West County Community Services Blog
Saturday, July 15, Fun for All Ages
“We really want to help locally.” Safeway’s Joy Hayenga
The Executive Director of West County Community Services
I want to help people who need help.
180 cases of Elder Abuse reported in West County last year.
Get the SCOOP for the latest info about what’s happening at the Russian River Senior Resource Center.
Seniors! It’s a haircut with style! And it’s free!
“The arts empower. The arts give a voice to the voiceless.” Robert L. Lynch, President, Americans for the Arts
What cannot be done for many people at one time… needs to be done for one person at a time
It’s a party! Wednesday, May 31 at 4PM
“Make a difference today for someone who’s fighting for their tomorrow.” – Jim Kelly, retired pro football player who struggled through many personal tragedies.
They play golf and they care about their community
She helps her clients see and experience what is possible.
Join our summer crew! Work outside, learn about the environment, contribute to your community,
and have fun while you earn money.
It Was the Gala Fundraiser for the Work of West County Community Services
Many good times!
Dannielle Danforth reflects on the season
Under general direction of the Executive Director, this position will provide supervision for WCCS Counselors and Behavioral Health specialists and related programs and sites. This includes school counselors, the Director of Senior Peer Counseling, the Manager of the Empowerment Center and any related management positions. The Director may also provide direct counseling services, as required. This position will be the primary contact person for all Counseling and Behavioral Health issues.
Three RVs have been donated for homeless housing in Sebastopol
Serving the youth and the elders as Senior Services Case Manager and Youth Services Job Development