Care + Support

We support people who need personal or financial assistance, information about long-term care planning, or help receiving or providing supportive services to a person who needs assistance at home.

DAAS Benefits and Resources

With a single call, seniors and adults with disabilities can learn about available services throughout the city and also apply for several of our services. Our Integrated Intake and Referral Unit is the “central door” for our services serving these populations. Learn more and get started now.

Services for Independence at Home

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In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS)

IHSS provides help with everyday activities, such as bathing, dressing, laundry, shopping, and cooking to older adults and persons with disabilities.

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Support at Home

Offers financial assistance to adults with unmet home care needs. This program serves individuals who are not eligible for other programs, like In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS).

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Family Caregiver Support Program

The Family Caregiver Support Program provides counseling, classes, respite care, and referrals to people who are unpaid caregivers of a senior or an adult with disabilities.

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Emergency Short-Term Home Care for Older Adults

Emergency Short-Term Home Care provides support for those who have recently been discharged from the hospital and those awaiting IHSS services.

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Care Management

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Community Case Management

Case managers offer seniors or adults with disabilities help with the authorization, arrangement, and coordination of services among providers and caregivers.

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Community Living Fund

The Community Living Fund helps seniors and adults with disabilities evaluate all the funding sources and service options available to them so they can live safely at home.

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LGBT Senior Isolation Prevention

A program designed to serve LGBT older adults who are isolated or lonely, and who may be reluctant to seek traditional services due to a history of marginalization.

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