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Local Agencies and Non-Profits
 
 
AARP Virginia, 
707 E. Main St., Suite 910
  
Richmond, VA 23219
Tony Hylton, Associate State Director
888-687-2277

  AARP is a nonprofit membership organization of persons 50 and older dedicated to addressing their needs and interests. We lead positive social change and deliver value to members through information, advocacy and service. AARP also provides a wide range of unique benefits, special products, and services for our members.

American Red Cross,  Central VA Chapter
1105 Rose Hill Drive
  
Charlottesville, VA 22903
Keila Rader, Executive Director
434-979-7143

  The work of the Central Virginia Chapter of American Red Cross is to enable people throughout its jurisdiction to live safer, healthier lives, to cope with emergencies, and to return to normalcy in the aftermath of a disaster. Services will be responsive to the needs of the people, consistent with the standards and mission of the American Red Cross and guided by the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement.

Arthritis Foundation,  Virginia Chapter
3805 Cutshaw Ave. Suite 200
  
Richmond, VA 23230
Ruth Meyer
800-456-4687

  The mission of the Arthritis Foundation is to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases. For information, please call the toll-free Arthritis Foundation Information Line at 1-800-568-4045.

Benefits CheckUp,  NCOA
1901 L Street, NW, 4th Floor
  
Washington, DC 20036
National Council on Aging
202-479-1200

  The NCOA helps older people remain healthy and independent, find jobs, increase access to benefits programs, and discover meaningful ways to continue contributing to society. For help applying for benefits, please visit www.benefitscheckup.org.

Center for Nonprofit Excellence, 
PO Box 5652
  
Charlottesville, VA 22905
Wendy Brown, Director
434-244-3330

  The Center for Nonprofit Excellence (the CNE) is the first local resource center founded to maximize the potential of the nonprofit sector through education, training, resource sharing, and mentoring. Located in Charlottesville, we also serve the surrounding counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson.

Charlottesville Chamber of Commerce, 
PO Box 1564
  
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Danielle Fitz-Hugh
434-295-3141

  The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to representing private enterprise, promoting business and enhancing the quality of life in the greater Charlottesville communities. Founded in 1913, today the Chamber has 1,200 member businesses and civic organizations, including seniors’ services groups.

Charlottesville Parks & Recreation, 
PO Box 911
  
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Mildred Spicer
434-970-3264

  The Therapeutic Recreation Program is for individuals, ages preschool and up, with physical and or mental disabilities whose recreational needs cannot be met by regular programs. The goals of the activities are to improve self-esteem, health, social skills, recreation skills, safety skills, and independence while having fun. Staff participant ratio is usually 1 to 8.

Church of the Incarnation,  Roman Catholic Community
1465 Incarnation Drive
  
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Frank Squillace, Administrator
434-973-4381

  Welcome to the Church of the Incarnation! For over 30 years, our Parish has stood as a beacon of faith and love in our community. Our vision, continues to focus on nurturing spiritual growth and Christ-centered relationships while promoting peace and justice. Come celebrate with us at our liturgies and join with us through our various ministries in service to our Lord. Spanish mass available.

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  Keenagers - Covenant Church
  1025 E. Rio Road
  
  Charlottesville, VA 22901
  434-973-5536
  Our Senior Adult ministry meets Fridays from 11am-1pm for Bible study, fellowship and lunch. There are monthly events and outings coupled with multiple opportunities for our Seniors to share their years of experience and ministry with the younger generations. We value our Seniors for their life experience and wisdom.

Dept. of Social Services,  Albemarle County
1600 5th Street Ext., Suite A
  
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Katharine Ralston, Director
434-972-4010

  There are many faces and stories behind the services delivered by the Dept. of Social Services. Whether it is an adult who receives home care services that keeps her out of a nursing home, the child who is now attending school successfully and no longer at risk of dropping out of school, the family who has food on the table as a result of obtaining their electronic debit card for food, or the child who now has health insurance, all have names, faces, and real life problems that confront them everyday. Call us and let us know how we can serve you or your loved one.

ElderCare Matters Alliance, 
P.O. Box 3463
  
Alpharetta, GA 30023
Phillip G. Sanders, Founder & CEO
877-379-4500

  ElderCareMatters.com is America's online source for "Elder Care Experts" who can help you and your family plan for and deal with a wide range of elder care matters. This is also where you will find up-to-date, useful elder care information and answers to your questions from members of the national Elder Care Matters Alliance - 1,769 of America's top Elder Care Experts who help baby boomers and their aging parents with 82 different elder care /senior care services.

