Family Caregiver Support Program – FCSP

The Department of Aging offers a wide variety of services for caregivers. From Respite Services (someone to come take care of your loved one in the home or out of the home) to in-home help YOU may need, we're here to help you. A social worker is available during normal work hours to talk to you. Depending on your needs, the worker can also come to your home and help develop a plan to take care of YOU so you can continue to help your loved one. For more information, or to talk to the Family Caregiver Support social worker, please call 468-1104 or 1-800-510-2020.

 

To be eligible for the Family Caregiver Support Program:

  • You are an adult caregiver, age 18 and older
  • You are providing informal in-home care to an individual over the age of 60 and frail

 

Call 209-468-1104 for more information or to complete a referral by phone. Or download and complete our Service Referral and Follow-up Summary (SJ 30A form): and either fax it to; 209-932-2663, or mail to; San Joaquin County Human Services Agency, PO Box 201056, Stockton CA 95201.

 

Adult Day Care Programs

https://secure.dss.ca.gov/CareFacilitySearch/

 

Grandparent Support - FCSP

Often grandparents, without financial assistance from the parents, assume the responsibility of raising their grandchildren when the children’s parents are not present in the home. The Grandparent Support Program may be able to help with: education, home repair, transportation, meals, in-home care, housing assistance, respite care, durable medical equipment and supportive services referrals.

To be eligible:

Call 209-468-1104 for more information or to complete a referral by phone. Or download and complete our Service Referral and Follow-up Summary (SJ 30A form): and either fax it to; 209-932-2663, or mail to; San Joaquin County Human Services Agency, PO Box 201056, Stockton CA 95201.

  • You are a grandparent or relative caregiver, age 55 years or older
  • You are primary caregiver to a child under the age of 18; OR an individual with a disability
  • The parent(s) are unable or unwilling to serve as primary caregiver
  • Have a legal relationship to the child or is raising the child informally
  • Caregiver Training and Educational Videos