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John XXIII Multiservice Center

Human Services

John XXIII Multiservice Center

Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County

Provides a noon meal and recreation and social activities for seniors.

Description:

Social workers, case management services and community outreach provide multilingual needs assessment, planning, information and referral and outreach to frail and homebound older adults. Also provides a social adjustment program for Asian older adults and life enrichment peer group programs for all older adults. Provides a nutritionally balanced noon meal to persons age 60 or over, Monday through Friday. The menu reflects multi-cultural food choices. Meal prepared daily on site. The Daybreak Program provides care management, respite, escorted transportation and elder care consultation to help frail or homebound older adults and their caregivers. Daybreak also runs an adult day support center in Sunnyvale and San Jose. Offers referral to daily English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, citizenship, pre-citizenship and tutoring programs to improve English language acquisition. Offers referral to mental health services for Vietnamese and other older adults and families. A nurse-managed health clinic provides treatment for common illnesses. The Wellness Program monitors clients' vital signs including blood pressure, and offers body conditioning and exercise classes such as Tai Chi. API Dementia Network provides care advocates who offer care management and support groups for non-English speaking Vietnamese and Chinese (Mandarin) Alzheimer's disease patients, caregivers, and family members. Vietnamese Senior Refugee Assistance for persons age 60 or over provides adaptation, socialization and peer group activities in addition to case management and meditation.

Location

Public Transit:

VTA stops in front.
195 East San Fernando Street, San Jose, CA 95112 37.3364862 -121.8853004 Human Services

Service Options

Languages Spoken:

  • Cantonese
  • French
  • Mandarin
  • Spanish
  • Vietnamese

Accessibility Options:

  • Elevator
  • Wheelchair

Services

Fees:

Vary according to program. Noon meal $2.50 suggested donation.

Audience:

Vietnamese, older adults and families, Chinese, Hispanics, low-income persons. Daybreak: frail, homebound older adults and caregivers

Eligibility:

Vary according to program

How to Apply:

Walk in or apply by phone.

Service Wait Estimate:

No wait.

Service Areas:

  • Santa Clara County