Hong Lok Senior Centers (Family Bridges) 

Hong Lok Senior Centers (Family Bridges) 

The Hong Lok Senior Center of Family Bridges has two drop-in locations for community members ages 55 years and older. The primary site is on 168 11th Street in Oakland, CA, and the satellite site is located on the edge of Lincoln Park, facing 11th Street, also in Oakland, CA. Both sites offer a safe and welcoming environment for seniors to strengthen their social networks, engage in stimulating activities and increase their capacity to live independently.

Our staff members are bilingual in Cantonese, Mandarin, or English; bilingual volunteers speak Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese, and English. This program is funded by the Alameda County Area Agency on Aging and the City of Oakland.

Hong Lok’s programs are designed to help our participants achieve and maintain their independence. Hong Lok provides daily nutritionally-balanced, hot Chinese lunches, educational and recreational programs, exercise classes, personal safety and crime prevention workshops, classes on accessing health-related topics on the internet, health education on topics pertinent to seniors, information and referral to local services, holiday celebrations, field trips, etc..

Participants must be able to care for themselves independently while maneuvering through the Centers and participating in Center activities. Hong Lok staff will determine if participants are required to be accompanied by a care attendant while at the Centers.

Service Area
Alameda County
261 11th St
Oakland, CA 94607
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