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Marin County is currently under a public health order to shelter in place — More info on the COVID-19 page

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Delivery Service for Sausalito Seniors

  • During the public health order to shelter at home, Sausalito seniors can get their groceries, take-out food, and medications picked up and delivered to them by vetted local volunteers. The program is offered by Sausalito Village and Call A Ride for Sausalito Seniors (CARSS).
  • The service is available to all residents of Sausalito and the floating homes community who are 60+ years old. Younger adults with a disability are also eligible. A simple application must be completed to initiate the service.
  • Volunteer drivers will have applications available so you can sign up immediately. To learn more, please call (415) 332-3325. Sausalito Village is a non-profit organization working to enhance lives as we age.
  • CARSS is an Age Friendly Sausalito volunteer transportation program managed by Sausalito Village.

Food Resources

Local Groceries with Senior Hours and/or Curbside Pickup

  • Driver's Market at 200 Caledonia Street offers a shopping hour for seniors and immunocompromised customers. Hours are Tuesdays and Fridays, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and all other days from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Curbside pickup is every day but Sunday; call (415) 729-9582 with phone number, list of items, and credit card or local check.
  • Golden Gate Market aat 221 Second Street is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. with a 15% discount for seniors and immunocompromised customers. Curbside pickup is available if you order by phone at (415) 332-3040. Staff will shop for you and have it ready for pickup. Pay by credit card over the phone; they prefer not to take checks.
  • Mollie Stone's at 221 Second Street is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. with a 15% discount for seniors and immunocompromised customers. Curbside pickup is available if you order by phone at (415) 332-3040. Staff will shop for you and have it ready for pickup. Pay by credit card over the phone; they prefer not to take checks.

Pharmacy Delivery

  • CVS Pharmacy will deliver medications and "everyday essentials" for free in as little as three hours to 1-2 days. You can call or fill the prescription online, and be texted through the app when it's ready.

Emotional Support

State Hotline

  • The State of California is now offering a statewide hotline — 1-833-544-2374 — so that seniors can have a one-stop shop to answer their questions and get assistance during the COVID-19 crisis.