Helpful Resources

Community Centers

Senior Centers

Boggs Tract Community Center
533 S. Los Angeles
Stockton, CA  95203
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Lathrop Senior Center
15707 Fifth Street
Lathrop, CA  95330
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Escalon Community Center
Escalon/Bellota Road
Escalon
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
LOEL Senior Center
105 S. Washington Street
Lodi, CA  95240
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Lockeford Community Center
19258 N. Jack Tone Road
Lockeford, CA  95237
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Manteca Senior Center
295 Cherry Lane
Manteca, CA  95336
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Northeast Community Center
2885 Harding Way
Stockton, CA  95205
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Ripon Senior Center
433 S. Wilma
Ripon, CA  95366
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Arnold Rue Community Center
5758 Lorraine
Stockton, CA  95207
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Lolly Hansen Senior Center
375 E. 9th Street
Tracy, CA  95376
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Taft Community Center
389 Downing Avenue
Stockton, CA  95206
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Jene Wah Senior Center
238 E. Church Street
Stockton, CA  95203
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Kennedy Community Center
2800 S. D Street
Stockton, CA  95206
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Oak Park Senior Center
730 E. Fulton Street
Stockton, CA  95207
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
Garden Acres Community Center
607 Bird Avenue
Stockton, CA  95215
(Serves Senior Lunch)
 
 
Lodi Community Center
415 S. Sacramento Street
Lodi, CA  95240
 
 

Larch Clover Community Center
11157 W. Larch Road
Tracy, CA  95304
(Serves Senior Lunch)

 

HICAP HICAP
Health Insurance Counseling Advocacy Program
HICAP services of Northern California provides free counseling and advocacy services for Medicare recipients in San Joaquin County.
For more information:
(209) 470-7812
http://www.hicapservices.net

To view a presentation of the HICAP services, follow this link:
HICAP Presentation

Senior Legal Services
Senior Legal Services

The Concilio’s Senior Legal Services program empowers seniors with the knowledge and solutions to legal problems. Seniors are no longer encumbered with the emotional or physical issues that were making their lives so much more difficult.
For more information:
(209) 644-2636

Disability Resource Agency for Independent Living
Disability Resource Agency for Independent Living

DRAIL is dedicated to increasing the independence of individuals with disabilities through resources, advocacy and services.
For more information:
http://www.drail.org


Adult Protective Services (APS)
An APS Social Worker will interview the victim alone. The APS worker may also interview family members and the suspected abuser, if given permission by the victim.
If the abuse is criminal, the APS worker will make a report to the police. The APS worker will also work to keep the family together, if possible, while eliminating the abuse, if that is the victim’s desire.
The APS worker will consult with the victim about what community services are available to insure his or her safety. With the victim’s consent, the APS worker will arrange for the needed services.

 

Family biking with grandpa

Brown Bag Program

The Brown Bag Program is a program that provides  fruits, vegetables, and other food products to low income individuals 60 years of age and older. The food is distributed to help supplement the nutritional needs of these older individuals.

The food is distributed at various locations throughout the County.

Escalon CARE
1601 Second Street
Escalon, CA  95320
(209) 838-3831
2nd  and 4th Tuesday
 
Franco Community Center
144 Mun Kwok Lane
Stockton, CA 95202
(209) 242-6739
1st  and 4th Thursday
 

Lathrop Brown Bag
Lathrop Senior Center
15557 5th Street
Lathrop, CA 95330
(209) 858-2982
2nd  and 4th Tuesday

Garden Acres Community Center
607 Bird Avenue
Stockton, CA  95205
(209) 468-3984
2nd and 4th Thursday
 
Lodi Brown Bag
Lodi Community Center
415 S. Sacramento Street
Lodi, CA  95240
(209) 331-7516
2nd and 4th Wednesday
 
Kennedy Community Center
2800 D Street
Stockton, CA  95205
(209) 468-3986
2nd and 4th Monday
 
Manteca Senior Center
239 Cherry Lane
Manteca, CA  95337
(209) 825-2301
1st and 3rd Tuesday
 
Northeast Community Center
2885 E. Harding Way
Stockton, CA  95205
(209) 468-3918
2nd and 4th Thursday
 
Manteca Presbyterian Church
275 N. Main Street
Manteca, CA  95337
(209) 239-2091
1st and 3rd Tuesday
 
Stribley Community Center
1760 E. Sonora Street
Stockton, CA  95205
(209) 937-7351
2nd and 4th Friday
 
Ripon Brown Bag
433 S. Wilma Street
Ripon, CA  95336
(209) 599-7441
2nd and 4th Tuesday
 
Silvercrest Apts.
123 N. Stanislaus Street
Stockton, CA 
(209) 463-4960
1st and 3rd Friday
 
Seventh Day Adventist Church
2290 Market Street
Stockton, CA  95205
(209) 915-1959
2nd and 4th Tuesday
 
Taft Community Center
389 W. Downing Street
Stockton, CA  95206
(209) 468-4168
2nd and 4th Tuesday
 
Apsara Brown Bag
3830 N. Alvarado Avenue
Stockton, CA  95204
(209) 944-1147
2nd and 4th Thursday
 
Van Buskirk Community Center
734 Houston Avenue
Stockton, CA 
(209) 937-7358
1st and 3rd Wednesday
 
Arnold Rue Community Center
5758 Lorraine Avenue
Stockton, CA  95207
(209) 937-7350
1st and 3rd Thursday
 
Tracy Brown Bag
Tracy Community Center
950 East Street
Tracy, CA  95376
(209) 239-2091
1st and 3rd Wednesday
 

Boggs Tract Community Center
533 S. Los Angeles
Stockton, CA  95203
(209) 468-3978
1st and 4th Thursday

 

Larch Clover Community Center
11157 W. Larch Road
Tracy, CA  95376
(209) 831-5920
1st and 3rd Wednesday

Cranes Landing
2245 Tienda Drive
Lodi, CA 95240

Almond Terrace Apts.
1976 N. Union Road
Manteca, CA  95336

Casa Manana Inn Brown Bag
3700 N. Sutter Street
Stockton, CA  95204

Friendly Village
8600 N. West Lane
Space #2
Stockton, CA  95210