If you are 60 years or older and are experiencing financial difficulties, our case managers are eager to help you learn about all the services in our community that are available to help you improve your situation; to supplement your food budget; meet your transportation or health related needs; or find out about social support programs to make sure you are not feeling isolated or alone.

If you are interested in learning more, please visit anytime during our regular client hours, or call and set up an appointment to talk to one of our case managers. All of our case managers are bilingual in English/Spanish.

To schedule an appointment, please call 415-897-4147


Thanks to our many community supporters, we are able to assist 400 low-income seniors last year.

Case Managers

North Marin Community Services offers immediate support if you are in a crisis, AND long-term support to help you live more successfully in the future. Our Client Advocate Case Managers want to help you learn about what resources are available to support you and/or your family and help you gain the strength you need to confidently move forward with your own goals to succeed at home, at school, at work and in our community. Meet our Case Managers.  Read about the  Thriving Family Initiative.


Our “Amigos de la Familia” Program is a home-visiting assistance program for low-income, Spanish- or English-speaking families whose children may be at risk for child abuse or neglect.  Our case managers respond to requests from the County of Marin’s Department of Children and Family Services.  Read More. 


An informal playgroup for children 2 – 5 year olds and their parents, caregivers, and families. Read More.

Healthy Novato Initiative

The mission of Healthy Novato Initiative is to mobilize the Novato community to support youth in developing the internal strengths and external supports they need to make healthy choices when confronted with high-risk behaviors. Community partners include: North Marin Community Services, North Bay Security Group, Novato Unified School District, Marin YMCA, Youth Leadership InstituteRead More.