An accredited university offering a wide variety of classes for adults of all ages.
Phone: (415) 457-4440
The Emeritus Students College of Marin (ESCOM) is an association dedicated to the promotion and participation of lifelong learners. There are currently about 600 members who use the two ESCOM offices, on Kentfield campus and Indian Vallley campus in Novato. Membership of $15 includes a monthly...
Phone: (415) 485-9652
Marin County Department of Health and Human Services Division of Aging and Adult Services: Adult Protective Services (APS)
The Division of Aging and Adult Services administers Adult Protective Services (APS). The APS program provides services to protect, prevent, and remedy abuse of elders and dependent adults. APS strives to reduce risk, maintain and enhance quality of life, promote self sufficiency and respect the...
Phone: (415) 473-2774
Funded in part by a generous grant from the Osher Foundation, this program is designed to provide intellectually stimulating opportunities for 50+ adults in our community. Non-credit courses provide you with the intellectual challenge of academic programs minus the stress of grades, tests, or...
Phone: (415) 458-3763
Information and education regarding heart disease and stroke. Local Events are posted on the American Heart Associtation North Bay website. For CPR classes please call (877) 242-4277
Phone: (707) 890-3590
WMSS provides supportive services to frail and elderly seniors to help them remain as independent as possible in their homes. WMSS provides comprehensive Care Management by assessing the needs of seniors at risk, creating individual care plans, screening and placing home care workers, engaging...
Phone: (415) 663-8148 x101
Health Education Centers have resources for learning about staying healthy, preventing disease, and treating medical conditions. We offer written materials, videos, selected computer services, and information about classes and other programs to help you reach your prevention goals.
Phone: (415) 444-2173
At Skyview Day Club, individuals all along the memory loss spectrum—from early symptoms to those with more advanced dementia—enjoy exceptional daytime programming in a warm and welcoming community. Whether you love to go out exploring or prefer to stay in enjoying music and the arts, Skyview Day...
Phone: (415) 449-3777
JAN provides free consultation services designed to increase the employability of people with disabilities by: providing individualized worksite accommodations solutions; providing technical assistance regarding the ADA and other disability related legislation; and educating callers about self-...
Phone: (800) 526-7234
FiftyPlus is the premier place for women 50 and older to take control of their career. Our 'free' workshops and ongoing support can help you develop new skills, build your confidence and find your next job. Whether you're unemployed, coming back to the workforce after a break, or just looking to...
Phone: (415) 479-9922
Our philosophy and mission is to ensure an accessible and welcoming environment for individuals with disabilities while ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations. Student Accessibility Services at College of Marin provides equitable access to education to students with a wide range...
Phone: (415) 485-9406
Educational programs for seniors 55 and older. Offers short-term academic/travel experiences all over the world and in the USA.
Phone: (800) 454-5768
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a community service and work based training program for older workers. Authorized by Older Americans Act, the program provides subsidized, service-based training for low-income persons 55 or older who are unemployed and have poor...
Phone: (415) 473-3329
Individualized employment plans are created with an assigned counselor to determine employment goal, based on history and needs for education/tuition, job training, job development & job coaching services. Resources can include clothing for work, transportation assistance, interpreter...
Phone: (415) 893-7702
The AARP Driver Safety Program is the nation's first and largest refresher course for drivers age 50 and older that has helped millions of drivers remain safe on today's roads. In-person and online courses available.
Phone: (888) 687-2277
The Albert J. Boro Community Center and Picklewood Library, located in Picklewood Park, provides space for community meetings, events, after school, literacy, technology, education, library, social and recreation activities and programs. The building has a 6,000-volume library, 16-station...
Phone: (415) 485-3077
The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.
Phone: (415) 427-8000
The goals of our Aquatic Therapeutic Programs are to provide a variety of exercises and movements that support recovery of normal physical activities and promote rehabilitation and/or maintenance of quality of life for individuals with chronic medical conditions. Indoor 90 degree pool and...
Phone: (415) 444-8000
The Osher Marin JCC is a place where people can enhance their lives through various activities that reflect the unique values of Jewish history and culture.
Phone: (415) 444-8000
Bloom, formerly known as Image for Success (IFS), is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing two-week wardrobes for economically disadvantaged men, women, and children residing in Marin County, CA. Our clients are among the low income or working poor populations who are referred by...
Phone: (415) 482-6077
Assist’s and provides insurance for unemployed and disabled seniors.
Phone: (800) 480-3287
, Phone: (866) 658-8846
Information can be found by visiting www.careerpointnorthbay.org.
Phone: (415) 966-0860
Provides services for battered women. Emergency assistance and emotional support in both English and Spanish is provided (24 hours, 365 days a year) by trained hotline volunteers assisting in problem solving, personal safety, and police intervention. Hotline staff also assist in obtaining...
Phone: (415) 924-6616
We lead a comprehensive community effort to end the #1 violent crime in Marin County: domestic violence. We provide transformational services and programs that protect and enhance victim safety, and ultimately engage our community in permanent change. These include: emergency assistance and...
Phone: (415) 924-6616
For 50 years, the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership has been advancing nonprofits and volunteerism by strengthening leadership, encouraging innovation, and empowering individuals in our community.
Phone: (415) 479-5710
Residential services provide the ideal environment in which to treat individuals with serious addictions. Center Point's residential programs and services provide structured, comprehensive whole-person care to women and children, to adults, and to adolescents. Center Point operates a 22-bed...
