Beat the Heat
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has issued the following Press Release detailing the Heat Alert that has been issued for July 6th to July 8th, 2018. It can be viewed here.
Visit this page for information and tips on beating the heat.
Case Management – Jewish Family Services
Beverly Hills residents ages 55 and older are eligible for this program of careful and ongoing support for older adults who need assistance in order to continue living independently in the community. Call Lisa Shainberg at (323) 937-5900 x1304 for more information.
Beverly Hills Meals on Wheels
The Beverly Hills Meals on Wheels delivers a hot lunch and cold supper daily, Monday - Friday at the cost of $6.00 ($7.00 for kosher meals) per day to homebound seniors in and around the Beverly Hills area. Please call Pat Jacobson for more information: (310) 423-3517.
Beverly Hills Bar Association Roxbury Park Legal Clinic
The Beverly Hills Bar Association Barristers offer free legal counseling to seniors on the first Saturday of each month from 10am-12 noon on a first-come, first-serve basis in the Roxbury Elm Room. Call (310) 601-2440 for more information.
Reduced Fare MTA Tap Card
Beverly Hills residents aged 62 and older are eligible for a reduced fare MTA Tap Card. Call MTA (213) 680-0054 to obtain a card which can be reloaded monthly at Roxbury Community Center, La Cienega Park or at the Cashier’s office in City Hall.
Senior Lunch Program
Nutritious meals are available to seniors 60 years of age and older, Monday-Friday, 11:30am-12:15pm. Registration is required. The suggested donation for registered seniors is $3 per meal. Non-seniors and non-registered seniors must pay $4 per meal. Please call (310) 285-6844 24 hours in advance to reserve a meal. Current menu here.
A shuttle service within Beverly Hills and some medical sites in adjacent areas is available to residents of Beverly Hills ages 62 and older or disabled persons of any age. Call (310) 275-2791 to create an account.
Stroke Support Group
Re-socialization meeting, field trips and socials for those who have suffered a stroke, and their caregivers. Bi-monthly meetings on Fridays at 12:45pm in the Roxbury Magnolia Suite.
Beverly Hills Active Adult Club (BHAAC)
The Beverly Hills Active Adult Club is a lively club for Beverly Hills residents age 55 and over. Its purpose is to enrich the lives of older persons through educational, cultural and social activities. To join the club please complete the BHAAC membership application and bring to Roxbury Community Center in order to take your picture and pay the registration fees.
Business Meeting and Entertainment Schedule
Mondays, 1pm-2:30pm in the Roxbury Community Center Multipurpose Room
2017 – 2018
BHAAC EXECUTIVE BOARD AND COUNCIL
President Les Bronte
1st Vice President Gloria Gordon
2nd Vice President Maria Heilpern
Treasurer Lou Milkowski
Secretary Gloria Jennings Milkowski
Historians Gloria Shepard
Sunshine Committee Ethel Yablon and Jeanette Lorin
Entertainment Chair/ Past President Winifred Hervey
Past President Mildred Heller
Sergeant of Arms Leo Kaye
Fundraising Advisor Ellyn Snowden
Advisor Judie Fenton
Member-at-large Irene Schwartz
Call (310) 285-6840 for Senior Programs & Services Information