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Spectrum has been named a beneficiary of the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund.

The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance is supporting six regional safety-net service providers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. The money will help stabilize our operations as we continue to scale to meet the increasing needs in our communities.

Donations are immediately matched 100%, thanks to an initial contribution of $20,000 to the TVNF by the Community Health & Education Foundation. FIND OUT MORE and DONATE NOW.


See our Executive Director, Lara Calvert, in an interview with Mel McKay on Tri-Valley TV here. The interview starts at 9:14.

COVID-19 Update: Spectrum Community Services remains dedicated to serving our senior and low-income clients every day, especially during this challenging time.  

We are closely monitoring the changing conditions surrounding the novel Coronavirus/COVID-19, and staying up-to-date on new developments through national, state and local public health organizations.  

At this time, we are happy to report that the majority of Spectrum programs are operational. Most importantly, we are continuing to deliver meals to our homebound seniors.  Hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes are being used during meal deliveries to ensure that both clients and volunteers remain healthy.  

Additionally, Spectrum has received approval to temporarily allow takeout food from our senior dining sites.

Our Fall Prevention exercise classes have been temporarily suspended. At-home exercise program materials are being distributed and class cancellations are being personally communicated to participants.

LIHEAP utility assistance is processing applications with limited staffing.

Emergency LiHEAP/Weatherization clients with broken furnace or hot water heaters issues are being served due to the health & safety issue.