Guardian ADHC, 3905 San Pablo Dam Rd., El Sobrante, CA.
(510) 669-1005 (Phone)
(510) 669-1008 (fax)
info@guardianadhc.org


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Mission and History

Guardian ADHC was founded in 1994 to promote the well-being of elders and disabled individuals who live in Western Contra Costa County, alone or with others, in order to maintain them at, or restore them to, their optimal functioning potential and to allow them to remain in the community.

The Center shares with families and others the responsibility of providing substantial care to these individuals by offering respite care from two to five days a week.

Guardian represents an alternative to institutionalization for the disabled, ill, or recuperating person in need of daily medical attention and supervision prescribed by their doctor.

Our Goals are to foster independence of our participants and to enrich the quality of their lives.

Eligibility and Costs

Guardian is for people who need:

        • Regular Medical Supervision
        • Nursing Care
        • Socialization
        • Monitoring of Medications
        • Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy

All participants must be 18 years of age and have a qualifying medical or psychological diagnosis.

Guardian serves people throughout Western Contra Costa County. Our participants primarily live in the communities of Richmond, Hercules, Pinole, Crockett, and Rodeo.

Daily charges are based on Guardian's cost for providing care.

Services are FREE to most recipients of Medi-Cal and qualified Veterans. Private pay plans are also availible on a sliding scale. Our staff will determine exactly what your payment will be.

Services

    • Medical Staff monitor daily medication and overall health maintenance as well as individual health concerns.
    • Social Services provide group and individual counseling concerning issues associated with aging. Referrals may be mase to appropriate social service agencies.
    • Therapists provide an individual plan of care to assist participants with activities of daily living. Physical, occupational, and speech therapy groups are offered to maintain a participant's level of functioning.
    • Recreational Activities provide stimulating and structured programs, including exercise, art, movement, discussions, games, educational lectures, and cultural activities.
    • Nutritious Meals and Snacks are provided to promote better health and enjoyment of life's activities.
    • Transportation includes door to door service from the participant's home to the Center

Other Programs

Adult Day Care provides a safe and friendly environment for the elderly person who needs personal care, assistance, guidance. Day Care is also available for seniors who have Alzheimer's Disease or related disorders. Our program provides a stimulating day for each participant as well as caregiver respite.

Full and Partial Scholarships are available for participants in Adult Day Care.

If you know someone who could benefit from Guardian's services, please call our social work department for additional information. Upon referral, one of our social workers will arrange a home visit and needs assesment. During that visit, the social worker will meet with the participant and caregivers to further explain the program and assess the participant's eligibility.


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