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Counseling Services

COVID-19 Update:  During the Shelter in Place the Counseling Office is open.  All appointments are being provided remotely, via phone appointment or video chat.  Support Groups are still being held via Zoom.  Lectures continue to be provided by Webinar.  Contact the Counseling Office for details or check the Rossmoor News for schedules.

Rossmoor Counseling Services can be reached at (925) 988-7750 or via email:

The goal of Rossmoor Counseling Services is to help Rossmoor Residents achieve maximum life satisfaction and maintain their independence.

The Counseling Office is available to assist residents by providing brief psychotherapy as needed.  Sessions are provided either in office or in the home if the resident has difficulty traveling to Gateway Clubhouse in Rossmoor.  There is no out-of-pocket fee for these services.

In addition to clinical services, Rossmoor Counseling provides assistance with long-term care planning, home assessments, family consultation, and community resource information. There is no out-of-pocket fee for these services.

Counseling Services is staffed by licensed clinicians with professional training and expertise in gerontology. All consultations are confidential.

Some of the programs offered through Counseling are:

  • Brief Individual Counseling
  • Brief Couples Counseling
  • Resource information and connection
  • Support Groups
  • Optimum Wellness Lecture Series
  • Other Special Events throughout the year.
  • Forms such as the POLST, Advanced Healthcare Directive, and The Five Wishes can be obtained in the counseling office along with many other resources.

Rossmoor Counseling Services is in the Gateway Clubhouse in Rossmoor.

1001 Golden Rain Road

The office is open from 8:00am to 4:30pm.

If you need assistance outside of our office hours leave a message in our confidential voicemail and we will return your call during office hours.  If you need immediate assistance or are experiencing a psychiatric emergency, please call the following 24 hour support services:

Contra Costa Crisis Center: Dial 211.

The Friendship Line – An accredited crisis line for people aged 60 years and older, and adults living with disabilities:  1-(800) 971-0016

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255.

Penny Reed, Supervisor
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
(925) 988-7752


Jasmine Hajyan-Quigley
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
(925) 988-7753


Jill Meyers
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist


Florence Clifton
Administrative Assistant




Click here for a brochure about the Counseling Services Department