Senior Health & Wellness Services

261 Fearless Club Los Angeles

Phone: (562) 458-9472
Contact: Patricia Winiecki

261 Fearless Club Los Angeles was launched at the Pasadena Senior Center in January 2020 to empower senior women to become and stay active.

This fearless and successful beginning has enabled and inspired us to reach out to women of all ages and all abilities, 18 years and up.

Our weekly, one-hour activity programs are guided by Certified 261 Coaches and supported by welcoming and experienced members.

Our meetings are from 2–3 pm every Tuesday. Our meeting location varies, including the Pasadena Senior Center, Pasadena City points of interest, Pasadena parks, and the Pasadena Rose Bowl, Arroyo and trails. Locations are posted on Strava at 261 Fearless Club Los Angeles Meeting Locations or please feel free to email Coach Pat at

Our mission is to engage and support women of all backgrounds and abilities to get active and stay healthy. We provide education and a welcoming, safe space for women to learn, move and have fun. We are non-judgmental, non-competitive and nonperformance-based. We encourage the social running, rather than speed or distance. We teach good technique and provide cutting-edge information on women’s health. We welcome walkers and runners.

261 Fearless Los Angeles is a local, nonprofit organization and is part of the 261 Fearless, Inc. global network. We invite and encourage women interested in becoming coaches or learning to establish their own clubs to visit

Those interested in supporting our efforts for women’s health may donate at We cannot thank you enough for your support!

Please feel free to contact Coach Pat at Be Fearless. Be Free. Be Grateful. Run with 261

Chefs For Seniors - Pasadena

Phone: (626) 737-2052
Contact: Pamela Dodough

Personal Chef for Seniors

Our mission is to improve seniors' lives through food. We are a woman and minority-owned business that provides professional chef services, tailored to our client's health and wellness needs.  We handle the menu planning, grocery shopping, meal prep, and kitchen clean-up by preparing meals in your home, fully customizable based on dietary needs & food preferences.  

Pasadena Senior Center

Phone: (626) 795-4331
Fax Number: (626) 577-4235
Contact: Akila Gibbs

The Pasadena Senior Center’s (PSC) mission is to improve the lives of older adults through caring service with opportunities for social interaction, fitness programs, basic support and needs services, education, volunteerism, and community activism. With 10,000 people per day becoming seniors, the Center is a leader in addressing the issues of aging in this age of the “Silver Tsunami,” and provides innovative, cutting-edge, nationally recognized programs for this population. As a donor-supported nonprofit, it does so without support from local, state, or government funding. 

Because Americans treasure individualism above almost all other values, we tend to hold individuals responsible for solving their own aging challenges. If people make “good” lifestyle choices to preserve their health, like eating well or making “responsible” investment decisions for retirement security, then any challenges in later life may be viewed as their own fault—and theirs to correct or endure. For those of us in the field of aging, a surprising fact is that most members of the public don’t accept the view that aging represents the entire population getting older, but see it as a change that happens solely to individuals. Thus, older adults are often left to fend for themselves. 

The Pasadena Senior Center is changing public attitudes about aging today and addressing the numerous and varied needs of seniors in the community by focusing on the following goals: Social Wellness and Healthy Aging. These concepts address all the needs of older adults, which run across a wide spectrum and allow them to age in their homes and communities. PSC is the one agency that provides the most services to seniors in the San Gabriel Valley. 

Pasadena Village

Phone: (626) 765-6037
Contact: Katie, Executive Director Brandon

Pasadena Village is an intentional community of adults over 55 who support each other while living independently in their homes. Over 130 Members (and growing) engage in a robust calendar of discussion groups, social activities, support groups, and educational programs. Members nurture new friendships and meaningful experiences while encouraging ways to contribute to the wider community.

Prestige Home Care Angels, Inc.

Phone: (626) 460-6555
Fax Number: (866) 347-5005
Contact: Xochitl Garcia