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Our Mission Statement:

“Sunshine Services helps provide services, resources and referrals to assist residents in the tasks of daily living.”


Any Sun City Roseville resident may become a Sunshine Services Volunteer and all of the programs listed in this brochure are in need of ongoing volunteers.
Sunshine Services are coordinated by a 9-member council with the Activities Director as their staff liaison. General meetings are held as needed, but information can be found in monthly Courier articles, on the resident website and in the Resident Membership Directory.
Confidentiality and resident privacy is maintained in providing services stated above. No personal or medical information is shared without the specific consent of the resident receiving a service.

For specific contact information, please see our yellow flyer “We’re Here to Help” located in the Association Bulletin Board.
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This is a free loan service for our temporarily disabled residents. Wheelchairs, canes and  walkers are among the items stocked.

Call (916) 367-1695

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If you know a resident who is ill, in the hospital, just home from the hospital, recently moved to a care facility or who has lost a spouse or loved one, we will send an  appropriate card and resource materials.


The following programs are administered by the dedicated Volunteers of Sunshine Services and funded by the Sun City Roseville Foundation:
The Caregiver Relief Program
The Caregiver Relief Program

Caregiver Relief provides four hours of weekly relief for any Sun City resident who is a full-time caregiver. Service is provided by professional agencies and is limited to two years. Qualification requirements exist and a request form (located in the  Administration Office) must be completed.

There is a $5/hour co-pay.

Individual Care Program

Intended to provide short-term care for single residents and/or full-time caregivers who have had a recent serious illness or injury, until they can regain the ability to care for themselves or arrange more permanent care.
*Illness or injury must have occurred recently or the individual must have been recently released  from the hospital. The applicant needs assistance in carrying out usual daily activities. Care is  provided by professional agencies and is limited to a maximum of 40 hours per year. The  scheduling of these hours will be determined by the applicant and a coordinator. There is a $5/ per  hour co-pay.

EMAIL: for more information.

Dial-A-Ride Transportation

Roseville’s curb-to-curb bus service provides transportation within the city of Roseville only.

Photo ID’s are required and may be obtained at the Transportation Department at 316 Vernon Street, Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.

Purchase Dial-a-Ride tickets by calling Donna at 916-952-0510 or Pat at 916-521-9729.

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Seniors First is a nonprofit senior services organization that strives to keep Placer County senior citizens living  independently and comfortably in their own  homes as long as possible. We do so by offering free  services and utilizing volunteer efforts funded by Area 4 Agency on Aging, local support and tax deductible  contributions.
Call (800) 878-9222 ext 216 for information and assistance. The following programs  are available: