Bay Area Resources

San Francisco Bay Area Internet Guide for Extreme Hoarding Behavior
Clutterers Syndrome or Pack Rat Syndrome

http://www.hoarders.org
Supported by Peninsula Community Services, Inc



IN HOME SUPPORT

                                                     


WHO CAN HELP:

For Information on services in your area for seniors and adults with disabilities

State of Calif. - California Care Network- in home care services
Call 800-510-2020
Information about in-home care, day care programs, care management services, meal programs, home modifications, adaptive technology, transportation services, home health and hospice programs, mental health services, respite care, caregiver support programs, legal services, health insurance counseling, and other resources in your community.
http://networkofcare.org/home.cfm



OUTSIDE  OF CALIFORNIA
Elder Care locator service
1-800-677-1116



SAN MATEO COUNTY HEALTH SERVICES
Ties - an advice phone line
The staff answer questions about the wide variety of services available through San Mateo County and in the community. The TIES phone line is the main entry point for services provided by the Aging and Adult Services Division.
Get information, advice, and referral through "TIES", 24 hour phone line.
1-800-675-8437- voice or 1-650- 573-3900(outside California)
http://www.hospitalsoup.com/listing/5379-san-mateo-county-health-services



Free Home Repair for Low Income Home Owners, Seniors, Disabled, Children
Rebuilding Together Peninsula
Outreach Coordinator
650-366-6597 ext.230



San Mateo
County - Help At Home Directory
from the Commission on Aging

http://cip.plsinfo.org/hah.htm



For In Home Support Services
for the elderly in Santa Clara County
For help, call us at 408-975-4899 or
go to this web site



San Francisco Department of Human Services, In-Home Supportive Services

415-557-5251 (DHS Intake)
In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) is a statewide publicly funded program providing personal assistance services to low-income people with chronic and disabling conditions who need such assistance to remain safely in their homes and engaged in their communities. In San Francisco, most consumers served by IHSS are over 65 years of age. They can provide help with organizing, cleaning, and dehoarding.
http://www.sfihsspa.org/



Catholic Charities

In San Francisco, 415.587.1443; In Marin, 415.499.1470; In San Mateo 650.592.9325
Provides in-home care and cleaning services for elderly clients. They can provide help with organizing, cleaning, and dehoarding.

http://www.cccyo.org/programs/aging.php

 


 

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