SASCC, pronounced "sassy," was formed for the purpose of serving and caring for the needs of Saratoga area seniors. Our programs reflect our core values, which are Friendship, Community, Learning, and Service.
The Senior Center is located at Allendale and Fruitvale in Saratoga, adjacent to the Saratoga Community Center. We provide over 40 activities and programs, as well as other services.
The Adult Care Center (ACC) is a place for less independent elders to enjoy physical, mental, and social stimulation, a nutritious lunch, and the special care they need. Services are provided on a sliding scale. The programs help delay or prevent institutionalization of elders and provide much needed respite for their families and caregivers.
Message from Susan Huff, Executive Director
Thank you for taking an interest in SASCC and finding our website.
Whether you would like to participate in our classes and activities, support our services in a volunteer capacity, or provide financial support, we welcome you to our organization. Please peruse our website and see where you might find your niche.
We would like to share a very special short trailer with you. We hope that you will benefit from this prespective on one family's caregiving experience.
Filmmaker-photographer couple Julie Winokur and Ed Kashi created a video telling their own story as they took care of Winokur's father. Watch the video
The Sandwich Generation for an honest, intimate account of their own shifting and challenging responsibilities, as well as some of their unexpected joys.
I welcome you to give me a call or send me an email for any questions you might have. I would love to give you a tour and introduce you to our fabulous staff and volunteers!
SASCC is fun, SASCC is growing, and SASCC is the place to be!
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Saratoga Adult Care Center
The Saratoga Area Senior Coordinating Council (SASCC), a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, was founded in 1981 by a group of concerned older adults who lived within the Saratoga Community. SASCC's mission to serve the many different needs of local seniors resulted in the establishment of the Saratoga Senior Center and the Saratoga Adult Care Center.
Most of our funding comes from membership dues, class fees, adult care fees, fundraisers, private
donations, gifts, and bequests, coming from foundation and government grants.
In addition, a restricted endowment fund gifted to SASCC a number of years ago has enabled the organization to operate while continuing to provide exceptional services to the elders of the Saratoga area.
The buildings, utilities, and maintenance are donated by the city. Much of our staff are