In addition to the resources below, the City of Temecula's Mary Phillips Senior Center at 951-694-6464 (41845 6th Street, Temecula) has staff members available to direct your call and provide support where needed. Our team of caring staff will also be making weekly calls to check on our local seniors.
The Mary Phillips Senior Center (41845 6th Street) has a Senior Nutrition Program for seniors (60+). We encourage seniors to call 951-694-6464 in advance to reserve their meal.
Home Delivered Meals
The Home Delivered Meals Program through the Riverside County Office on Aging is for individuals 60 years of age or older who may be at nutrition risk due to transportation or health issues that prevent them from taking care of their own nutritional needs. For more information, call the Office of Aging at 1-800-510-2020.
Check-In with Older Adults
Check in with the older and at-risk adults. Visit engageca.org for a long list of resources to help ensure the needs of our neighbors’ and loved ones’ lives are being met.
Aging & Disability Resource Connection
For information and assistance on the most sought-after contract or referral services available to Riverside County’s seniors, call the Riverside County Office of Aging at 1-800-510-2020. Assistance specialists will connect callers to the appropriate service.
National Council on Aging
For valuable tools and resources available to seniors, please visit the ncoa.org.
Community Mission of Hope
Offers senior residents of Temecula and Murrieta a free box of fresh food and commodities Monday through Friday, 10am to 12pm, via a drive-through service. After the first visit, a Case Manager will contact for a phone intake. For more information, please visit cmoh.net or call 951-444-1404.
Available to provide assistance with delivery medication and other basic essentials. Call 951-296-2214 or visit Snergy HomeCare of Temecula.
Temecula Rotary Club/ Senior Outreach
If you are or know of a senior at home that is in need (IE: a call to lift their spirits, food box to be delivered, medicine to be picked up, etc.), the Temecula Noon Rotary Club would love help! Please call 951-445-7204.
|Stores with Senior Hours|
Senior Hours: 8:30am-9:30am Tuesdays and Thursdays
29655 Rancho California Rd.
Senior Hours: 9am-10am Monday through Friday
26610 Ynez Rd.
Senior Hours: 8am-9am Tuesdays only
29676 Rancho California Rd
Senior Hours: 8am-9am daily
3900 Temescal Canyon Rd, Temescal Valley
Training and Support Services
Eligibility: Various (Dislocated workers, seniors, farm workers, veterans, disabled, youth, etc.)
Important Dates: Ongoing
Description: The CARES Act includes funding for training and support services through its programs administered by the Department of Labor (DOL). These programs benefit a wide of range of individuals, including but not limited to, dislocated workers, seniors, farm workers, veterans, disabled, youth, etc. The programs improve the employment prospects of these individuals and are designed to increase workers’ employability and earnings. The programs are delivered through the states and tailored to local economies. Additional information about these programs can be found online at dol.gov/general/topic/training
Eligibility: Individuals 65 of years of age and older and younger adults with disabilities
Important Dates: Ongoing
Description: The CARES Act provides enhanced Medicare coverage for COVID-19 related services, including lab tests, medically necessary hospitalizations, and telehealth services. Telehealth services could include evaluation and management visits (common office visits), mental health counseling and preventive health screenings. Services could be provided virtually or at specified sites of services. Medicare is also responding to COVID-19 in other ways. Additional informational about eligibility, types of coverage, out of pocket costs, and services provided can be found online at medicare.gov/medicare-coronavirus#600