COVID-19 Resources

To receive home-delivered meals and “take out” lunches,
please contact: 415-550-2226


Virtual Exercise Classes
Always Active are now Monday to Friday 10 am to 11:00 am
Fall Prevention
are Mondays and Thursdays 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm
In-person classes are suspended until further notice.
To enroll and get access please contact: Luz Villaneuva by e-mail: or by phone at: 415-550-2265. Genny Pinzon; or by phone at: 415-550-2291

Join our weekly virtual Activities: Latin Dance, Line Dance, Art, Yoga, Brain Fitness, Health talks and more!
For more information about our virtual activities, call 415-550-2210.
30th Street Class and Activity Descriptions / Descripciones de clase y actividad de la calle 30

Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP)
This workshop is open to individuals who are diabetic, pre-diabetic or are interested in gaining knowledge about the condition.  This eight workshop provides information and hands-on activities to help manage diabetes.
Contact: Miguel Jimenez –; 415-550-2201

Chronic Disease Self-Managment Program (CDSMP)
This six week workshop focuses on problems adults with any chronic condition face and builds self-efficacy while providing tools, non-medical in nature,  ranging from setting goals, problem solving, mind body techniques, better breathing, healthy eating, physical activity, better communication, and importance of good sleep.

Contact: Ken Wong;; 415-550-6002

Exercise videos:
Mobility Matters:
Visit our Resource page:

Community Living Campaign
Offers a variety of classes online including exercise, writing class, social media tutorials, and other fun virtual activities.   
Please call:415-821-1003 or visit:

Well Connected – Educational Activies via computer, tablet, or mobile device to over 100 activities
In English: 877-797-7299
In Spanish:

The Friendship Line – 1-800-971-0016
Institute on Aging’s 24-hour toll-free Friendship Line is the only accredited crisis line in the country for people aged 60 years and older, and adults living with disabilities.

You can stay up to date on this rapidly evolving situation by visiting or and the CDC’s website:

DPH has published a series of translated public information materials, fact sheets and prevention guidance. Please print and distribute these materials throughout your network and facilities. You may also submit a request for printed materials here.  

Department of Disabiltity and Aging Services (DAS)


Financial Resources: 

The San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE) has developed a resource guide to help people make informed decisions about their unique financial situations.

Smart Money Coaching is still available to anyone living, working or receiving services in San Francisco.  Smart Money Coaching provides free, confidential, one-on-one, personalized financial guidance. 

Services to phone and video appointments.  
To schedule an appointment call 877-256-0073.
For seniors and adults with disabilities, call 628-999-5871.

Thank you and be safe. Always Active