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As a community leader and advocate, the Alliance on Aging provides services and resources that address the challenges and opportunities of aging



Confused about Medicare?  Come join us and learn about the basics of Medicare–Part A, Part B and Part D advantage plans, supplemental plans, penalties, low income assistance programs and more!

  • Thurs, April 25 (5:30pm-7:00pm); Sally Griffin Senior Center–700 Jewell Ave, Pacific Grove, CA or click here.  Questions?  Call (831) 655-1334.

Old American Act:  Tues, May 7 

Did you know that May is Older Americans month?  Join us for a celebration of the 54th anniversary of the Older American Act of America.  Event will take place on Tuesday, May 7th @ 10:30am at the Board of Supervisors Chamber located at:  168 West Alisal St., First Floor, Salinas.  For more information, click here for ENGLISH or SPANISH.


Meet new friends at our monthly community luncheon.  This month’s event will take place on Tuesday, May 7th at Saint Ansgar’s Lutheran Church–72 East San Joaquin St., Salinas, CA.  Lunch ($10 donation) is served at 12 noon and includes lunch, dessert and your choice of beverage.  A NO COST produce market is open to luncheon attendees from 10:00 – 11:30 am.  Click here for menu.

  • Tues, May 7th (Salisbury Steak with Red Potatoes & Veggies)
  • Tues, June 4th (Pork Chops with Garlic Mashed Potatoes & Veggies)


Do you want to prevent diabetes?  Interested in monitoring your blood pressure?  Want to learn about the best exercises for seniors?  These questions and others will be answered by Bill Proulx, Director of Healthy Living, YMCA-Salinas.  Bill will discuss, “Healthy Living for Aging Adults” on Wed, May 8 (12 Noon-1pm) at the Alliance on Aging, 247 Main St., Salinas. For more info, call (831) 655-1334 or click here.

I REMEMBER “MAMA” (May 11 – 12)

To celebrate Mother’s Day, Alliance on Aging volunteers will deliver beautiful flowering plants to women living in long-term care facilities throughout the county to let these special women know that they are not forgotten.

Over1,200 flowering plants were delivered last year.  You can help bring joy to senior women living in care facilities through your generous donation.  $35 (check or credit card) will provide one flowering plant for a senior woman.  Click here to donate. 

Please note that your donation will support the important work of the Ombudsman Program.  The program advocates for the best care possible for seniors living in nursing homes and residential care facilities.  For more information, call (831) 655-1334 or click here.


Alliance on Aging is proud to announce a NEW service to seniors who needs transportation assistance.  We will be able to provide a ONE-ON-ONE personalized plan that will help seniors with their transportation needs–from doctor’s appointments to shopping for groceries and more.  For more details, please click here for more information or call Maribel at (831) 655-1334 or (831) 758-4011.