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LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is a FREE 12-week program for adult

cancer survivors. Cancer is a life-changing disease that takes a tremen-

dous physical and emotional toll on those affected. We at the YMCA

would like to invite cancer survivors into our Y family to join in our

September 2018 LIVESTRONG at the Y session. By focusing on the

whole person and not the disease, this program will help you to move beyond cancer in mind, body and spirit. Trained

wellness coaches work with each participant as they transition from treatment to regaining their physical and emotional

strength.

Participants will receive a three-month membership and will participate in a 2 day per week instructor led class. Please

contact Nicki Marmelzat, Regional Wellness Director at 805 686-2037 or email

nicki.marmelzat@ciymca.org

for more

information. Lompoc Family YMCA Session Dates:

Until November 29

www.thelompocvision.com

The Lompoc Vision

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tioners, or employees of any agency/ business who, within

their professional capacity or within the scope of the em-

ployment, have a reasonable suspicion of abuse, MUST

REPORT immediately by telephone and in writing within

two working days to Adult Protective Services. Long-Term

Care Ombudsman Services, or to law enforcement.

Online:

www.ReportToAPS.org.

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1-844-751-6729

COUNTY PROGRAMS

Department of Social Services Santa Barbara County -

1100 W. Laurel Ave., Lompoc. ..................

(805) 737-7080

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

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(805) 737-9968

Lompoc Senior Nutrition Center -

A hot nutritious lunch

meal available for a donation. Also, Home delivered meals

for frail persons over age 60 years.

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

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 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

Sansum Clinic -

Sansum Clinic is an independent non-

profit healthcare organization providing the full spectrum

of health care throughout Santa Barbara County. Services

are provided at 23 patient care locations, including primary

care and more than 30 specialties.

1225 N. “H” Street, Lompoc. .....................

(805) 737-8700

HOME AND NURSING CARE

Community Partners in Caring -

Trains and supervises

C

ome paint a picture at the Valley of Flowers Half Century Club on October 20, 2018, from

1-4pm. We are located at 341 No. ‘N’ Street (corner of N and Laurel), Lompoc.

That’s right; Paint your own picture under the direction of instructor, Vickie Villa. Anyone

can do it, you don’t need prior experience. For your $25 ticket, you will receive your own canvas,

which you will take home with you and all the supplies necessary to paint. There will also be

beverages and appetizers available, included with your ticket. This is really a great way to meet

people, try something new, or do it again, if you have already done it, and take home your mas-

terpiece.

For tickets, please come by the club at

341 No. ‘N’ Street, on Tuesday through

Thursday from 10-3pm, or call and re-

serve yours at 805-736-6669. Leave a

message if you call when we are out of

the office. We’ll get back to you.

The club is also planning a fun Friday

Night Bingo, called Halloween Bingo.

This will be a potluck and we will break

half way through the play too enjoy the

food provided by the players. There will

be a costume contest (costume is op-

tional), and also extra prizes. The date

for this exciting evening will be October

26th. Doors open at 5:30pm and play

begins at 6:30pm. Your first pack (10

games) is just $10, and each additional

pack is $6. Special games are available at $1 each.

So join us that evening for fun and games.

Valley of Flowers Half-Century Club

by Gail Clark-Savage