If you are, please note that RESCO dues are $5.00 per month, or $60 per year. If you are currently retired, you may ask StanCERA to withhold your monthly RESCO dues from your retirement check, or you can pay us directly. If you are not yet retired, we ask that you pay your RESCO dues in advance for the year.
There are several ways you can join RESCO!
• Call Denita Canton (209) 521-1666
• Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Use our website “Contact Us” email form
• If you have one of our brochures, there is an application for RESCO membership inside. You may complete that form and mail it to
RESCO, Inc., P. O. Box 1646, Modesto, CA 95353
RESCO, Inc. is the ONLY OFFICIAL ORGANIZATION that represents Retired Employees of Stanislaus County Organizations, including retirees from Stanislaus County, Superior Court, City of Ceres, East Side Mosquito Abatement District, Hills Ferry Cemetery District, Keyes Community Services District, Salida Sanitary District, and StanCOG.
Anyone who is presently receiving or anticipating a monthly retirement allowance from the Stanislaus County Employees Retirement Association (StanCERA) is eligible to become a RESCO member.
As a member of RESCO, you have representation on the StanCERA Retirement Board, and are served by the RESCO Board of Directors who works diligently for members to assure that their needs are met. It is important to all of us as retirees to have someone stand up for our rights, and RESCO is the organization to do it!
Call: (209) 521-1666
P.O. Box 1646
Modesto, CA 95353
Retired Employees of Stanislaus County Organizations, Inc.
RESCO is a full voting member of the California Retired County Employees Association (CRCEA), an alliance of 20 California Counties whose retirement systems were established under the 1937 Retirement Act.
In addition to employing lobbyists working to protect our rights and help us to be heard by the Legislation, CRCEA has a Legislative Committee that writes, submits, supports and follows up on bills relating to our pensions. We also have the Retirement Security Committee which is instrumental as a vigorous “watch-dog” committee for all retirees; making presentations and writing papers in support of our pensions. CRCEA also acts on behalf of our local organizations by writing letters of support when we become involved in legal matters. CRCEA represents approximately 200,000 retired county employees, through their local organizations. Its influence cannot be underestimated!