Established in 1997, we are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit that helps older dependent seniors sustain daily living.
We are all aging, and many of us face other difficulties with our day-to-day living. At some point in our lives, we need help to sustain daily living as well as help accessing basic needs such as food, medical care, and human connection. Community Partners in Caring was established to help our neighbors with these extra services.
We are a volunteer management and training organization engaged in providing free non-medical caregiving services to dependent older seniors age 62 and over and adults living with mild disabilities. We recruit, screen, train, manage, and match volunteers with individuals in need of care and support. Our volunteers are thoroughly screened and we maintain a robust compliance and training program.
Thanks to our individual donors and grants, our services are always free.
The mission of Community Partners in Caring is to provide volunteer support services that allow our senior population and adults living with mild disabilities to live independently while maintaining dignity, respect, and quality of life.
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Meet our trusted supporting partners!
Meet Robert— a client with CPC that is able to access his medical appointments because of the volunteer drivers at Community Partners in Caring.
Our client, Sandra, is pictured with volunteer, Mike, who helps transport Sandra to medical appointments. Our volunteers help our clients access basic needs, like medical care.
Meet Mary! Mary is a retired business owner who has been a client with Community Partners in Caring for the past five years. Mary is very thankful for our organization because she doesn't need as much advance notice as some of the other ride services, and some were too expensive. Mary has been going to get her nails done at a local Nail Salon for many years, and Community Partners in Caring has enabled her to continue with these services. Our organization has helped her to maintain her health without worrying about how she will get there.
"Age has taken its toll; my parts don’t work very well anymore. I am very grateful for your organization. Your work has reinstated my faith and hope for my fellow man. I thank you so very much." — RH
We Need Your Help
There are thousands of older seniors aging in place right here in Santa Barbara County and many have lost the ability to access basic needs, such as the need for food, medical care, and human connection. Why? Because illness has taken away their ability to drive. They can’t access the bus and can’t get a ride. It’s not an emerging problem, it’s a crisis. As the only agency of its kind, we need the community to help us make this “invisible” crisis, visible. Join our effort – as volunteers, advocates, or donors. Our older seniors need you.