Skip to header Skip to main content Skip to footer
Helpful Village logo
Donate Now
Add me to your mailing list

Friends of Anderson Valley Village

Mendocino County is home to a variety of wonderful organizations and businesses. AVV is eager to collaborate with them and promote their services. This page is a guide to finding and learning more about them.

Anderson Valley Health Center: Providing excellent and affordable health care to the people of Anderson Valley

  • phone: 707-895-3477
  • address: 13500 Airport Rd., Boonville, CA 95415
  • mail address: PO Box 338, Boonville, CA 95415
  • website:
  • services: primary medical care; dental care; behavioral health; dispensary; paperwork guidance; community outreach health screening

Anderson Valley Senior Center: Promoting the health and well-being of senior citizens 60 and over and disabled persons of Anderson Valley.

  • phone: 707-895-3609
  • address: 14470 Highway 128, Boonville, CA 95415
  • website:
  • services: meals, transportation; outreach; health screening; numerous activities
  • Gas Reimbursement for All Volunteer Drivers  -  The Anderson Valley Senior Center has a fund that will reimburse all volunteer drivers for gas if they are driving seniors and/ or low-income Valley residents to Dr./Medical Appointments, or medical errands. The rates have been recently updated and all you have to do is fill out the Endowment Trip Report form and return it to the AV Senior Center. Click here to download a copy or pick one up at the AV Senior Center.

Anderson Valley Elder Home: Addressing the critical lack of affordable, in-town housing for Anderson Valley seniors.

Community Foundation of Mendocino County: Administering charitable funds to advance the well-being of communities in Mendocino County.

  • phone: 707-468-9882
  • address: 204 S. Oak St., Ukiah, CA 95482
  • website:
  • services: help donors give through grants, scholarships, funds, and leadership; support organizations, projects, and individuals throughout the county

HICAP (the Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program), a program of Senior Advocacy Services: The place to go for help with Medicare.

  • phone: (707) 526-4108
  • email: [email protected]
  • address: 1129 Industrial Ave, Petaluma, CA 94952
  • website:
  • services: provides local individual one-on-one counseling by appointment and educational seminars as the primary source for free and unbiased, accurate and objective Medicare information, advocacy and technical assistance to beneficiaries.

Redwood Caregiver Resource Center: Provide support for caregivers caring for adults with cognitive disorders through programs and services that address the emotional, physical, and financial needs of family caregivers.

·    phone: 800-834-1636 or (707) 542-0282 

·    email: [email protected] 

·    address: 1140 Sonoma Avenue, Suite 1 B, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

·    website:

·    services: They provide vital services to unpaid family caregivers – including possible funding (up to $3,600 a year and you don’t have to be low-income to qualify!) for respite care, counseling, consultation, support groups, legal consultation, education, training and more; all free or at very low cost.

 Senior Resource Directory, Community Care Senior Information & Assistance: Providing information and assistance for seniors (60 or older) and disabled individuals and their families, caregivers and support in Mendocino and Lake Counties.

       ·    phone: (707) 468-5132 (or 1-800-510-2020 within Lake and Mendocino Counties)
       ·    email:  [email protected]
       ·    address: Community Care, 301 South State Street, Ukiah, CA 95482
       ·    website:
       ·    services: A Community Resource Specialist will discuss your needs and direct you to available resources in your area. 

If you find an error or broken link or if you wish to suggest other organizations for this page, please contact the Village Coordinator.

The Village Coordinator

707-684-9829  [email protected]  Box 576, Boonville, CA 95415