Telephone Reassurance Program
Seniors First's Telephone Reassurance Program provides homebound seniors with “social calls” by screened and trained volunteers. The purpose of this free program is to alleviate the loneliness and isolation older adults often experience when living alone, or when residing in a rural area with limited access to transportation or social activities.

Call Reassurance provide weekly in-home social calls and also serve as a resource on community services and programs that can help the client retain their independence and remain in their home as long as they choose.

We have seniors throughout Placer County who would like a Friendly Call. If you have an hour a week you could brighten the life of a home-bound senior.

Telephone Reassurance provide:

  • Friendship/Companionship
  • Reminiscence/Life Review
  • Sharing of Available Resources

Who Qualifies
Seniors must be 60 and over, homebound (no longer driving), and able to interact socially.

Volunteer and senior matches are based on shared interests, geography, volunteer availability and personality as much as possible.

For more information, or to request a Telephone Reassurance: please call (530) 889-9500.