CA 95126
(408) 947-1818/ (800) 807-3646 Fax: (408) 947-1839 chaihouse1@jsco.net www.chaihouse.org
Manager John Stuart Co.

Independent living for moderate-income seniors. Apartments with full kitchens. Kosher meal program. Dinners Monday-Friday. 24-hour emergency response. Onsite health center. Social, recreational and cultural programs.

Marin

Drake Terrace

Kisco Senior Living 275 Los Ranchitos Road San Rafael, CA 94903
(855) 885-6988 www.LifeatDrakeTerrace.com

A full-service senior living community of 123 apartments located in San Rafael, just a short drive north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Offering independent, assisted-living and memory-care apartments. License #216801028.

San Francisco

Jewish Home

302 Silver Ave. San Francisco, CA 94112
(415) 334-2500 Fax: (415) 334-4375 www.jhsf.org
President & CEO Daniel Ruth
Senior communications officer Ilana Glaun (415) 562-2673 iglaun@jslg.org

Licensed Medicare/Medi-Cal skilled nursing facility providing seniors with comprehensive round-the-clock services, including short-term and rehabilitation services and acute psychiatric care, in a traditional Jewish setting.

Marin

L’Chaim House I

777 Montecillo Road San Rafael, CA 94903
Corporate office: (415) 435-1395 Fax: (415) 435-1762 lchaimhouse@aol.com www.lchaimhouse.com
Administrator Cary Kopstein (415) 816-2826

Two small, highly personalized assisted-living residences in elegant surroundings, now in its 11th year. Each is a safe, single-level Eichler home for six, providing high-level personalized care for residents. Two caregivers are on duty during waking hours in each home.  A wide array of enriching interactive daily activities are offered both at home and out in the Marin community. Daily exercise, tai chi, yoga, hand and foot massage, music and visits to JCC, senior center and cultural events are included in one reasonable monthly fee. Transportation to medical and dental appointments. Kosher kitchen, dementia care and family Shabbat services. For many years, a winner of  J. Readers' Choice award as the No. 1 Jewish retirement residence in Marin County. Online color brochure and website offer a complete description.

Marin

L’Chaim House II

463 Nova Albion Way San Rafael, CA 94903
Corporate office: (415) 435-1395 Fax: (415) 435-1762 lchaimhouse@aol.com www.lchaimhouse.com
Administrator Cary Kopstein (415) 816-2826

 

Two small, highly personalized assisted-living residences in elegant surroundings, now in its 11th year. Each is a safe, single-level Eichler home for six, providing high-level personalized care for residents. Two caregivers are on duty during waking hours in each home.  A wide array of enriching interactive daily activities are offered both at home and out in the Marin community. Daily exercise, tai chi, yoga, hand and foot massage, music,  and visits to JCC, senior center and cultural events are included in one reasonable monthly fee. Transportation to medical and dental appointments. Kosher kitchen, dementia care and family Shabbat services. For many years, a winner of  J. Readers' Choice award as the No. 1 Jewish  retirement residence in Marin County. Online color brochure and website offer a complete description.

Peninsula

Moldaw Residences at 899 Charleston

899 E. Charleston Road Palo Alto, CA 94303
(650) 433-3600 www.899Charleston.org
Director of sales Kitty Haag
Sales coordinator Naazmin Khan

Part of the Taube-Koret Campus for Jewish Life in Palo Alto, which includes a JCC and cultural arts hall, this residence provides independent living, assisted living and memory support.

Peninsula

Peninsula Del Rey Senior Living

165 Pierce St. Daly City, CA 94015
(650) 468-2735 PDRmarketing@SRG-LLC.com www.peninsuladelrey.com

A retirement community on the Peninsula where residents can enjoy an engaging blend of comfort, style, fine dining, endless social opportunities as well as wellness and recreational choices.    With easy access to highways 280 and 101 for visiting family and friends, the facility provides spacious, maintenance-free studio suites plus one- and two-bedroom residences complete with fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, weekly housekeeping and individual heating controls.  A licensed assisted-living program provides three meals daily, plus assistance with daily living activities and so much more.    Convenient underground parking also available. Accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities).

