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DEFINITION OF A TRIAD (Download Triad Senior Living Survey).
National community poling initiative wherein law enforcement professionals, seniors and community groups partner to meet the crime-safety needs of seniors.

The City of Brentwood TRIAD council is committed to improving the quality of life for the senior citizens of our community by enhancing their health, safety and security through communication, education and outreach.

Reduce crimes against the elderly and reduce the unwarranted fear of crime that seniors often experience.

About 31% of seniors (10.5 million) live alone.  Persons 85 years and older are the fastest growing segment of seniors.  Americans 65 years old and older are a fast growing demographic group.  In 2011, the baby boom generation will begin to turn 65.  By 2030, it is estimated that there will be 70.3 million seniors.  This is equivalent to 1 in 5 Americans.  Seniors will live longer.  Eventual declines in cognitive and physical functions could make them more vulnerable to victimization.


  • Opens communication between public safety personnel, adult services and seniors
  • Allows seniors to voice their concerns about crime and safety
  • Provides an avenue for active senior volunteers to help others
  • Reduces senior isolation, a contributing factor to senior victimization
  • Strengthens the ties amongst community groups
  • Builds a sense of community
  • Expands law enforcement personnel capabilities within the community



Diane McLean – Summerset I  Anne Mooney – Summerset I
Gail Hutchins – Summerset II  Chelly Bruckner – Summerset IV
Jeanne Dean – Summerset II  Peggy Soares – Summerset III
Virginia Fahimi – Summerset III Jennifer Gomes – Summerset III
Mike Sloane – Summerset IV  Fred Gouveig – Trilogy
Barbara Russell –Cambra Lt. Doug Silva – Brentwood PD


April 23, 201 4 at 1 pm in the Orchards Lodge This program offers lots of valuable information and resources that can save you time, money, and the regrets that can happen when you "don't know what you don't know" Speakers Include

George Rieffanaugh - Operations Officer in the local Antioch Social Security Office. George has worked every position in a Social Security Office in his 28 years with this important government agency. He really knows Social Security and should be able to answer all your questions.

Katie Knudson-Carruesco - Northern California Education and Outreach Coordinator for the State of California Department of Business Oversight which regulates and supervises state licensed financial institutions and services to provide consumer protection for all of us.

Karen Tedford -Senior Assistant to our State Assembly Representative Jim Frazier who can provide case management assistance with problems related to pensions, frauds, and many other State related issues. Karen has a broad background in government at both at the Federal and State levels.

Stefanie West -Estate Planning Attorney who works with wills, trusts and Medi-Cal planning. Stefanie will visit with you in your home to do this planning where you have all your paperwork available. Stefanie also serves on the Lafayette Senior Services Commission and the Contra Costa County Council on Aging.

Chelley Brucker - Chelley has 36 years of experience in real estate sales and property management. She also spent 5 years on the Area Agency on Aging Advisory Commission, trained as a HICAP Medicare Counselor, and is an RN and Physical Therapist with a specialty in geriatric care management.

For more information on the upcoming seminars, contact Lt. Doug Silva at 925-809-7712

Currently this council is in effect in Alameda County and San Francisco.

The Identity Theft Council is a unique partnership between law enforcement, the business community, and local volunteers to provide local and in-person support to victims of identity theft.
The council provides identity theft victims with greater long term support and recovery assistance in their local community and at the same time helping to reduce the incidence of identity theft by improving local awareness and education.
Elder Financial Protection Network (EFPN) in San Francisco is an award-winning nonprofit organization that offers community education events and training for financial professionals; also works directly with elders to empower them to avoid financial exploitation.
East County Senior Coalition (ECSC), 301 W. 10th Street, Antioch - Sydney Anderson
Contra Costa for Every Generation (CCEG) - Elaine Welch
Advisory Council on Aging, Contra Costa County - Shirley Krohn
Stroke Support Group of Contra Costa County - Harvey Brosler (Publicity and Outreach Coordinator)
Caring Hands (a John Muir Health program) – Linda Groobin
Conflict Resolution Programs through the Center For Human Development
Program director – Barbara Proctor, J.D. (925) 687-8844 X250
391 Taylor Boulevard, Suite 120
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523-2275
The Vial of Life Project
4712 Admiralty Way #229
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
1(888) 473-2800

The Vial of Life is designed to speak for you when you can't speak for yourself. The vial contains important medical information that can assist emergency personnel in administering the proper medical treatment.
An Elderly Wish Foundation “Making Wishes Come True”
P.O. Box 4365
Antioch, CA 94509
(925) 978-1883 or

The mission: To enrich the final days of the terminally ill elderly by making a life-long wish come true.
ComForcare Home Care – Non-Medical Home Care Services
410 Beatrice Court, Suite C
Brentwood, Ca 94513
Lisa Santos – Community Outreach
(925) 684-7113     Fax (925) 684-7115

Meal Preparation Companionship Alzheimer’s Care
Medication Reminders Transportation  Bathing & Grooming
Safety Supervision Errands Hygiene
Housekeeping   Family Respite   Transfers

For questions regarding the TRIAD, contact Lieutenant Doug Silva at
(925) 809-7712

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