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Quarterly Newsletter Winter 2021

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Sourcewise Emergency Nutrition Program Expansion

Since incorporation in 1973, Sourcewise has provided direct services and support to older adults in Santa Clara County (SCC). Sourcewise continues to support seniors and caregivers as we expand our reach to include persons with disabilities and all adults in SCC. One...

New Year Goals for Caregivers

Caring for yourself and others simultaneously may prove to be difficult, but that does not have to be the case. It may also be typical to set goals for yourself at the beginning of every year to set the purpose of improving your overall quality of life.As we begin the...

Social Security Changes for 2021

With the new year, people tend to look towards newer and brighter possibilities. A new year provides everyone a fresh start for opportunities and change.A change that millions of Americans have been looking forward to this year comes from an announcement made in 2020...

February is American Heart Month

According to the American Heart Association (2018), an estimated 80% of cardiovascular disease are preventable, yet it remains to be the leading cause of death in the United States. It is never too late to start living a heart-healthy lifestyle. Understanding the...

Protection and Security

We are committed to educating our community members about scams targeting seniors in Santa Clara County; as well as providing up-to-date information offering protection against such scams. This page offers timely data about scams reported, steps to take when targeted, and how to avoid these scams. Guidance is made available as scams are identified.

Receive updates on identified scams targeting seniors by visiting the national database: fraud.org

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Sourcewise Volunteers Continue to Support Vulnerable Seniors

*This is a special feature from the City of San Jose, Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services “The holidays can be a difficult time if you’re alone. We know that there's a lot of anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation that comes with social...

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