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The Lompoc Vision

“Good News You Can Use.”

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EMERGENCY SERVICES

Adult Protective Services (APS) -

To report suspected el-

der or dependent adult abuse, staff is available from 8 a.m.

to 5 p.m. After 5 p.m. (Mon.-Fri.) and during the weekend,

a recording will offer instructions on what to do. APS in-

vestigates reports of suspected dependent adult abuse (18-

64) and elder abuse (65+), including self-neglect, occuring

in the community.

www.countyofsb.org

.................................

1-844-751-6729

Department of Social Services, Santa Barbara County

General relief, food stamps & Medi-Cal.

1100 WLaurel Ave. ....................................

(805) 737-7080

Domestic Violence Solutions -

Offers temporary shelter to

battered women and their children, victims of sexual as-

sault and other trauma.

24-hour Hotline .........................................

(804) 736-0965

Friendship Line -

Calls are connected to a skilled, trained

counselor, anytime 24/7. This crisis intervention and “warm

line” offers emotional support to seniors and abled adults.

.....................................................................(

800) 971-0016

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline -

Calls are connect-

ed to a skilled, trained counselor, anytime 24/7.

........................................................

800-273-TALK (8255)

Family Services Agency -

Provides individual counseling

services on a sliding scale fee basis.

101 South B Street .....................................

(805) 735-4376

CIVIC/COMMUNITY/CONSUMER

National Association of Retired Federal Employees,

District IX -

Monthly meetings are held. Advisors and ad-

vocates on behalf of retired federal employees on issues

relating to retirement and other public benefits.

.......................................................

.lompocski@gmail.com

EDUCATION

Adult School, Lompoc -

Lompoc Adult School offers

programs which include basic education, high school pro-

grams, vocational and occupational training and English as

a Second Language (ESL).

The school has a GED center which provides a high

school diploma. They also offer “traffic school” and pro-

vide “behindthe-wheel” driver training.

320 North “J” Street, Lompoc. ...................

(805) 742-3100

Adult Education Programs -

These programs offer many

courses of interest to seniors. Some classes are free; others

have fees. The selection o course is extensive.

320 N J Street, Lompoc. .............................

(805) 742-3100

Allan Hancock College Community Education -

One

Hancock Drive, Lompoc, ...........................

(805) 735-3366

641 Utah Ave., Bldg.13640, Rm. 216

Vandenberg AFB, .......................................

(805) 734-3500

Alzheimer’s Association

- Provides community education

programs for caregivers and people with early stage Al-

zheimer’s disease. Provides respite care and consultation.

www.alz.org/cacentral.

..............................

(800) 272-3900

Sansum Clinic,

Education Department -

Offers a wide va-

riety of health education programs, from Asthma to weight

management, including comprehensive diabetes education.

All are open to the community. Most are free of charge,

some with a materials fee. Call or visit online for offerings

and schedule:

www.SansumClinic.org/classes.

1225 North H Street, Lompoc. .... Toll Free

(866) 829-0909

ELDER ABUSE & CRIME

Adult Protective Services Hotline -

An investigation into

the suspected abuse may be initiated based upon the infor-

mation that you are able to provide. You may, if you choose,

report anonymously or call to discuss your concerns with-

out making a report. Elder-care custodians, health practi-

C

oast Central Care Shoppe had the honor

and pleasure to give back to active duty

military families with special needs chil-

dren during the holiday season through the gen-

erosity of those who donated to our non profit

“Thankful for your Service”

As you can see it was a great time! Just look at

those smiling sweet faces!!

If you know of or are a military family assigned to Vandenberg AFB

with a special needs

child; feel free to reach

out to Coast Central Care

Shoppe for support and

guidance on how to access the many programs available! We offer not only

special events like this one but respite care services and linkage to other

supportive services on

and off base!

Thank you to everyone

who donated to this won-

derful program. Please

keep in mind that we will

continue to serve fami-

lies all through the year. You can find out more about who Thankful for

your Service is and what they do by visiting them on FB. You can also

find us on FB: FB@CCCScares, FB@THANKFULforyourservice

Reach out to us by phone: (818) 419-2306,

or email:

lori@coastcentralcareshoppe.com

Coast Central Care Shoppe gives back