Phone: (415) 456-6655
Minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge in beautiful Marin County, you’ll find COGIR of San Rafael, a warm, welcoming and secure Memory Care community. Here, amid lovely outdoor spaces and scenic North Bay views, the focus is on each individual resident—creating a safe, friendly environment for...
Phone: (415) 472-6530
College of Marin is an accredited community college offering classes for personal enrichment and professional development.
Phone: (415) 457-8811 x415
ESCOM is designed to serve the unique needs of older adults who are dedicated to the principles of quality of life, lifelong learning, and personal growth. ESCOM is an integral part of College of Marin Community Education. Basic to ESCOM is the concept of democratic decision making and planning...
Phone: (415) 485-9652
A credit class fitness program based on exercising, stretching, yoga, swimming, body work and weight lifting, developed in accordance with each student’s physician’s recommendation. Emphasis is on physical fitness, body tone and coordination. May enroll in 1/2 to 3 units per semester. A variety...
Phone: (415) 485-9406
Provides a variety of classes that focus on strength building, balance and stamina.
Phone: (415) 457-8811
Offers students, former students, and community members a vast resource for finding temporary, part-time, and full-time employment locally, nationally, and internationally. Also, a Housing Reader Board is available with resources for obtaining housing in Marin County.
Phone: (415) 485-9410
Provides programs designed to end sexual assault and family violence through prevention, crisis services and treatment. Community Violence Solutions‘‘ Rape Crisis Center responds to more than 1,300 requests for help each year. Staff and trained volunteers are on call to provide support both by...
Phone: (800) 670-7273 x415
In partnership with the community, we are dedicated to ending sexual assault and family violence through prevention, crisis services and treatment. We provide free services to child and adult victims of sexual assault, as well as their families and friends. Some of the services provided:...
Phone: (415) 259-2850
Our program is for young adults between the ages of 18-30 who are ready to further their education and gain valuable paid work experience and job skills all in one place, free of cost. We are always accepting applications and encourage walk-ins. Our business hours are 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday...
Phone: (415) 454-4554
The Recreation Department consists of the staff and resources to manage leisure activities and recreation facilities. Under Recreation Director Jacqueline Branch, they plan the acquisition, development and implementation of facilities and programs, and assist community organizations in providing...
Phone: (415) 927-5072
Covia (formerly named Episcopal Senior Communities) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1965 that operates continuing care retirement communities, affordable housing sites, and outreach services in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, Monterey, Sonoma, Santa Clara and Marin...
Phone: (415) 899-8296
, Phone: (414) 899-8297
Covia develops community partnerships which provide outreach, education and advocacy programs for older adults 60+, family caregivers, service providers. Our partners cover topics such as identity theft, healthy eating, fall prevention, memory screening, and happiness.
Phone: (415) 899-8296
Covia offers several volunteer opportunities for individuals looking to engage with older adults 60+. The programs currently seeking volunteers include Home Delivered Grocery Program in San Rafael or Novato, Yardwork Program, Brown Bag Program, Market Day, Social Call, and Well Connected. To...
Phone: (415) 899-8296
Drake Terrace allows you the freedom to express yourself as you continue to learn and grow in this enriching environment. Whether you choose Independent Living, Assisted Living, or Memory Care, you will have many opportunities to participate in the heart and soul of this vibrant community....
Phone: (415) 491-1935
WE BELIEVE TOGETHER IS BETTER
We promote wellbeing for older people and create environments where they can live safe and connected lives.
We are grateful for the opportunity to serve older people and work to make growing older easier.
We believe in delivering...
Phone: (415) 906-3467
Empowerment Clubhouse offers a safe and restorative community where individuals working toward mental health recovery become empowered through meaningful work and supportive relationships. Empowerment Clubhouse is structured based on the Clubhouse Model, which is included on the Substance Abuse...
Phone: (415) 339-2837
Foster Grandparents devote their volunteer service entirely to elementary and middle school students. Teams of Foster Grandparents volunteers tutor and mentor students, provide classroom assistance, and help out in after school programs in schools in San Rafael. Additionally, volunteers often...
Phone: (415) 464-1767
Provides Tai Chi classes designed to improve circulation and balance, and help to maintain good health throughout life.
Phone: (415) 479-7581
Phone: (415) 575-2101
Founded in 1977, Halleck Creek Ranch invites people with disabilities, and their families, to live a “Life without barriers” through the beneficial activity of therapeutic horseback riding. Horseback riding promotes a unique sense of freedom and mobility, allowing riders to imagine the future,...
Phone: (415) 662-2488
A Heaven House is a board and care home located in San Rafael, CA that offers a intimate environment. At a board and care home, residents can expect to receive a higher staff-to-resident ratio, compared to that of a larger senior living community, while also enjoying transportation arrangement...
Phone: (415) 472-2679
, Phone: (201) 694-4144
Our Mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Our Strategy is to create environments where people are encouraged and equipped to pursue intimacy with God, grow in community, and invest in others.
Phone: (415) 924-2297
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Stimulates cooperation among all civic, religious, social, and fraternal organizations to bring about a better understanding and acceptance of the physically disabled by able-bodied citizens. Recreation and social activities for handicapped persons.
Phone: (415) 924-3549