Residential Care Information
California Code of Regulations for RCFEs — See Title 22, Division 6
Assisted Living Waiver — Medi-Cal program that pays for Assisted Living in target counties
Assisted Living Consumer Alliance — a national coalition
Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) — CCRC information from CANHR
Continuing Care Retirement Facility Information — California Department of Social Services
Find a CCRC in California — (pdf)
CCRR — California Advocates for RCFE Reform (San Diego & Imperial Counties)
Legal Service Providers
In–Home Supportive Services
Community Based Care and Services
- Other assisted living search sites:
- California Community Care Licensing Division Facility Search — Dept. of Social Services
Medicare, Medicare Part D & Long Term Care Insurance
- California Community Transitions Project
This program works to identify eligible Medi-Cal beneficiaries who have resided in a nursing home, subacute, acute care facilities, and intermediate care facilities, for a minimum of six months or longer and will be returning to the community. Lead organizations contract transition coordinators who help individuals transition from facilities to community settings.
- Multipurpose Senior Service Program — MSSP provides social and health care management for frail elderly clients who are certifiable for placement in a nursing facility, but who wish to remain in the community.
- Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly — PACE provides and coordinates preventive, primary, acute and long term care services so older individuals can continue living in the community. Serves Alameda, Contra Costa, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco, Santa Clara, and San Diego counties.
- Home Health Compare — Detailed information about Medicare certified home health agencies from the official Medicare site
- Western Region Geriatric Care Management — Professional Geriatric Care Managers (PGCMs) can guide families through professional consultation/counseling, prioritizing needs, developing customized care plans, setting up services and referral to resources.
- Community-Based Adult Services — CBAS replaces the Adult Health Day Care program in California. It provides necessary medical and social services to individuals with intensive health care needs.
- Long-Term Care Alternatives — include an array of home and community choices that allow persons with disabilities to avoid unnecessary institutionalization.
- Lake & Mendocino Counties Senior Resource Directory
Medicare Part D:
- HICAP — Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program – California Health Advocates
- California Health Advocates — Information about Medicare and options for covering health costs not paid for by Medicare.
- Center for Medicare Advocacy
- Medicare Administration
- The Medicare Rights Center
- Health Services Advisory Group — Medicare Appeals - California's QIO
Long Term Care Insurance:
- Health Consumer Alliance — Has fact sheets on the Medicare Part D for prescription drugs
- Medicare RX–Connect — Links to information on the new Medicare prescription drug coverage
- Families USA
End of Life Issues
- California Dept. of Insurance
- California Dept. of Managed Health Care — HMO Help Center explains your rights and how to use your health care benefits. You can file a complaint or grievance.
- The Office of the Patient Advocate — Resources for assistance with HMO issues.
- Caring Advocates — A national, not for profit membership organization which gives support to wives, husbands, and partners of the chronically ill and/or disabled.
- California Coalition for Compassionate Care — A statewide partnership of over 60 regional & statewide organizations dedicated to the advancement of palliative medicine and end-of-life care in California.
Page Last Modified:September 19, 2013