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Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary “HOME” Team

Request a 2-person team to assist you with basic home maintenance and repairs at no cost: 1-888-204-5573 or For more information, visit their websites: or


Lamorinda Village 

Lamorinda Village is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization made up of residents from Lafayette, Moraga, and Orinda, California.

Their Mission: to provide a one-stop resource for members to access services and programs which will empower them to remain independent in their homes and communities as they grow older.


Covia Community Services


Home Match Contra Costa 

Home Match helps homeowners with extra rooms connect with home seekers who need an affordable place to live, creating a win-win situation.

Call 925-451-9890 for more information or an application.


Contra Costa County Aging & Adult Services

Information & Assistance for Seniors


Contra Costa Senior Legal Services

Contra Costa Senior Legal Services ("CCSLS") is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing free civil legal services to Contra Costa County residents who are 60 or older. They offer a wide array of services throughout the county.


Meals on Wheels Diablo Region

• MEALS ON WHEELS: Much more than a meal.  We deliver meals and provide safety-checks for seniors (60 years or older) who are homebound, no longer driving, unable to prepare food themselves, and do not have a caregiver who prepares meals. Meals are provided based on need, not on income.  Our volunteer drivers deliver nearly 800 hot, nutritious meals to homebound seniors every weekday.

• C.C. CAFÉ: Nutritious meals are served and social activities are offered at 6 Contra Costa County locations.  Our cafés serve 220 healthy, free or low-cost lunches every weekday.

• FALL PREVENTION: Helps reduce preventable injuries, loss of independence, costs, and deaths associated with falls among seniors.  Our focus is a combination of education and exercise, using programs endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  Additionally, 180 seniors receive critical home safety improvements every year.

• FRIENDLY VISITORS: Matches isolated seniors with screened and trained volunteers from the community for weekly visits.  We provide companionship to 220 homebound seniors every week.

• CARE MANAGEMENT: Provides confidential guidance to help older adults and their families meet long-term care needs.  More than 800 seniors every year learn about and access services that improve their quality of life and maximize independence.

• HEALTH & WELLNESS:  Includes an array of services and resources designed to reduce stress, increase mobility, and improve quality of life. These workshops, alternative therapies, and educational sessions encourage older adults to live life to the fullest.

(925) 937-8311


FREE Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Programs (HICAP)

HICAP provides free, objective, one-to-one counseling and advocacy services to Contra Costa Medicare beneficiaries and their families who need assistance with Medicare enrollment and issues involving Medicare and associated insurance programs, including prescription drug coverage and long-term care insurance.

The first Wednesday and third Tuesday monthly at 10 am, 11am or noon. By appointment only.  Call Lafayette Senior Services (925) 284-5050.


FREE Peer Counseling

Contra Costa Health Services offers free one-to-one counseling with senior (55+) counselors who use their life experiences to help other older adults cope with life changes, problems, crises, and challenges. Confidentiality is strictly observed. Appointment required.  Call Lafayette Senior Services (925) 284-5050.



  • BART cards:

Senior Clipper Cards

Tickets/Smart Cards

Video about various BART discounts


Lamorinda Movers

Social and community service activities for adults 55+.
(925) 376-6622


California Telephone Access Program

The Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program (DDTP) is a public program mandated by the California State Legislature and administered by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The DDTP has two components: the California Relay Service (CRS), which includes Speech to Speech, and the California Telephone Access Program (CTAP) which provides assistive telecommunications equipment. The mission of the program is to provide access to basic telephone service for Californians who have difficulty using the telephone.

Programs are funded by a nominal surcharge on all telephone bills in the state.


John Muir Medical Equipment Loan Program

The Medical Equipment Loan Program lends medical equipment to patients and community residents for up to 90 days free of charge. The program is intended to bridge the gap between eligibility and delivery of equipment through insurance coverage. It can also facilitate short-term use by individuals who lack the means to pay for equipment. The Medical Equipment Loan Program accepts donations of used equipment that is clean and in safe working order. (925) 939-1220


Family Caregiver Alliance

Bay Area Caregiver Resource Center

An Elderly Wish Foundation

The mission of An Elderly Wish Foundation is to enrich the days of the elderly by making a life-long wish come true!

Alzheimer's Association     24 hour a day/7 day a week Helpline 1-800-272-3900

Lafayette Community Foundation  

The Lafayette Community Foundation is a group of Lafayette citizens who seek to preserve and enhance the quality of life in the beautiful City of Lafayette.