San Francisco

Rhoda Goldman Plaza

2180 Post St. San Francisco, CA 94115
(415) 345-5060 Fax: (415) 345-5061 info@rgplaza.org www.RGPlaza.org
Managing director of marketing Candiece Milford
Executive director Ira Kurtz

Rhoda Goldman Plaza’s focus is on Living Well With Assistance. Spacious apartments, chef-prepared gourmet cuisine, dynamic programming, and memory care continue to be the industry benchmark.

Marin

Shalom House

566 Wakerobin Lane San Rafael, CA 94903-2419
(415) 491-0604
Pilar de Olave
 (415) 491-0604

Small homelike facility offers assisted-living, Alzheimer's care for the elderly, providing a supportive environment with personalized, respectful care. Home-cooked meals, fine recreational program. Dementia and hospice waivers.

Peninsula

The Peninsula Regent

1 Baldwin Ave. San Mateo, CA 94401
(650) 425-4239 bryan@peninsularegent.com www.peninsularegent.com

Full-service condominiums for ages 60+  where residents can turn retirement into a renaissance through new relationships and adventures. They can explore the freedom that comes from easy, resort-style living, surrounded by classic amenities, impeccable service, engaging activities and stimulating companionship, all within walking distance of downtown San Mateo. The facility strives to provide independence, security and peace of mind to residents.

East Bay

The Reutlinger Community

4000 Camino Tassajara Danville, CA 94506
(925) 648-2800 Fax: (925) 648-2801 www.rcjl.org
Director of marketing/admissions Carla Adamic
President and CEO Jay Zimmer

A premier senior living residence offering high-quality care in assisted living, enhanced assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing. Also offering short-term and long-term rehabilitation, and top East Bay recovery for joint-replacement surgery. Multiple levels of care serve a vast array of needs in one community. Licensed nurses are on duty in all areas 24/7. Currently, the community is undergoing a $10 million renovation, which includes new dining areas, living areas, and common spaces. Providing fine kosher dining, with a renowned chef, Alison Negrin. Offering residents superior activities, as well as physical and spiritual health and social programs. Under the direction of Betty Rothaus, MFA, all residents have the opportunity to express themselves through painting, dancing and acting. An in-house physical therapy room offers residents one-on-one training to recover or stave off injuries, and in a common room and café, residents can play games, mingle and listen to guest speakers. A full-time rabbi is on staff.

San Francisco

The Sequoias – Portola Valley

NCPHS 501 Portola Road Portola Valley, CA 94028
(650) 851-1501/ (415) 351-7956 www.sequoias-pv.org
Janey Dobson, MPH

Located just six miles from Stanford Hospital and clinics, this community is situated on 42 serene and parklike acres in the hills, yet convenient to city life. An accredited life-care community offering independent, assisted-living, skilled nursing and memory care in a modern facility. License #410500567, COA #075.

San Francisco

The Sequoias – San Francisco

NCPHS 1400 Geary Blvd. San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 922-9700/ (415) 351-7956 www.sequoias-sf.org
Janey Dobson, MPH

Located in the heart of San Francisco's cultural corridor, this continuing-care community provides independent, assisted-living, skilled nursing and memory care in a setting convenient to the city's museums, opera and symphony. License #380500593, COA#097.

Marin

The Tamalpais – Greenbrae

NCPHS 501 Via Casitas Greenbrae, CA 94904
(415) 461-2300/ (415) 351-7956 www.thetam.org
Janey Dobson, MPH

Marin's only accredited life-care community offers respite, short-term rehabilitative, skilled nursing and hospice care in its health care center.  Located in the heart of Marin near Marin General Hospital; accommodations offer views of the bay and mountains.  Call for information or to schedule a tour. License #210102761, COA#099.