When working with older adults, compassion and respect are the foundation of sustainable efforts. It takes empathy and a high regard for human dignity to understand the distress of those who navigate the later stages of life. At Peninsula Family Service, we believe that the best way to approach the subject of aging is to ensure no one faces these challenges alone. We envision a community with opportunity for all, regardless of age or life circumstances.

To learn more about 70 Strong, you can read below or visit the 70 Strong website.

The Partnership

In 2016, we partnered with the Sequoia Healthcare District* to invest in the well-being, peace of mind and quality of life of its residents. This is how 70 Strong was born. Whether you’re looking for yourself or for someone you care about (a family member, friend, neighbor or client), we invite you to connect with this wonderful new resource and enjoy your decades ahead!

About 70 Strong

70 Strong is the first personal resource guide to activities and services for older adults in our community. The Web-based directory makes it easy to connect with activities and services for older adults. It includes a wide array of categories, such as: fitness and social activities, volunteer opportunities, transportation, enrichment and support groups. It is available online, via phone and in face to face meetings with 70 Strong representatives.

How does it work?

Just click, call, or visit us in person!

  • Click: Visit www.70Strong.org to learn more about 70 Strong and visit the user-friendly directory of activities and services. “Like” 70 Strong on Facebook to receive the latest 70 Strong news.
  • Call: 70 Strong representatives are available to help you find what you are looking for. Call (650) 780-7547 today.
  • Meet: Drop-in to 70 Strong locations or request a home visit.

*The Sequoia Healthcare District covers central and southern San Mateo County. Specifically this includes the cities of Atherton, Belmont, Redwood City, Portola Valley , San Carlos, Woodside and portions of Menlo Park, Foster City and San Mateo.