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Senior Services

We provide custom-tailored services that enable older persons to live in their own homes with independence and dignity. Services are provided in the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys. "Linkages" Case Management is offered throughout Los Angeles County - District 5. Call 626.214.9465 for more info.

Urgent Case Management and Supportive Services

For many seniors, case management and supportive services can mean the difference between independent living or convalescent care. Urgent case management and supportive services can quickly stabilize living conditions and provide needed help so clients can live in their own homes with dignity and independence for as long as possible.

Case managers do this by conducting an in-home assessment, developing a care plan, then coordinating and monitoring services for the individual.

Case managers can arrange: In-home services like homemaking, housekeeping and caregiving; transportation; Medicare/medical services; bill payment; meals; vision and hearing services. Plus many more services!

Telephone Reassurance

Telephone reassurance is provided through phone calls to homebound older persons. The calls are a consistent point of contact, friendship, reassurance, and a source for information about programs and services.

Meals Delivered to the Home

The Home Delivered Meals Program provides healthy meals to homebound older persons. The meals can be hot lunches that are delivered each weekday, or can be frozen meals that are delivered in a package of seven once per week.

Group Dining Meals

Delicious and nutritious Senior Cafe' lunches are offered at 32 locations:


Please call 626.214.9465 for directions and menus.



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Signs Of Elder Abuse

Elder abuse is an act by any person causing or risking harm to an older person.

Physical Signs: Unexplained injuries, unkempt dirty, untreated medical conditions

Behavioral Signs: Withdrawn, fearful, feelings of humiliation, sudden mood changes

Financial Signs: Not enough money to pay bills, lack of knowledge of finances

Neglect: Bedsores, poor hygiene, sudden weight loss

If you suspect abuse or know of someone who may be experiencing abuse, we can help - call us at 1.800.321.1612. The reporting person is protected from both criminal and civil liability. If it is an emergency, call 911.


A "Stress Reduction Toolkit" in English and Spanish has been developed for Latino seniors by staff of the YWCA Senior Services Program.

The kit is designed to provide a structured framework for preventing and addressing mental health risk factors. It empowers elders with the information they need for protective factors such as building good relationships with peers and caring family members, increasing social supports, increasing life skills, developing coping skills, reducing immigrant-specific stress, and building problem solving skills.

Download the English Kit HERE, and the Spanish kit HERE.

How You Can Help YWCA Senior Services

Request a Presentation - Learn about the issues facing community residents and the help available.

Intern or Volunteer - This includes fieldwork opportunities for interns and volunteer positions like delivering meals or helping at group dining centers.

Make a Cash Contribution - This can be done via cash, check, credit card, on-line or a matching gift via an employer.

Leave a Bequest in Your Will - This can take many forms, including a specific dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, or a gift of stocks or other securities.

Give an In-Kind Gift of Products or Services - Donating specific items helps the YWCA reduce operating costs and gives you a tax credit for market value.

For information, please contact the YWCA San Gabriel Valley at 626.960.2995 or info@ywcasgv.org .

Thank you for your support!