A volunteer-based non-profit organization that has been offering services since October 2010. Their mission is to enhance the ability of our members to live independently, remaining active and integral to our community as we age.
In March 2014, Sausalito was awarded membership into the World Health Organization Global Network of Age Friendly Cities and Communities, the first City in Marin and the third City in the State of California. The benefits to membership include communication with other Age Friendly Cities and their best practices.
The Edgewater Seniors Club of Sausalito have been meeting for 38 years. The many members meet for a variety of social gatherings, presentations, trips and friendly conversation. A large percentage of the club members are longtime residents of Sausalito and are an important part of our community. Contact Linda Finch at (415) 289-4140 if you have any questions about the Edgewater Seniors Club or a trip planned by the club.
Transportation in Marin County
An easy to browse online guide for organizations offering free and low-cost rides for Marin's older adults, persons with disabilities and low income residents.
C.A.R.R.S.- Call a Ride for Sausalito Seniors
Age-Friendly Sausalito Program
With just one phone call, seniors 60 and older can request a FREE ride anywhere within Sausalito, the floating homes community and Marin City, Monday through Friday 10am to 2pm. Now providing rides to select citywide evening and weekend events such as Sausalito Arts Festival, Sausalito Village Art Opening, Floating Homes Tour, Citywide Yard Sale and Sausalito Library programs like Sausalito People Series and museum docent lectures.
Home delivery of books and other materials through Sausalito Library
Sausalito Library and Age Friendly Sausalito have joined forces to create a new and improved home delivery service of library materials with Call a Ride for Seniors (CARSS) volunteer drivers. Participation in this program is free and open to residents of Sausalito and the Floating Home Community who are 60 years of age or older, or younger adults with a disability. We accept applications on an ongoing basis from eligible patrons requesting service.
Marin County Aging and Adult Services
Information & Assistance: 457-INFO (415-457-4696)
Community Resources Guide
Marin County Support Groups
Need an advocate? A comprehensive list of support organizations for seniors, their families and caregivers.
Financial and legal support services for budgeting, bookkeeping, estate planning, guardians and conservatorships.
Marin County Stroke Resource Directory
Download this comprehensive guide for "everyone touched by stroke."
Consumer Health Complete
Browse thousands of full-text journal articles for free with your MARINet library card. Please contact a librarian at the reference desk if you need assistance: 415-289-4121
National Institute on Aging
Explore news, research trends and clinical trials, information videos, articles and health information on dozens of topics.
Merck Health Manuals
Free online access for both consumer and professional versions of these highly respected reference sources. For patients, parents, or caregivers as well as medical professionals or students.
Making the Move to Assisted Living
Senior Health Resources
Moving Tips for Seniors
Boomer's Roadmap to Aging in Place
Guide to Senior Nutrition
Financial Resources for Seniors
Guide to Medicare and Medicaid for Seniors
Veterans Benefits for Seniors
Legal Planning for Alzheimer's and Dementia