Our Mission

To provide advocacy to those in need.

Senior Supportive Home I Funding
Senior Supportive Home II Funding
Senior Supportive Multifamily Housing Funding

Rental Homes For Aging Adults

FOR FREE PERSONALIZED SERVICE, Call to Learn More +1 510-432-0087 or +1 909-510-3353

Testimonials

Services

We identify the nature of a problem, the barriers to solving it, the resources available for solving it, and the action to be taken.
Senior Housing
Rapid re-housing prevents homelessness by quickly connecting people to a home and services.  La Roda Court Senior Home is a Independent living home that includes 3 meals a day,  utilities, weekly housekeeping, laundering of clothes/bed linens/towels and wellness visits.  La Roda Court R&B is located in the City of Ontario and is accepting residents 55 years and above.  If needed residents can also arrange physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, skilled nursing visits. Learn More at Laroda.org
Education Advocacy
It is the job of the Special Education advocate to be a skillful problem solver and seek to prevent problems; only when “preventions fail” must the advocate “seek to remedy any violations of a student’s rights” (Turnbull, Turnbull, Erwin, Soodak 154). Another equally important aspect of being a skilled Special Education advocate is “keeping your conscience primed,” this refers to the ability to “feel…a sense of concern, irritations and sometimes even outrage when children and youth with exceptionalities and their families experience injustice”.
Helping Hunger
When it comes to helping hunger, we have weekly opportunities for anyone in need to be served large portions of fruits, vegetables, canned goods, bread, fish and meat.  We have volunteered weekly at a local food bank in order to learn the time commitment, tools, vehicles and promotions required to run a successful food bank program that will serve the hunger of our immediate area.  To learn more, contact Jennifer Thomas.

Senior Resources

The Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) is a San Bernardino agency dedicated to helping seniors and at risk individuals to improve or maintain choice, independence and quality of life. The department works to ensure seniors and adults with disabilities have the right to age in place in the least restrictive environment!

(DAAS) Administration Office telephone number is: 909-891-3900
In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Office telephone number is: 909-891-3700
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Homes Opened
Families Serverd
Volunteer Staff

Co-Founders

we take an active role in communities and contribute to the overall well-being of communities.
Jeannie Newman
Jeannie Newman

Senior Advocate

Masters of Social Work SJSU – Complete comprehensive psycho-social needs assessment of clients. Provide case management and counseling. Network and develop community relationships.

Jennifer Thomas
Jennifer Thomas

Education Advocate

Master Arts Special Education – Special Education Advocate. Research Education Programs, Work With CDE, LEA and Families.  Attend IEP Education Meetings, Interdisciplinary Assessment Services, Manage Nutrition, Planning, coordinating Events.

Lionel Thomas
Lionel Thomas

Housing Advocate

Real Estate Appraiser, Consultant – Acquire, Manage and Maintain properties that will help shelter families, foster children, disabled peoples and seniors in need of affordable supportive, temporary and long term housing.

Contact us

Address
412 West H Street Ontario CA, 91762
Customer Support
E-mail: lthomas@caoca.org Phone: 1(909)510-3353