We Offer A Free Dinner Each Wednesday at The United Methodist Church located on Monterey Road
It is the Little White Church 17175 Monterey Rd, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
We Serve From 6-7 each week
Come Join us for FREE FOOD
Heart of the Valley
SERVICES FOR SENIORS, INC
Who We Serve
Heart of the Valley serves adults 59-years-of-age and older who reside in West Santa Clara Valley.
We can help you with:
- Shopping & Errands
- Escorted Transportation
- Minor gardening
- House projects
- Telephone assistance
- Filling out forms
- Writing letters or bills
- Computer assistance
- Liaison between children/parents
- Temporary respite
- Taking your pet to the vet or groomer
- Cleaning out closets or sheds
- Handyman projects
- Small home repairs
- Referral assistance
- Hazardous waste pickup
If you have other needs in mind, run them past us. We may be able to help or refer you to someone who can.
Services are provided on a single or short-term basis. Every time you need us, you will have to set up an appointment. We require a seven day advanced notice.
You can view a version of the Heart of the Valley Service Map at Google Maps. This is a map of the areas we serve. Clicking on the points shows a list of zip codes that we serve in the respective cities.
If you would like to contact Heart of the Valley, you can call our office at (408)-241-1571, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org,
2175 Lincoln Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125
Among many great opportunities and Senior activitites in beautiful Willow Glen, San Jose Ca. Senior Center they also have SeniorNet. Check out the video.
SeniorNet provides computer & internet education for older adults and seniors. It is a non-profit organization founded in 1986 and now has learning centers across the world.
5585 Cottle Road, San Jose, CA 95123
Southside Senior Center caters to all seniors (50 and older) in the San Jose area. They provide a multitude of activities resulting in something for everyone. For example, card games, dancing, drama, ceramics, computer classes and computer availability, sewing, a variety of exercise classes, ping pong, horseshoes, etc., etc. Some activities have a fee while most are free or almost free. View the March monthly brochure for a list of all activities and their day and time. Here is their website.
For over 46 years, MACSA has been recognized as a leader in serving the Latino community. MACSA’s mission, culture and core values have guided the organization’s culturally proficient service delivery and program development. MACSA’s core values are based on mutual respect and cultural appreciation.
Mexican American Community Services Agency, Inc., MACSA traces its origins to 1964 when a group of community activists joined together to identify ways to help the emerging Latino community respond to injustices such as discrimination, racism, poverty, police brutality, educational inequity, and inadequate access to public services.
MACSA’s first director, the late Lino Lopez described the social landscape of Santa Clara County in the 1960’s this way, “To the average person the impression is that if people live freely in all sections of the community, then they must live free of segregation and discrimination. This first impression is immediately erased when one looks behind the façade that is customarily erected by the community power structure constructed to give such an appearance… Behind the banks and the supermarkets and behind the landscaped arterial ways there are slums, there are hovels, there are hungry people; the discards of society.” Those most affected, according to Mr. Lopez, were Mexican Americans.
Since that time MACSA has remained steadfast and committed to improving the quality of life for youth, families and seniors. MACSA offers programs throughout Santa Clara County, in particular in East and Central San Jose, Morgan Hill and Gilroy. MACSA’s commitment to progressive community change is demonstrated through the numerous youth development programs offered at youth centers, schools, library and community sites. MACSA has earned local, state and national acclaim for its “cutting edge” youth programs.
St. Patrick’s389 E. Santa Clara Street (corner of 9th St.) San Jose, Ca 95113 408 293-4505
SOUP KITCHEN MEALS SERVED:Mon., Thurs.: 4:00 pm Sat.: 4:30 pm
2115 The Alameda
San Jose, CA 95126
The Goal of Sourcewise is to provide leadership in addressing issues that relate to older Californians: to develop community-based systems of care that provide services which support independence within California’s interdependent societies, and which protect the quality of life for older persons and persons with functional impairments; and to promote citizen involvement in the planning and delivery of services