“Aging” office for San Bernardino County
Phone: 909-891-3900 or 1-800-510-2020
To learn about resources and government aging programs.Aging Office for San Bernardino
HICAP Medicare Counselors in San Bernardino County.Phone:916-376-8915 or 1-800-434-0222. This office is much easier to call than Medicare because it is local, most people. Strongly prefer calling their local HICAP office instead of 1-800-Medicare.HICAP Medicare Counselors in San Bernardino County
Local “IHSS” office for San Bernardino County. Reminder: this is a Medi-Cal program that you can call about, the one where you could earn a paycheck if your husband could qualify for the program.Local IHSS office for San Bernardino County
APS (Adult Protective Services) San Bernardino County 24/7 hotline 1-877-565-2020. Adult Protective Services
Long Term Care Ombudsman Office for San Bernardino County Phone 916-376-8910. This crisis line is available to take calls and refer complaints 24/7 phone 1-800-231-4024. The Long-Term Care Ombudsman program provides for advocacy services to or on behalf of residents of long-term care facilities including, but not limited to: investigation and resolution of complaints;training of personnel;promotion of and attendance at resident and family councils;representation of resident’ interests before governmental agencies; analysis and monitoring of the development and implementation of federal, state, and local laws, regulations and other governmental policies and actions.
If you wish to talk to someone Call the Friendship Call Line for San Bernardino.
Covid 19 Information Hotline for San Bernardino is 1-909-387-3911
Some sites for searching Long Term Care Facilities and Providers
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Most recent Minutes as of 8/1/2020
Adelanto Victorville Democratic Club Minutes
Place: Teleconference Meeting
Call To Order: Mike Curran called the meeting to order at12:07 PM on June 6,2020.
Pledge Of Allegiance:Mike Curran led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Invocation:Mike Curran led the invocation in remembrance of D day and Elises Grandson.
Mike suggested all members go to website. Introduction Of Guests: No new guests.
Guest Speakers: Kipp Mueller is running for the 21st Senate District. He recognized the Black Lives Matter protests. People are demanding systemic change that is lasting. There are changes we need in CA too. He said we need everyone’s help. Senate leadership will help with campaign. He said we need people willing to make calls for Kipp Mueller for senate.Richard asked if there was going to be an office for Kipp during the election. He was unsure due to the Covid issues.
New Membership and get out the vote. This is A wellness check and get out the vote. Mike talked about the door hangers for get out the vote. The door hangers are good because it reminds the voters of propositions and who is running. We need to raise more money for the door hangers. We also need callers for reminding voters to get out the vote. Mike suggested that we get a printer to print them and send them out. Denise asked about an anticipated date for the Door Hangers. Mike felt mailers should go out about Sept 28-30 to Wrightwood, Adelanto, Victorville, Apple Valley and Hesperia. Mike needs to have volunteers to call elderly democrats and the party gives us a number to call. This project is sponsored by CDC. Restructuring of the central committee- there will be a virtual meeting to reorganize. When they have an election they will have a company to certify the Central committee election. Check the county website for further info.
Minutes Of The Last Meeting:Richard made a motion to tentatively approve minutes it was seconded by Roger La Plante.
VIII.Treasurer’s Report: Elise Brown our treasurer could not attend our meeting today due to the death of her grandson. Donna Houston gave Elise’s treasurer’s report. Elise reported that Doris Gray has paid her dues and is now a member. Elise reported that our balance as of this month is $1,957.55. The treasurer’s report was accepted subject to our year end audit.
Old Business: Contact NAACP for any Black lives Matter Protests in this area.
New Business:Clayton Moore announced a zoom school board meeting on Wednesday.
Announcements:Tentative Candidate Forum scheduled for Sat Sept. 19,2020 At Victor Valley College 1-4 PM in Student activity center. Tuesday June 9 a meeting on homelessness. Go to city of Victorville website to get more info.
Open Forum:Barbara Dew reported that there might not be any cuts for schools. There is a big liability problem in the state because we don’t have vaccine for Covid. Unemployment is very high in the state. We need to have systems for distant learning. On the racial problems we need to work on housing, employment and education.
XIII.50/50 Raffle:We had no raffle.
XIV.Adjournment: Richard Turnbull moved to adjourn with a second by Doug Olsen. Meeting adjourned at 1:00 PM. Next Meeting August 1,2020.
Submitted by Secretary-Donna Houston