Resource Fair for Seniors in Roseville on August 11 at the Maidu Community Center

“One-stop shop” for senior resources

Roseville, CA – On August 11, Placer County residents will be able to attend a “one-stop-shop” for senior resources at the annual Placer PROTECT Senior Resource Fair.

The resource fair is held at Maidu Community Center in Roseville from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

More than 50 resource providers will participate, including Placer County Adult Protective Servicesthe Alzheimer AssociationSeniors First, Agency on Aging-Area 4, Legal Services of Northern California, Salvation Army, and more. The resource fair also includes a free legal clinic, free technical support, free paper waste (2 boxes maximum), several seminars and a coffee with local officials.

Support seniors

“These resources are truly the culmination of all of the hard work of our Placer PROTECT partners to support the senior residents of our county,” said Shannon Quigley, Assistant District Attorney and Placer PROTECT Coordinator. “The partnership and resources available in our county are unparalleled and a wonderful example of why Placer County is such an amazing place to work, live and retire.”

To ensure the safety and protection of older adults in the county, the Placer County District Attorney’s Office created Placer County PROTECT, a multidisciplinary task force dedicated to elder abuse investigation, victim support, and community awareness.

PROTECT stands for Providing Senior Citizens Resources and Awareness Together. This team is made up of the district attorney’s office, victim services, adult protective services, local law enforcement, nonprofit organizations, and community representatives.

Connect to local resources

“How a community protects, serves and supports its senior community affects the quality of life in every county,” Quigley said. “Here in Placer County, our seniors are a priority. Whether you are a senior or have an elderly loved one, this resource fair is a great opportunity for anyone to connect with local resources who are working around the clock to protect our elderly residents.

Quick Start Guide

August 11, 2022
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Maidu Community Center
Roseville, California.



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