60+ Seniors


FOR SENIORS 60+

Essential Senior Services during COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place

New Mapping Tool Locates FREE/LOW-COST Food Sites

C.C. Café To-Go Lunch Program (ages 60+) - weekly meals consisting of 7 frozen meals will be available to seniors ages 60+ years old by request and as available. Email or call (510) 559-7677 

C.C. Cafe To-Go Lunch Program Application

1:1 Senior Tech Help - Sam High (Best Buy Health): Sign up for a 30 minute appointment slot! NEW!

Tech Curious - created by the SD Seniors MeetUp Group: a series of zoom classes related to technology for seniors. - NEW!

1 on 1 TechEasy Ride Essential trips


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Lions Center for the Visually Impaired

Blind & Low Vision Support Group

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NEW MAPPING TOOL LOCATES FREE/LOW-COST FOOD SITES

Easily find food bank, school meal, senior center food distribution sites. As the economic toll of COVID-19 hits our communities hard, hunger is a growing concern. Fortunately, free and low-cost food providers are ramping up their service, and doing this in a way that maintains social distancing.

To help you find food, Contra Costa County has a new GIS (global information system) mapping tool. It can be used on any mobile device, just like searching for the nearest gas station or cafe on your phone.

Contra Costa County COVID-19 Food Distribution Map url: https://cccgis.link/Food 
The tool, developed by the County’s IT Department, incorporates data from the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano, school districts, senior centers, and other food organizations. It was developed in partnership with 211 Contra Costa, the crisis center. My office also contributed to the map’s development.

Please distribute this map url widely! It is a community tool, and will be continually updated. For additions or corrections to the map, please email Dawn Hartley with the County’s GIS team, or Kate Rauch, in my office. 

Thank you for all your prevention efforts. Stay home and mask your face if you must go out.

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 Don’t hesitate to call or email John Gioia’s office for assistance. 510-231-8686