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Walk Club:

In 2003 USOAC was the only non-profit organization in the State of California to receive the Robert Wood Johnson

Funding for Seniors to create and promote walkable communities.

The USOAC currently has 31 Walk Clubs throughout Alameda County, promoting and fighting for Walkable Neighborhoods.

Please join Team USOAC every September for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

If you are interested in joining or forming a Walk Club please contact us.

 

Our Vision:

Empowering Seniors through…

- Leadership Development

- Community Organizing

- Issue Identification

- Actions & Advocacy

- Outreach

- Education & Training

2020 Priorities:

- Older Adult Travel Trainng                     - Healthy Living Festival

- Holistic Medicine                      - Safe medication disposal of unwanted medicine

- Medication Management                                - 2020 Census

- Walkable Neighborhoods for Seniors            -Affordable Housing for Seniors

- Comprehensive Countywide Senior Plan      - Eden Aera Senior Action Group

- Walkable Neighborhoods for Seniors/Walk Clubs     - Senior Action Team

- Increase community organizing and advocacy for senior resources and funding

Mission Statement:

“To provide institutional support for Seniors, to collectively participate in the public arena, to act from a position of strength, to enable the elderly to address the critical issues, and to change the conditions that impact their lives.”

 

 

Walk Club:

In 2003 USOAC was the only non-profit organization in the State of California to receive the Robert Wood Johnson

Funding for Seniors to create and promote walkable communities.

The USOAC currently has 31 Walk Clubs throughout Alameda County, promoting and fighting for Walkable Neighborhoods.

In 2019 USOAC has been restructuring the Walk Club program to include pedestrian safety and audits of walk routes. Please join us every 2nd Friday of the month to here the latest of these additions. If you are interested in joining or forming a Walk Club please contact Sarah at 1.510.729.0852

 

2020 Census

United Seniors of Oakland and Alameda County is excited to annouce the 2020 Census! USOAC in partnership with Aalmeda County "Count me In" will be a QAC (Question Assistance Center), providing assistant with all of your census questions. Staff will also be able to assist you with filling out your census online. Please stay tuned for a schedule of QAC dates and times. Staff contact, Tanya Washington and Coco Ramirez with questions.