Resources, Referrals, and Services

Resources

The Center at Founders Village Senior & Community Center and its community partners offer different resources, which include:

  • Transportation
  • Housing
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Health, Grief Support, and Care
  • Financial Services and Legal Resources

Services

At The Center at Founders Village Senior & Community Center, we provide many free services.  Please call the front desk at (714) 593-4446 to get more information and to make appointments. Services include:

ServiceMeets
Blood Pressure ChecksFourth Friday of the month from 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Diabetes Support GroupFirst Thursday of the month from 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Flu Shot ClinicAnnually in Fall
Grief CounselingFirst and Third Friday of the month
Health Insurance & Medicare Counseling (HICAP)Second and Fourth Tuesday of the month from 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Legal AidThird Tuesday of the month from 9:15AM - 12:00PM
Prostate Cancer Support GroupThird Thursday of the month from 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Tax AssistanceAnnually from February - April (Registration starts in January)


Referrals 

The Center at Founders Village Senior & Community Center and its partner, The Lighthouse Outreach, offers Referral & Resource appointments and Peer Support Groups. Please call the front desk at (714) 593-4446 to get more information and make appointments. Appointments can cover topics including:

Housing Resource InformationTransportation Information
Medical Services InformationAdult Day Care Referral
Food and NutritionLegal Referral Information
In-home Support ServicesGrief Support

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Contact Muriel at Muriel.Ullman@fountainvalley.org

Phone number: (714) 318-4038

Resource Information Session
Wednesday
11:00AM to 12:30PM

To make an appointment or for more information, please call The Center at Founders Village at (714) 593-4446

Muriel Ullman been working in housing and community development for over 30 years in various cities including Costa Mesa, Redondo Beach and Long Beach. She specializes in redevelopment and federal community development programs, homeless strategies and grant management. She has familiarity with State and Federal Programs including HOME, CDBG, Redevelopment Dissolution Act, Hearth Act, and Cares Act.  Responsibilities have included managing affordable acquisition and rehabilitation housing projects, program development including rehabilitation volunteer programs, tool rental programs, neighborhood clean-up programs, public service programs, homeless strategies and community outreach and community relations. 

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Contact Ann at

Ann.Hubbard@fountainvalley.org

Phone number: (714) 593-4446

Resource Information Session
Tuesday & Thursday9:00AM to 11:00AM
Peer Support Group
Tuesday (In-person)11:00AM to 12:00PM
Thursday (Virtual)11:00AM to 12:00PM

To make an appointment or for more information, please call The Center at Founders Village at (714) 593-4446

Ann has volunteered her time serving the disenfranchised and marginalized demographic since 1997. During her time as a volunteer, she realized her passion for the underserved and began seeking out full-time employment with various agencies. However, without a college degree, she was turned down for full-time employment. In order to pursue her passion to work directly with those in need, Ann went back to school to earn her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Brandman University. Most significantly, Ann’s volunteer involvement included assisting the geriatric clients experiencing homelessness in Long Beach and Orange County. Ann’s passion is evident and her commitment to advocate and elevate the vulnerable has led her to work directly with the geriatric community.

 

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