Meeting the Needs of our Vulnerable Community
The Community Coalition is composed of representatives from service organization, faith based community groups, SLO Coastal Unified School District, local law enforcement, local government and the Chamber of Commerce. Bi-monthly meeetings are held at the South Bay Community Center. Meeting topics reflect the needs of the community, such as poverty, health, the unhoused, resources, affordable activities for youth and older adults and transportation.
DUE TO COVID-19: OUR CENTER IS SHELTERING IN THE OFFICE, COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE IS STILL AVAILABLE BY PHONE OR EMAIL.
The Resource Center is a place that serves families and adults of all ages in need. Individuals may make an appointment for a confidential intake for assistance with medical services, mental health services, employment, transportation, housing and legal issues.
880 Manzanita Dr, Room 18
Los Osos, California 93402
FREE COMMUNITY DINNERS
Free Community Dinners every Thursday of the month, 5-6:00 at South Bay Community Center (2180 Palisades Avenue, LO)
Made possible with the help of: St. Benedict's Episcopal Church, Maharlika Christian Fellowship, 4-H of Los Osos, Los Osos Rotary, People Helping People, Los Osos Cares, Church of LDS, MB, United Trinity Methodist Church. Call 805- 592-2701 for more information.
Open to all unsheltered Los Osos community members on nights that are rainy or cold (35 degrees or lower). Hosted and run as a collaborative effort of South Bay Community Center, Los Osos Cares, and St. Benedict's Episcopal Church. Call 805-806-0244 for more information.
Womenade Estero Bay is a program for Estero Bay with collaboration with original Womenade program (which was dissolved in 1/19). Program connections are generated by agency referrals in helping families, seniors and adults to acquire services for: basic needs, financial and housing support, utilities, medical needs and much more.
Los Osos Cares connects seniors to community resources. Older adults are provided with resources and community contacts to help older adults living in Los Osos. The Senior Program plans and coordinates presentations to groups about concerns of older adults. There are volunteers who have specialized skills working with older adults. A service list is available for all services and organizations in SLO County. Morro Bay Resource Connection is an agency who provides mutual resources. County agencies bring services to the Resource Center. Is a member of the Commission on Aging and the Adult Services Policy Council of San Luis Obispo.