We are happy to have our important work featured by media outlets. Telling our story and sharing our impact inspires support of our mission and in turn, helps us to continue to serve the frail elder population along with those with disabilities. The goal of this page is provide resources for journalists or anyone interested in our press coverage and organizational announcements.
Marketing & Development Director
Marketing & Development Specialist
Choice in Aging is a nonprofit eldercare/healthcare organization providing services from our programs/offices in Pleasant Hill, Antioch, and most recently, Fairfield. Our mission is to provide independence & dignity to frail adults. We offer a choice and alternative to skilled nursing facilities or expensive in home care, while giving caregivers much needed respite. For more information, please check us out at www.choiceinaging.org or on Facebook at facebook.com/choiceinaging.
Previous Media Coverage
Choice in Aging Highlights 2022 Accomplishments
As Covid Deaths Climb, Even Seniors Skip the Latest Booster
‘Isolated By Pandemic’ Media Briefing Coverage
COVID-19 vaccines to seniors and caregivers in low income housing complexes
COVID Vaccine Mobile ‘Strike Teams’ Take Doses To Hard-To-Reach Seniors Of CoCo County
‘It’s pretty messed up’: Frustrated Kaiser members look outside provider for COVID-19 vaccines
“I can’t tell you how many calls I’ve gotten that Kaiser is not scheduling these appointments,” said the CEO (Debbie Toth) of East Bay non-profit that’s helping thousands of seniors get vaccinated.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a confusing maze for many CA seniors; largely depends on luck
Debbie Toth Named as 2018 Recipient of Contra Costa Chair of the Board Award
After Pleasant Hill Preschool Closes Suddenly, An Unlikely Savior Emerges
Assemblymember Grayson Honors Choice in Aging as Nonprofit of the Year
Pleasant Hill Promises Money to Build Affordable Senior Housing Project
March 6, 2023 — Assemblymember Buffy Wicks introduces legislation to provide equitable transportation services for older Californians and people with disabilities
June 30, 2022 — Choice in Aging Awarded $10 Million in California State Budget for Aging in Place Campus
June 11, 2019 — Choice in Aging Chosen as Nonprofit of the Year
August 18, 2019 — Choice in Aging President & CEO Appointed to Master Plan for Aging Stakeholder Advisory Committee