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Help for senior citizens in Los Angeles County.

A number of assistance programs help seniors in Los Angeles County California. There is grant money for seniors over the age of 60, Meals on Wheels food delivery, medical or home care and other help. Find financial resources for seniors in LA County.

The services listed below are focused on meeting the sometimes unique needs that the elderly population and older adults may have. Most of these agencies also help older adults with a disability.  While these resources can help the older population in southern California, they are not the only options available. Senior citizens and the elderly can also apply for other government assistance or non-profit programs as well as cash loans. As most of those provide help to those that qualify, regardless of their age.

This is just a sampling of the services available. Whether money to pay energy bills or a free ride to the doctor, or pet food or other support, much more is offered too. These particular groups and agencies may receive funding from the federal government as well as non-profits. They also partner with CA community action agencies.

Organizations that help senior citizens in LA county

Community and Senior Centers serve as the local agency on aging offices. Assistance programs are for seniors and Los Angeles residents over the age of 55. Numerous services are available, with a focus on senior citizens that meet low income guidelines. Resources range from free home-delivered meals, legal aid, Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP), medications, housing, and employment programs. Click for wide ranging resources at California agency aging programs. As there are a host of resources offered.

  • Senior citizen, elderly, retiree and older LA County residents can get assistance. The main agency focused on their needs is Community and Senior Services. All clients need to meet age requirements. Based on qualifications, there are services such as: Respite and homemaker assistance; Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy for navigating Medicare or private health insurance. Or the elderly as well as retirees can apply for free Meals on Wheels; Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP); and so much more.

Several senior centers are in the county. The main office is at 3175 West 6th Street, however there are centers around Los Angeles County. Call (800) 510- 2020. More on help from Community and Senior Services.




Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center – Seniors over 60 and disabled can apply for services. The programs adult day care, government benefits assistance, case management, congregate meals, as well as legal counseling,. There are also home rehabilitation/repair services, home delivered meals, mutual support groups, or free prescriptions. Or apply for tax preparation information, telephone reassurance, a senior ride program, and transportation money. The address is 22900 Market St., Santa Clarita, 91321, call (661) 259-9444 or (661) 255-1588. It is part of the city of Santa Clarita.

Special Service For Groups – Older adults can get advocacy, child care, emergency food, HIV/AIDS services, personal goods, holiday assistance, and other services. Location is 605 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. 600, Los Angeles, California 90015, phone (213) 553-1800

SSG Silver ((Formerly Older Adults Division (OAD)) helps older adults and caregivers. Assistance is available in all languages, including but not limited too, English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Hindi, and others.

  • Programs available from SSG include caregiver support as well as respite. There is also in-home Behavioral Health Services, which involves counseling and treatment for older adults ages 55. SSG also provides referrals for the the disabled and seniors/older adults to a variety of assistance programs. The address is 1730 West Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90015. Dial (213) 553-1800.

City Of Santa Fe Springs Neighborhood Center For Social Services – Residents over 50 can get assistance including legal counseling in the form of advice, help with tenant/landlord disputes and many other issues. In addition, financial help may be offered for utility bill assistance for customers of the Southern California Edison and the Gas Company. 55 Pioneer Blvd., Santa Fe Springs, California 90670, phone (562) 692-0261

LA County Department of Aging covers the entire county. The phone number is (213) 482-7252. They operate from dozens of sites in the region. Examples of assistance programs are as follows.

  • Legal aid and services are available to assist income qualified seniors. Get help in dealing with a number of legal issues including filing for public benefits, housing related laws, resolution to landlord/tenant disputes, government benefits, powers of attorney, health law consumer protection, and nursing home law.
  • -In-Home Assistance can assist frail homeowners in maintaining independent living by helping with household tasks.
  • -The Paratransit program is a door to door transportation service for frail seniors that need assistance with accessing and utilizing transportation.





  • -Home Delivered Meals are offered in some parts of Los Angeles County. Volunteers or staff deliver one hot, nutritious low cost meal to home bound seniors five days a week.
  • -Information on compensation programs. This includes programs such as Medicare, food stamps/Cal-Fresh, and low income utility bill assistance. These and others are offered for senior citizens and the disabled in Los Angeles.
  • -General case management includes social services and assistance for health care needs. Work with a staff member to create a plan for your needs.
  • -Screening services and health education is available. This can help address basic medical or dental needs.
  • -Congregate Meals are available at dozens of sites, charities, Agency on Aging offices and churches.
  • -Transportation programs can help the elderly, disabled, and seniors in the city. Examples include the CityRide program.

As indicated, these are only a sample of resources available. Most of the other programs and resources available in California, nationally, and in the county can also help income qualified seniors in Los Angeles.

