Activities, News

Senior Services

City of Walnut Creek Senior Services,
email cpcc@walnut-creek.org

Peer Counseling
Contra Costa Health Services provides trained volunteer peer counselors for residents of Contra Costa County who are age 55 and over. Counseling is FREE and occurs once a week for an hour, for a duration of 8-12 weeks. Counseling services usually take place at the Civic Park Community Center. There are in-person and Telehealth options.
When: First & third of every month, 10 am to 12 pm
To set up an appointment: 925-408-7080

CCC Senior Legal Services: Legal Consults and Simple Wills
Sponsored by Contra Costa Senior Legal Services. Pro bono attorneys at the Free Legal Consults Clinic can assist is small legal consults and simple wills for seniors of limited resources and income,
Legal Consults: 2nd Wednesday of each month, 9:30 – 11:30 am.
Simple Wills: 1st Monday of each month, 1-4 pm
To set up an appointment: 925-609-7900

HICAP Counseling
HICAP is sponsored by federal, state, and local governments and does not sell or endorse any products. HICAP can help seniors review Medicare plans for coverage, costs, and benefits.
When: Third Monday of every month, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
Cost: Free
To set up an appointment: Call 925-655-1393 or use the Contact Us form at cchicap.org

Care Management
Sponsored by Meals on Wheels Diablo Region. A Care Manager can assess a senior’s needs and identify services to help meet those needs. As a skilled clinician, a care manager can facilitate family communication and work with adult children to design and implement a care plan for a parent.
To set up an appointment: 925-239-2486

News

New Photo Exhibit in Lobby


 

 


Next time you are in the lobby of the Civic Park Community Center take a look at the new photo exhibit. There are photos of Seniors Club drop-in groups, Cafe Costa, senior volunteers at Market Day, and Seniors Trips. The project was a joint effort by the Seniors Club and city staff at the Civic Park Community Center. Jody Johnson (3rd from right) designed the exhibit to look like a clothesline with photos held up by tiny clothes pins. Civic Park Community Center manager, Kat Reisinger (far right), made the space available. As volunteers were installing the exhibit, some people from the Bingo group were taking a break and joined in the effort. Others pointed out friends in the photos. Stop by and see the variety of activities that the Community Center and Seniors Club offer for seniors. Comments on the exhibit have been very positive. Thank you, Jody!

Activities

Qi Gong – In Person


 

 

 




Drop-in Group: Members $2; Non-members $5

July had some beautiful weather and Qi Gong participants enjoyed the back patio and doing the routine of the five animals: tiger, deer, bear, monkey, and bird. When the weather turns hot, the group moves indoors to air conditioning.

Back Patio or Indoors in the Lounge
In-person at Civic Park Senior Center


Weekly: Wednesdays from 12:00 Noon to 12:30.