We Need Your Help To Do More!
The Adult Day Services Network is a nonprofit organization that relies on ongoing individual and business donations to support the frail elderly and disabled adults, family caregivers, and the adult day programs in Contra Cost County. Please support us by making a donation in one of the following ways:
Personal Support for the Network
The Adult Day Services Network of Contra Costa is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation allowing for your contributions to be tax deductible to the extent provided by law. (Federal ID# 45-0516536.)
Make your check payable to: Adult Day Services Network of Contra Costa
Mail your check to:
Adult Day Services Network of Contra Costa
490 Golf Club Road
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Employment Opportunities / Career Opportunities
In addition to supporting the Network and the people we serve by donating personally or through work, you can also get involved by volunteering at an adult day center or become a Network board member. Adult Day Health Centers and some Adult Day Services Centers hire nurses, social workers, Class B drivers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, dietitians, program assistants, recreation therapists, certified nurses aides and home health aides on a full- or part-time basis.
Volunteers are always welcome at Adult Day Services Centers. Volunteers interact with the participants. This can include playing games, helping with arts and crafts, or just talking. Some programs also have volunteer musicians on occasion as well as people with therapy and entertainment dogs, etc.
For Employment or Volunteer Opportunities, please contact the Adult Day Services program center where you would like to participate. Visit our Program Locations page for information on centers throughout Contra Costa County.
Become a Network Board Member
The Adult Day Services Network Board needs interested individuals to serve on the Board and get involved in the Network. For more information, please contact the Network at (925) 682-1000 or e-mail email@example.com
My mother attended an adult day program when I was caring for her and working full-time. When I retired, becoming a member of the Network Board seemed like a good way to help enrich and preserve this valuable community resource for others. ~ Linda Hughes, Board Member
On the very first day I saw a big perk-up in mom. It was such a lift and it gave me a break. I love my mom, but 24-7 care was too much. This is my salvation.~ Rich, Caregiver