For over 50 years, NCPHS has provided community service programs focused on physical, social, health and spiritual care in our community.
The heart of the NCPHS mission is to improve the quality of life for all older adults, regardless of their economic status or cultural background. Read more about NCPHS »
Many thousands of people—elders, persons with disabilities, and younger persons—are touched by NCPHS’ programs every year. These numbers include those who live in three Bay Area Life Care senior communities and NCPHS’ four residential communities, as well as others in the larger community.
We fulfill and honor our not-for-profit status by investing significantly in the wider community through a number of community service initiatives without any expectation of financial return.
A portion of the support NCPHS supplies to its Community Service Programming goes directly to those in need, from healthcare education and referrals to blood pressure monitoring.
Each of these programs is funded, wholly or in part, by Senior Services of Northern California. Each is designed to address a spectrum of the challenges associated with advancing age. The community residents and others associated with these programs make these services available at no cost to those who take advantage of them.