Presented by Human Services Association (HSA)
Have a problem and don’t know where to turn? Come meet with one of our case managers. They can assist with issues such as Social Security, Security Supplement Income (SSI) Medi-Cal, Cal-Fresh, Subsidized Housing, etc. Appointments are required; call (626)795-4331. Or register by clicking on the registration button below.
Presented by Foothill Family Service
Available to individuals over the age of 65 and their families who seek assistance to overcome elder abuse. Services are offered free of charge and include crisis intervention, counseling, and response; case management, financial counseling, legal services, access to medical care, and personal advocacy. All services are confidential. Call (626) 993-3000, Aurora Duran, Victim Service Coordinator.
The state-registered HICAP Volunteer Counselors provide unbiased information, counseling, and assistance on Medicare and related health care coverage. Call (213) 383-4519 ext. 3006 for an appointment.
Feeling Challenged By Technology? Help Is Available!
Through a new collaboration with Pasadena Public Library, there is staff available to help you get comfortable with the technology you need. Learn how to use Zoom and get answers for other technical challenges.
Call: (626) 744-4066, Option 7 (leave voicemail and we will return your call)
Live Chat: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. https://www.cityofpasadena.net/library/live-chat/
This program is available to homebound adults, age 50 or older. Tea and an inspirational card are sent home each month. If you would like to have tea on us, call (626) 685-6732.
If you would like to sign up for the lunch program and would like to pick up 5 lunches a week next Tuesday, please call (626) 960-2995. Ask for “Meals at Home Pasadena” They will tell the caller what to do and where to pick up their meals.
Every Tuesday you can receive a week’s worth of food from YWCA: two box lunches and three frozen meals.That is enough food for: Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday, Friday and Monday. Five boxed lunches will be provided and available to each participant.
Presented by Loyola Center for Conflict Resolution
Mediation is a highly successful dispute resolution process that provides people an opportunity to resolve conflicts without going to court. Some problems it can help resolve involve landlord-tenant, consumer –debt, neighbor-neighbor, business, organization/agencies, family-domestic, and workplace/employment issues. Call (626) 795-4331 to make an appointment.