The Armenian Relief Society
Address is 517 W. Glenoaks Blvd., Glendale, CA 91202. Call (818) 500-1343 or (818) 241-7533
The non-profit offers advice, referrals, and case management services for senior citizens. Some of the services include translation, citizenship services, and ESL instruction. Other resources are for more established residents and can include transportation, home visits, information on government programs, legal assistance, free food & nutrition and affordable housing.

Eastmont Community Center has a few locations in the region. They include the following. Call a center at (323) 726-7998. Low-income and working poor, predominantly Spanish – speaking residents of East Los Angeles can access the senior services from this agency.

  • 701 S. Hoefner Ave. Los Angeles, California 90022
  • Rosewood Park location is at 5600 Harbor St. Commerce, CA 90040
  • Montebello City Park - 199 S. Taylor Ave. Montebello, California 90640

Foothill Family Service
Main address - 118 South Oak Knoll Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101. Main phone - (626) 564-1613 or (626) 993-3000
Staff and volunteers provides low-income seniors with in-home case management and counseling. Or get free meals on wheels, caregiving help and other social services for the elderly in LA county.




Human Services Association - Call (562) 806-5400
Two offices offer comprehensive care management services. This help is for functionally or cognitively impaired seniors and elderly county residents. Free home repairs are offered in LA County, clothes, Meals on Wheels and home health check ups among other services.

  • 6423 Florence Pl, Bell Gardens, CA 90201
  • Commerce Senior Center, 3555 Commerce Way Commerce, CA 90040

Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles
Regardless of religion, they may offer counseling for older disabled adults. Services are also available for seniors, including information on government benefits such as Medicare, low income energy bill assistance or Medi-Cal. There may even be some low interest loan programs. The case management services can be provided as needed in Spanish and English.

  • Felicia Mahood Multipurpose Center is at 11338 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Call (323) 937-5900
  • West Hollywood Comprehensive Service Center for the elderly and olkder adults is at 7377 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90046, dial (323) 851-8202
  • SOVA West location is 8846 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90035. Call (818) 988-7682
  • Jona Goldrich Multipurpose Center - 330 N. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Phone number is (323) 937-5900
  • Pico-Robertson Family Resource Center- 8838 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90035. Call (310) 247-0864
  • Find more information on Jewish Association loans.

Little Tokyo Service Center can be reached at (213) 473-3030. They provide help from a few locations for disabled adults and low income seniors. The agency offers outreach, information, and referral services. Get information on food assistance, home delivered meals, medical care, and medications that can help meet the needs of the older population or disabled residents.

  • 231 E. 3rd St., Ste. G-106 Los Angeles, California 90013
  • 2000 W. 162nd Street Torrance, CA 90504
  • Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute 1964 W 162nd St. Gardena, CA 90247
  • Meadowlark Manor Senior Apartments 17150 S. Park Lane Gardena, CA 90247

Santa Anita Family Services
Fully integrated case management services are offered in Los Angeles County. This also includes individual, parent, and/or family counseling services for low-income adults. They run a domestic violence shelter, prevention and counseling services. Other resources include substance abuse prevention services, senior citizens and disabled respite care, kinship caregiver and home management services. Some centers also offer programs for youth, so a senior member of the community can take advantage of those resources too for their family members. Examples include teen pregnancy counseling and information on medical care.

  • 319 S. Park Ave. Suite G, Pomona, California 91766, call (909) 623-6530
  • 716 N. Citrus Ave. Covina, CA 91702, phone (626) 966-1755
  • 605 S. Myrtle Ave. Monrovia, CA 91016, call (626) 359-9358
  • 206 E. Las Tunas, #12 San Gabriel, CA 91776, phone (626) 308-1414







Rio Hondo AJCC - Southeast Area Social Service Funding Authority
The non-profit may offer home chore services for low-income seniors or homebound that are not eligible for Medi-Cal. This assistance was intended to help them to live independent. Call - (562) 946-2237

  • 10400 Pioneer Blvd., Ste. 9 Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
  • Pico Rivera Senior Center 9200 Mines Avenue Pico Rivera, California 90660

St. Joseph Center
Location is 204 Hampton Drive, Venice, California 90291. Main number - (310) 396-6468
Adults aged 60 can explore case management and adjunctive services. These resources can be called upon to help them maintain independent living.

Tierra Del Sol Foundation
9919 Sunland Blvd., Sunland, CA 91040. Call (818) 352-1419
Employment, job search assistance, and related services are offered to disabled adults and senior citizens in Los Angeles County. Staff and social workers will develop innovative, accredited services that may be able to enable adults with developmental disabilities to realize their greatest human potential.


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