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Senior Peer Counselor Volunteers

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Citizens Who Care coordinates and trains a group of older adult Senior Peer Counselor Volunteers from the community who provide free supportive counseling and visiting services for older adults in Yolo County. Volunteers also provide support groups in various locations for older adults who are more mobile. By providing psycho-social supports and identifying possible signs and symptoms of mental illness early on, Senior Peer Counselors assist older adults to live independently in the community for as long as reasonably possible.

Eligible individuals are those older adults (60+) who need help navigating behavioral health related challenges of aging, such as loneliness, depression, loss of loved ones, illness, or other concerns. Program addresses the specific needs of these older adults and provides supportive services throughout the County and at all stages of recovery.


How to Obtain Services

Contact Citizens Who Care for the Elderly at (530) 758-3704 or via e-mail at citizenswhocare@omsoft.com.


Service Locations & Contact Information

Services are available Countywide.

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