COVID FOOD AND SERVICE RESOURCES
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Grocery Shopping and Delivery through Sausalito Village/CARSS
You can contact Sausalito Village/CARSS if you are in need of essentials - food, medication, and pet supplies delivered. Call 415-332-3325 or email email@example.com. All of our volunteers have been vetted and are eager to help out! This is a free service open to all residents 60 years and older, younger with a disability or living with an at-risk elder.
Grocery Delivery through Instacart
More and more Villagers are having their groceries delivered using online shopping through Instacart which services Mollie Stones, Target, BevMo, Costco and more. Start your order by going directly to the STORE WEBSITE and not Instacart. Once on the store site, click on Delivery options. This will redirect you to Instacart for that specific store.
Problems setting up Instacart? Call Sausalito Village for volunteer assistance at 415-332-3325.
Problems with an order? When you receive your order check it carefully. If you have a problem, call 1-844-981-3433 daily 5am-8pm. There is a Senior Dedicated Line. Have your order date, delivery date and person who did the shopping ready to report. If you are not satisfied with your response, call the store manager, it is in their best interest to make it right.
Mollie Stones Sausalito - (415) 331-6900
Target Marin City - (415) 944-5540
Safeway Strawberry - (415) 360-9016
Grocery Store Senior Hours
Most stores offer shopping hours for seniors only, either every day or every week. Check the website or call the store before you go as these hours tend to change.
Grocery Store Curbside Delivery
Many stores are now successfully offering curbside pick up. Locally, Drivers Market, Golden Gate Market, Target, Good Earth and more. Check the website or call ahead to put in your order. Even stores like Home Depot offer curbside, contactless delivery to your car.
Groceries and Food For Those in Need
Marin County Health and Human Services updates a food resource list. Click here: Food resources
Restaurant Take Out and Delivery
The Chamber of Commerce has information on all the local restaurants providing take out and delivery.
Dining on Caledonia Street
Weather permitting, temporary on-street dining is now available along Caledonia Street's "restaurant row" for dinner on Thursdays and lunch and dinner on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Participating restaurants are F3, Sartaj, San Drino, and Osteria Divino. The street configuration calls for a maximum of five tables for each of the four participating restaurants to allow for sufficient distance between dining parties.
Prepared Meals Delivered to Your Door (recommended by members)
Good Eggs - www.goodeggs.com
Dinner Ready - https://dinner-ready.com
Jessie and Laurent - https://jessieetlaurent.com/
Freshly - www.freshly.com
Meal Kits Include All for YOU to Prepare Delivered to Your Door (recommended by members)
Martha Stewart Marley Spoon - www.marleyspoon.com
Hello Fresh - www.hellofresh.com
Non-emergency peer emotional support
If you are in need of emotional support that is more than friends and family or the Village can offer, please contact the Friendship Line, a 24 hour hotline specifically for seniors through the Institute on Aging. Phone: 800-971-0016. Here is a link to the website: https://www.ioaging.org/services/all-inclusive-health-care/friendship-line
Again, if there is something you need, let us know! You can reach us at 415-332-3325 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sausalito Public Library
Curbside service is now available on Tuesdays from 12-6pm and Wednesday/Thursdays from 10am-2pm. Call the Library to make an appointment at 415-289-4121. CARSS can pick up for you! Contact 415-332-3325 for arrangements. More info from the Library website: City of Sausalito Library website
The Sausalito Parks and Recreation Department
Virtual Rec Room
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Sausalito Village is still providing free fabric face coverings. Contact email@example.com. Residents are required to wear face coverings while shopping and carrying out other essential services. They should carry a face covering along with them when they are out exercising in case they encounter situations where they can not maintain six feet social distancing requirement.
Transportation specifically geared to seniors with vetted and trained drivers who can physically assist riders and even sign riders out post- medical procedures. Drivers can handle wheelchairs and walkers. No charge for additional riders. First ride is free (distance dependent). Learn more at: www.onwardrides.com
This volunteer driver program is still up and running for non-covid medical appointments. Sign up through Carepool ahead of time to have an application on file when you need the ride. Rides must be reque
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Marin County Public Health Department
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