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New Community Resources added to Garden Grove’s COVID-19 webpage

New resources for the community have been added to the City of Garden Grove’s coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage including local emergency relief resources for seniors and mental health services.

The H. Louis Lake Senior Center is offering a Senior Wellness Program for seniors to socialize with City staff, promote mental well-being, and provide valuable community resources. In partnership with the Meals on Wheels Orange County, frozen meals are available for seniors over 60 years old. Seniors interested in registering for the Senior Wellness Program or for more information on how to receive frozen meals, please call (714) 741-5253, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Other resources for seniors include Council on Aging Southern California’s ReConnect Early Intervention Services for Older Adults Program, In-Home Supportive Services, and Orange County Adult Protective Services. For a complete list of local resources and services for seniors, visit ggcity.org/coronavirus/resources-seniors.

In an effort to help residents who may be feeling misunderstood or overwhelmed and need someone to talk to, the City has compiled a list of safe, secure, and confidential mental health provides. Resources include COVID-19 Public Information Hotline, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Orange County Child Protective Services, and more. For a complete list of resources and services, visit ggcity.org/coronavirus/mental-health-services.

For more information regarding COVID-19 resources, please contact the City’s Office of Community Relations at (714) 741-5280.

This article was released by the City of Garden Grove.