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Elder Care Alliance Offers a Variety of Residence Options for Seniors

As an integrated system, Elder Care Alliance operates a network of communities that offers a range of senior living options with varying levels of service, support and care. Whether you’re looking for a little assistance or a higher level of care, a short-term stay or a new home, Elder Care Alliance has a community to meet your needs.

Known for using innovative technologies and great clinical outcomes, Elder Care Alliance communities embrace a philosophy of person-centered care that treats each individual with dignity and respect. We are a non-profit, financially secure organization dedicated to caring for older adults through holistic wellness, innovation and collaboration, and a network of professionals and partners.

Our Communities

AlamaVia of Camarillio

Personalized, comprehensive assisted living and memory care services for seniors in Southern California.

(877) 543-8030

AlamaVia of San Fransisco

High-quality, comprehensive assisted living and memory care services for Bay Area seniors.

(877) 849-6765

AlamaVia of San Rafael

Comprehensive assisted living and memory care services for Bay Area seniors.

(877) 798-1976

Mercy Retirement & Care Center

Assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation services to meet a variety of health care needs.

(877) 790-2426

The Villa at San Mateo

Independent living apartments for active seniors in the Bay Area with charm and a fabulous location.

(650) 212-4400

Elder Care Alliance

Offering seniors assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, independent living and rehabilitation for over 20 years.

Community News

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‘Movie Moments’ Stimulates Discussion with Classic Film Clips

“Here’s looking at you, kid.” You probably remember that famous quote from the classic 1942 movie “Casablanca.” And even if you don’t recall the name of the actor who uttered those well-known words — Humphrey Bogart — you’d likely recognize his face. Watching clips from familiar, classic films can temporarily ease the burden of dementia…

From Our Blog

Mercy Mobile Grocery Truck.

New Website, Mobile Grocery Truck Support Mercy Brown Bag Program

Our Mercy Brown Bag Program is getting the word — and the groceries — out to more seniors than ever before. On April 19, Oakland city officials participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Mercy Brown Bag Mobile Grocery Truck. The event took place at Mercy Retirement & Care Center during Senior Hunger Awareness…

Upcoming Events

The BridgeHaven Learning Series – Dementia, Art & Creativity

The BridgeHaven Learning Series – Dementia, Art & Creativity

Join Us for a 4-Part Education Series on Alzheimer’s & Other Dementias. Learn how to utilize dementia-specific communication methods to both overcome challenging behaviors and create positive emotional connections.