HBCOA 714.374.1524 • SENIOR CENTER IN CENTRAL PARK 714.536.5600 • HOAG HEALTH & WELLNESS PAVILION 714.374.1578 • TRANSPORTATION 714.374.1742
Social Services Resource Center
The Huntington Beach Council on Aging and Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center help fund direct services to seniors. Care Managers focus on connections with programs and services for the frail and elderly, homebound and at-risk seniors. They connect seniors with services that assist elders in the city with physical, social and nutritional needs. Professional staff and volunteers work directly with older adults, their families and the community to facilitate independence and health. Care Managers make weekly, monthly or quarterly contact with seniors seeing on going services. Services vary from short term to long term, depending on need.
Transportation/Surf City Seniors on the Go!
Senior Services provides transportation for seniors, ages 60 and over. This program offers non-emergency medical trips and rides to the senior center for recreational and nutritional needs. Trips to any location in Huntington Beach including Huntington Beach Hospital. The busses, vans and sedans that make up the transportation service also travels to Hoag Hospital and Cancer Center in Newport Beach; Fountain Valley Hospital and Orange Coast Medical Center in neighboring Fountain Valley. There is no cost to seniors although donations are greatly appreciated. To request transportation, call (714) 374-1742 and book a ride today.
Home Delivered Meals
For over 26 years the Home Delivered Meals (HDM) program has provided nutrition services to vulnerable, nutritionally at-risk, adults 60 years of age and older in Huntington Beach. On average, HDM serves approximately 140 people, 3 meals a day, 5 days a week totaling 94,000 meals served annually. Through the HDM program, at-risk clients may receive daily delivered meals, nutritional supplements, or grocery gift cards. Staff also provides referral and information to other social services available in the community.