Our goal is to offer the older adults we serve the ability to access programs and services available in the community. NCPHS works closely with many other non-profit agencies in the Bay Area. Activities and educational programs are provided to our Continuing Care Retirement Community residents by these community organizations. Affordable housing residents can choose to participate in a low-cost meal program and a health/education program that connects them with local services.
In 2005, NCPHS embarked on substantial capital improvement projects at its facilities, which continue today. These upgrades and renovations will preserve the buildings we own and keep them attractive for future residents.
We operate our residential communities as efficiently as possible, managing the human and financial resources available. Funds raised by Senior Services for Northern California (SSNC) are invested wisely by professional advisors who are guided by our Board of Trustees. Foundation gifts and grants support programs, services and projects designed to improve the quality of life for Northern California residents and older adults.
To learn more, please review our current Annual Report for additional information about NCPHS and our various communities, services and financial statements.