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The Lompoc Vision

“Good News You Can Use.”

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Transitions / Mental Health Association -

Provides a

combination wellness & recovery oriented services. Open

throughout the week. ..................................

(805) 819-0460

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Catholic Charities -

Catholic Charities provides nonde-

nominational family and individual counseling and assists

individuals with debt obligations. Financial assistance is

available to qualified individuals. Also provides Money

Management workshops including topics such as: De-

veloping Money Goals, Developing a Spending Plan that

Works, and Personal Investing- The Basics.

325 North Second Street, Lompoc. ............

(805) 736-6226

FOOD & NUTRITION

Community Garden -

www.lompoccommunitygarden@gmail.com

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

(805) 737-9968

Cypress Court-

125 So. 7th St. ............................................

(805) 922-2243

Lompoc Senior Nutrition Center -

A hot nutritious lunch

meal available for a donation.

1120 OceanAve. Lompoc. Reservations.....

(805) 310-1557

Meals-on-Wheels -

Meals are delivered to any homebound

person. Regular meals are delivered as a refrigerated meal.

Special diet meals are delivered as hot meals. Meal deliv-

ery is usually between 10:00 a.m. and Noon on Monday

thru Friday (No weekend delivery).Cost is $3.50 per meal.

Lompoc. .....................................................

(805) 736-3257

Lompoc Valley Medical Center -

Offers seniors 55 and

older a nutritious meal for $5.91.

1515 E. Ocean Ave., Lompoc. ....................

(805) 737-3300

Weitzel Center

640 North Q St............................................

(805) 922-2243

HEALTH SERVICES

Community Health Centers of the Central Coast -

425 W. Central #201, Lompoc. ..................

(805) 737-1169

Family Service Agency -

We provide Hope, Strength and

Stability to Santa Barbara County children, families and

seniors.

101 South B Street, Lompoc. .....................

(805) 735-4376

Lompoc Health –

Providing all your healthcare needs at

a variety of outpatient centers. Serving the Lompoc Valley

with primary and specialty care at Lompoc Health – North

H Center at 1225 N. H St. and Lompoc Health – Third

Street Center, 136 N. Third St. At North H Center, Same

Day, scheduled Urgent Care, weekdays 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

1225 N. H St., Lompoc ..............................

(805) 737-8700

126 N. Third St., Lompoc ...........................

(805) 736-1253

Lompoc Valley Medical Center -

Providing variety of in-

patient and outpatient services including: physical therapy,

hematology/oncology, diagnostic imaging, laboratory ser-

vices, sleep studies, primary and specialty care physicians

and long-term skilled nursing.

1515 E. Ocean Ave. Lompoc .....................

(805) 737-3300

HOME AND NURSING CARE

Community Partners in Caring -

Trains and supervises

volunteers who visit in the home and take people on er-

rands and to appointments.

1120 W. Ocean Ave. (Inside Lompoc Senior Center)

Lompoc. .....................................................

(805) 737-1976

Dignity Health Home Health -

Provides skilled nursing

N

ovember marks our first month of providing Al-

Anon meetings in Spanish. They meet at 7pm

on Tuesdays. All are welcome to attend. We are

proud to be able to provide space for two AA meetings

also, a Women’s group on Mondays at 5pm, and a meet-

ing on Wednesdays from 6:30pm. This group is open to

men and women. These meetings are in English.

Our club is known for its Line Dancing Classes, which

meet every Mon., Wed., and Thurs. from 10-11:30 am.

The cost is just $3 a session. AARP recently did an arti-

cle on Building a Consensus on Brain Health. The article states that there are five pillars of brain health: Move

(exercise),relax (sleep enough and avoid stress), nourish (eat well), discover (think) and connect (socialize). It

goes on to state “What works best?

If there is only one thing you choose to do,

dance.” It’s fun, it involves other people, it’s

exercise, it challenges you to learn patterns and

movements. Go out and dance.” So come on

down to the Valley of Flowers Half-Century

Valley of Flowers Half-Century Club

by Gail Clark-Savage

Club and join our Line Dance Classes.

Care 4 Paws will have their mobile clinic here

at the club every Wednesday for the month of

November. This is a wonderful service.

Walk-in hours are 10am to 1pm. Appointments

can be made by calling 805-968-2273.