Advocacy & Policy

Village Movement California advocates with diverse audiences including local and state policymakers to ensure that Californians have and know their options for aging support.

A policy team is forming to explore advocacy and policy, and we invite you to join through the Contact Us link. In the meantime, we encourage local villages to build relationships with partners and policymakers.

Find Your Mayor and City Council Members

Go to your city’s website and find links to government, city council, mayor

Find Your County Supervisors

Go to your county’s website and find links to government, supervisors

Find Your State Representative

State Assembly


California Congressional Delegation

ChaiVIllageLA members toast another successful outing

Member Spotlight


ChaiVillageLA is the first synagogue-based village in the country, a bold partnership of two cutting-edge Reform synagogues — Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills and Temple Isaiah — to challenge their congregants to rethink their paradigms of aging and use their accumulated experience, talents, wisdom and creativity to build a community of mutual respect, support, caring and concern. In ChaiVillageLA there is no distinction between members and volunteers. Rather, all members are expected to contribute approximately four hours per month to the health and vitality of the community. Service can be in a variety of forms, including serving on a committee, working in the office, organizing an interest group or program, or providing assistance to a fellow member.