|Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)|
|Address|| Aging and Disability Resource Center - BB
705 Natoma St., 94103
Free assistance and help is available to seniors and adults with disabilities
The Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) funds the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) at Canon Kip Senior Center, Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco.
The ADRC provides Information and Assistance services in English, Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Russian at the Canon Kip Senior Center and outstations throughout the city. These services are provided to Seniors age 60 and above, as well as younger people with disabilities age 18–59.
The ADRC serves as a one-stop shop for community members to find assistance in accessing services and resources. The ADRC provides consumers with information so they will be more aware of their rights and assist consumers to remain living independently in the community.
The new ADRC will work closely with The Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) Integrated Intake and other disability organizations to provide more efficient information and referral services to seniors as well as younger adults with disabilities.
Some of the services that are provided by the ADRC are:
Translation, assistance with completing forms such as:
Home Energy and Assistance Program (HEAP)
In Home Support Services (IHSS) Referrals to resources in the community
low-income phone/energy programs
Medicare, Medi-Cal Assistance
The ADRC will presents information on their services, resources, disability etiquette & language. For more information or to contact the ADRC about services, call
(415) 487-3370 in English
(415) 487-3371 in Spanish
(415) 487-3372 in Russian
(415) 487-3373 in Chinese
You can also call DAAS Integrated Intake at (415) 355-6700, 211 and 311 for help.
ADRC Volunteer Opportunities
The ADRC is in need of bilingual volunteers who will be trained to support the Information and Assistance Specialists, as well as providing administrative support. * If not bilingual, we can still use your help! With our outstations throughout San Francisco, you will be able to volunteer in a convenient location near you. As an ADRC volunteer, you will have a wide array of duties which may include administrative support; accompanying consumers to medical appointments, public benefit interviews, filling out forms and serving as a translator and interpreter. You may also assist in receiving phone referrals and making follow-ups on services arranged for consumers. For more information please call (415) 487-3379.
Director of Senior Services, Episcopal Community Services
Phone: (415) 487-3780
Program Manager, Aging & Disability Resource Center
Volunteer Coordinator, Aging and Disability Resource Center
Senior Rental Assistance
Information Assistant Specialists
Sam Bratt - English, Russian
M.C. Canlas - English, Tagalog
Elaine Leung - English, Cantonese, Mandarin
Iona Lewis - English
Kelly Tang - English, Cantonese, limited Mandarin
Raymond Wong - English, Cantonese, Mandarin
Aging & Disability Resource Center at Canon Kip Senior Center
Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco
Phone: (415) 487-3370
Fax: (415) 487-3795
Address: 705 Natoma Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
The ADRC also staffs several different outstations throughout the city. Click here to view the outstation map for locations, dates, times, and languages.
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Aging and Disability Resource Center - BB
705 Natoma St., 94103
Hours varies by location
Provides information, referral, and assistance to senior citizens and individuals with disabilities. Links seniors (age 60 yrs. and above) to the services for which they are eligible in the community. Has numerous out-stations throughout the city. Cantonese, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog. No fees. Please call for specific times.