Sourcewise has been a blessing for South County seniors in Morgan Hill and Gilroy

Published in The Mercury News Sunday, December 10, 2017

By Elliott Almond

Autumn’s slanting light bathes the South County hillsides in a golden glow to create a sense of tranquility at arm’s length from the bustle of Silicon Valley.

Published in The Mercury News December 4, 2017 at 1:26 pm

By Sal Pizarro

If you’ve donated to the Wish Book, the Mercury News’ holiday giving campaign, you’re already a vital part of an effort that’s helping to make our valley a better place to live. You might think that in a region known for its wealth, your donation might not make much of a dent.

But I am here to tell you that it does. You’re making a huge difference, especially where it really counts.

Published by Morgan Hill Times July 12, 2017

By Staff report

Seniors in South County have a new way of getting around with the launch of Sourcewise’s “Sourcewise Transit Service,” a free transportation service that will provide connections to the senior centers in Morgan Hill and Gilroy.

According to Sourcewsie, there are an estimated 11,574 South County residents who are aged 65 and older. Sourcewise Transit Service operates Monday through Friday in San Martin, Gilroy and Morgan Hill.

Published by Gilroy Dispatch November 18, 2016

By Kimberly Ewertz, Contributor

Though the economy is improving, unemployment is still prevalent. If you are 55 or older, the prospect of finding a job can be quite challenging, but there is hope.

San Martin resident Dolly Poso, 55, experienced first-hand just how difficult securing a job can be for older workers. “I had been looking, but I was competing with 20 year olds,” Poso said, adding, “I’d find myself in this room with five other Barbie dolls, and think they’re not going to hire me.”

Published in the Oct. 14-27, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life

The Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce staff, ambassadors and board members joined Mayor Steve Tate and representatives from Sourcewise for a ribbon-cutting for the newly opened business.

Published on July 13, 2015, issue of The Morgan Hill Times

By Scott Forstner

Sourcewise, a community resource solutions nonprofit organization that helps with coordinating services and support systems for adults in Santa Clara County, will host 10 workshops in Morgan Hill beginning next month.

Published in the July 8-21, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life

By Staff Report

The nonprofit organization Sourcewise assists senior citizens and persons with disabilities in Santa Clara County in navigating the often confusing network of support services by helping adults, their families and caregivers find the social service resources they need. In the South Valley region, Sourcewise representatives offer several direct service programs including health insurance counseling and advocacy, senior employment, Meals on Wheels, care management, and information and awareness.

Posted by US Bureau on April 25, 2014

By Harvey I. Barkin 

Sourcewise gathered experts and advocates to explain the new California health plan initiative

• After Obamacare, how California will manage coverage for those on Medicare, Medi-Cal and other health plans

• 10,994 Filipinos in Santa Clara County alone are affected

• Coordination still a work in progress