We can all help prevent suicide. The hotline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Call (415) 499-1100
(For grief support call 415-499-1195)
Phone: (415) 499-1100
Vivalon's CarePool Program: Be a local Hero by becoming a Volunteer Driver for Vivalon's CarePool Program! CarePool is a vital transportation service for older adults in Marin County. Our Volunteer Drivers take them to medical appointments, grocery shopping, and to...
Phone: (415) 456-9062
Marin Access Paratransit provides pre-scheduled bus transportation for persons with disabilities who cannot independently use regular Marin Transit or Golden Gate Transit bus service some or all of the time.
With this service, riders who cannot access our regular fixed routes can still...
Phone: (415) 454-0902
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
The point of entry to Homeward Bound’s ADULT Services Program. Mill Street Center is a year-round emergency shelter for individuals experiencing homelessness in Marin County with a robust array of housing-focused services to help people secure stable housing. Mill Street accommodates 55 people...
Phone: (415) 457-9651
, Phone: (800) 428-1488
Pick up free, weekly groceries at many locations in San Francisco and Marin. Items include fresh produce, protein, and shelf stable items. Please be prepared to bring your photo ID and a proof of address if the address on your ID is not current. Go to foodlocator.sfmfoodbank.org to find your...
Adult Day Program for adults with medical, cognitive or behavioral health diagnoses
Phone: (415) 897-6884 x18
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
Caregiving and Care Management Service. Stevie Alexander, Care Manager/Owner. Exceptional caregivers providing personalized care. Elderly, disabled, recovery, and illness care. All caregivers are experienced, Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs). Caregivers are screened, bonded, insured, and...
Phone: (415) 382-9203
Marin Transit’s West Marin Stagecoach provides two regularly operating bus routes between central and West Marin. Free transfers provided to other Marin Transit routes and to Golden Gate Transit Routes within Marin County. Route 61 goes to Marin City, Mill Valley, and Stinson Beach. Route 68...
Phone: (415) 526-3239
The North Marin Community Services offers a food pantry and helps low-income residents in Novato overcome their crises and move toward self-sufficiency. A 501(c)3 community-based nonprofit agency, it provides housing assistance, employment, counseling, educational programs, information and...
Phone: (415) 892-1643
BVIM volunteer drivers, Whistlestop Wheels, and BVIM emergency taxi service will get you where you want to go. Don’t let your lack of ’wheels’ stop you from getting out, having fun, and staying involved.
Phone: (415) 459-5066
The Golden Gate Bridge Toll Rate for Persons with Disabilities (TRPD) Program is available to individuals who, by reason of permanent physical disability or mental impairment, are:
• unable to independently utilize District-operated transit buses; or
• able to use such buses only...
Phone: (415) 455-2000
, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seniors and persons with disabilities are eligible for discount fares on public transit or bridge toll discounts.
Phone: (415) 455-2000