For Residents

Resident Service Coordinators work with residents to identify and connect them with the following resources:

  • Financial assistance
  • Healthcare options
  • Long-term care options
  • Nutrition
  • Transportation options
  • Veteran benefits and services

Looking for a Resident Services Coordinator for your community?

Ageless Fitness Virtual Exercise Classes

The Community Life Foundation partners with fitness expert Claudia Espina-Bresnahan to bring residents virtual exercise classes, called Ageless Fitness. These classes are designed to help residents maintain an active lifestyle, while boosting their physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing.

Currently, classes are offered to residents at Alderwood Court, Arrowhead Gardens, Auburn Court, Cedar Park, Meridian Court, New Haven, and Victoria Park.

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Claudia Espina-Bresnahan is a graduate from Bastyr University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and Wellness. She is an ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist and a Senior Fitness Specialist. She really enjoys working with people to encourage them to remain active, and help them improve balance, strength and function.

Questions about Ageless Fitness? Contact Lynne Vetsch at agelessfitness@shag.org.

Disclaimer: By participating in this fitness program, you agree that you do so at your own risk and agree to be solely responsible for your own safety and well-being. Additionally, you also agree that you have checked with your doctor before beginning this fitness program, and that you will not hold the Community Life Foundation or its affiliates responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of your participation in this fitness program.

Community Food Pantries

To ensure that all residents have access to food and essential supplies, the Community Life Foundation has established a Food Pantry at each site. Each Food Pantry offers non-perishable food items, personal hygiene supplies and home and cleaning supplies at no cost for any resident in need, regardless of income.

The Food Pantries are run by resident volunteers and are one way we can help sustain our residents’ health and well-being as we manage through this pandemic and into the future. For more information on your community’s Food Pantry and how to access it or donate items, please contact your Resident Services Coordinator.

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Community Health Advocate

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To better serve residents’ needs for healthcare information and resources, the Community Life Foundation offers free services to residents from a Community Health Advocate who can help them navigate the complex and often-confusing aspects of healthcare. Not only can the Community Health Advocate help residents find qualified and available healthcare providers, she is an RN who can provide medication education, insurance assistance and help with healthcare documents and advocacy.

Residents needing health advocate assistance should contact Mary Pope, RN, at (425) 765-2757 or marytpope@hotmail.com.

Resident & Community Support Grant Applications

The Resident & Community Support Fund (RCSF) directly and indirectly supports residents at communities supported by the Community Life Foundation (CLF).  Both residents and team members may apply for these grants. Learn More.