Information and Assistance
The Seniors First Information and Assistance Program is the “go to” resource for senior-focused programs, services and assistance. The program is designed to assist Placer County seniors age 60 and older get the resources and assistance they need to remain healthy and independent. We also welcome calls from family members, caregivers and other interested parties who are assisting seniors in getting the services they need.

If you live outside of Placer County or do not meet our age criteria, we may be able to direct you to the agency or organization that can help you.

Seniors First is equipped to provide information and resources on a variety of topics including:
  • Adult Daycare
  • Advocacy for Seniors
  • Assistance Devices
  • Care Options
  • Counseling
  • Fall Prevention
  • Financial Assistance
  • Health Insurance-counseling
  • In-Home Care
  • Legal Issues
  • Medicare Counseling (HICAP)
  • Out-of-Home Care
  • Recreation
  • Senior Resource Guides
  • Subsidized Housing
  • Support Groups
  • Transportation
  • Utility Discounts
  • Veterans Services
  • Volunteer Opportunities
Seniors First's Information and Assistance Resources include:
Information and Assistance Line
Seniors First provides a free information and assistance hotline for Placer County seniors and their families. Our Information and Assistance Specialists are available to take your call Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. to connect you with programs and services in your area.

Call our specialists at (530) 889-9500.

Seniors First Resource Guide
Seniors First also publishes a printed Placer County Resource Guide every two years. The guide includes listings for associations, businesses, nonprofits and government agencies that provide programs and services for local seniors and their families/caregivers.

The suggested donation for a Placer County Senior Resource Guide is $2.00. Donations help to defer the cost of compiling and printing the guide.