Habitat for Humanity,  Greater Charlottesville
501 Grove Avenue
  
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Tim Bowring
434-293-9066

  Habitat for Humanity, a world-wide nonprofit organization made famous by the involvement of former President Jimmy Carter, helps solve the problem of substandard housing, one family at a time. HFHGC has built houses in both the City of Charlottesville and in Albemarle County.

JABA,  www.jabacares.org
674 Hillsdale Drive, Suite 9
  
Charlottesville, VA 22901-1799
Jefferson Area Board for Aging
434-817-5222

  JABA, a non-profit Area Agency on Aging, is Central Virginia’s leading provider of information and services for seniors. It provides resources and referrals to programs that help seniors age in place at home and be as independent as possible. Services are available to all, regardless of ability to pay.

JABA Caregivers Support Group, 
674 Hillsdale Drive
  
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Jean Bourbeau, Manager, Adult Activity & Health Center
434-817-5222

  Each Tuesday afternoon between 1:00 and 2:00 pm a small group meets at the Hillsdale Drive offices of JABA. Each group member is caring for a seriously ill adult loved one. And each of the sessions is designed to help these caregivers effectively deal with the stressful demands of being on call 24/7.

Monticello Area Community Action Agency,  MACAA
1025 Park Street
  
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Connie Jorgensen, Development & Public Relations Director
434-295-3171

  MACAA is Central Virginia's regional anti-poverty agency, serving the City of Charlottesville and the Counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Louisa and Nelson. With emphasis on the areas of Education and Training, and Family and Community Development, MACAA's programs are designed to work together to enable its clients to successfully broaden their goals and achieve self-sufficiency.

National Care Planning Council, 
PO Box 1118
  
Centerville, UT 84014
Thomas Day, Director
800-989-8137

  The national care planning Council is an alliance of care providers and advisors who support and promote planning for long term care. Our website at www.longtermcarelink.net/ncpc.htm is a comprehensive resource for long term care planning.

National Council on Aging,  (NCOA)
1901 L Street, N.W. 4th Floor
  
Washington, DC 20036
National Council on Aging
202-479-1200

  The NCOA's mission is to improve the lives of older Americans with its national network of over 14,000 organizations and leaders. Our programs help older people remain healthy and independent, find jobs, increase access to benefits programs, and discover meaningful ways to continue contributing to society.

Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic,  RFB&D
3500 Remson Court
  
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Gail Milligan, VA State Director
434-293-4797

  Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic serves all people with "print disabilities" — those who can't effectively read standard print because of a disability. Today, we serve 141,660 members worldwide, distributing 258,918 titles in 2005. An education is your right to embrace. Providing equal access to the printed word for our members — that is our profound privilege.

Scottsville Center for Arts & Nature, 
401 Valley Street
  
Scottsville, VA 24590
Nancy Gill, Volunteer Executive Director
434-286-7132

  Welcome to a new kind of cultural institution. Our mission is to offer a place where individuals and families can explore their artistic potential while forming creative partnerships through sharing knowledge, developing skills, and instilling enthusiasm for the arts, nature, and lifelong leaning in an inclusive community atmosphere.

Senior Center,  Inc.
1180 Pepsi Place
  
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Sarah Althoff
434-974-7756

  Senior Center, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non profit community center that involves, enriches, and empowers seniors in our community. Membership is open to anyone age 50 and better. Our programs and services include health and fitness, lifelong learning, recreation, arts, travel, and community service.

SeniorNavigator, 
600 E. Main Street, Suite 360
  
Richmond, VA 23219
Virginia Health & Aging Resource
866-393-0957

  SeniorNavigator is a national model for aging and disability resources. By combining online assistance with a network of volunteers, SeniorNavigator brings over 21,000 health and aging resources to seniors, caregivers, adults with disabilities and their families. SeniorNavigator is a public/private partnership with the Commonwealth of Virginia, Virginia Department for the Aging, local governments, and hundreds of private sector partners.

Sexual Assault Resource Agency, 
PO Box 6880
  
Charlottesville, VA 22906
Lindsey Holcomb, Outreach Advocate
434-295-7273

  The Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA) is a private, non-profit organization whose volunteers and staff are dedicated to facilitating the healing of sexual assault victims; and to reducing the vulnerabilty of women, children, and men to sexual assault and sexual abuse.

The Arc of the Piedmont, 
509 Park Street
  
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Brett Spitale, Director of Development
434-977-4002

  At The Arc of the Piedmont, we improve the quality of life of infants, children and adults with, or at risk of, mental retardation and developmental disabilities, and the lives of their families, through service, advocacy and education. We have been serving our clients in the city of Charlottesville and the surrounding counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa and Nelson since 1954.

The Second Road,  Inc.
PO Box 665
  
Ivy, VA 22945
Melissa Shore, Executive Director
434-295-9595

  TheSecondRoad.org is a Charlottesville, VA based not-for-profit to help those in recovery (and the families of those affected by addiction) learn to live with the challenges presented by every day life and continue on a fulfilling road of recovery.

Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission, 
PO Box 1505
  
Charlottesville, VA 22902-1505
Billie Campbell
434-979-7310

  The Planning District Commission promotes efficient development of the physical, social and economic policies of our district by assisting local government to plan for the future. Our purpose is to encourage and facilitate regional solutions to problems of area-wide significance, including issues affecting seniors. We are especially concerned with making our community Liveable For A Lifetime.

VA Assoc. of Personal Care Assistants,  (VAPCA)
7109 Staples Mill Rd
  
Richmond, VA 23228-4110
Virginia Association of Personal Care Assistants
800-893-8343

  VAPCA is a professional organization of Personal Care Assistants that enables us to speak with one voice for needed improvements to home care. Together, we can make home care a better job and improve the quality of care for the people with disabilities and senior citizens we assist.

VA Department for the Aging, 
1610 Forest Ave., Suite 100
  
Richmond, VA 23229
Virginia Department for the Aging
800-552-3402

  Call the VA Dept. for the Aging toll-free to learn more about services and programs available to older Virginians and their families or to learn how to contact your local Area Agency on Aging (AAA).

Virginia Blood Services, 
2401 Hydraulic Road
  
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Virginia Blood Services
434-977-8956

  The mission of Virginia Blood Services is to inspire our communities to provide a safe and reliable blood supply for the patients we serve. We are a private, nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) corporation providing patient services throughout central Virginia - including four donor centers in the Richmond area, two in Charlottesville and one each in Harrisonburg and Fishersville.

Virginia Center on Aging, 
1200 E. Broad St., 4th Floor East Wing
  
Richmond, VA 23298
Edward F. Ansello, Ph.D., Director
804-828-1525

  The Virginia Center on Aging is located at Virginia Commonwealth University. We are an interdisciplinary study, research, information and resource facility for the benefit of older Virginians and the expansion of knowledge pertaining to the aged and aging process.

YMCA,  Piedmont Family
442 Westfield Road
  
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Barbara Brown, Associate Executive Director
434-974-9622

  The Piedmont Family YMCA is a charitable, non-profit Association, guided by the YMCA core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. We are dedicated to enriching the community through programs that assist the growth of individuals in spirit, mind and body.

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American Shakespeare Center, 
13 W. Beverley St., 4th Floor
  
Staunton, VA 24401
Anthony Smith, Managing Director
540-885-5588

  Shenandoah Shakespeare - through its performances, theatres, exhibitions, and educational programs-seeks to make Shakespeare, the joys of theatre and language, and the communal experience of the Renaissance stage accessible to all. By re-creating Renaissance conditions of performance, Shenandoah Shakespeare explores its repertory of plays for a better understanding of these great works and of the human theatrical enterprise past, present, and future.

Employee Assistance Program,  UVA Health System
1224 Jefferson Park Ave, Suite 777
  
Charlottesville, VA 22908-0752
Brenda Wilson
800-847-9355

  Our mission is to assist organizations to maximize employee productivity and to help employees identify and resolve personal concerns that may affect job performance. We offer individualized, confidential assessments based on clinically-sound standards, brief counseling and appropriate community referrals as necessary. We also provide consultation to supervisors and managers to assist in addressing employee/team challenges.

Pet Sitting,  Elaine Barnett
266 Crest Rd.
  
Ruckersville, VA 22968
Elaine Barnett, Owner
434-985-2579

  I offer pet sitting and dog walking services in Greene, Earlysville and Hollymead. Dog walks are between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m, depending on availability. Home visits are great for when you are traveling, if you have birds, fish, cats, etc. Available only during lunchtime. I also offer Cageless Dog Boarding (advanced qualifying interview required at my home with the pet). No puppies, no aggressive breeds.

Rainbow Pet Sitting Services, 
1777 Franklin Drive
  
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Ronnie Kahn, Owner
434-296-6805

  We Specialize in Responsible Care for All Pets. Our services are provided in your home and include: love and attention, food and water, individualized play time and petting, walking and exercise, medication administration, cleaning pet areas, transportation to your vet.

Rambo Designs,  LLC
410 Mullins Lane
  
Stuarts Draft, VA 24477
Lynette Rambo, Owner/Operator
540-337-1420

  Preserve your family’s legacy with a legacy website, special wall mural, or with photo collages and presentations saved to CD or DVD. Rambo Designs provides customized websites and wall mural paintings, as well as photo scanning and PowerPoint slide shows. Wall murals are also perfect for beautifying your loved one’s room in assisted living facilities.

Sporty K9 Mobile Groomer, 
2081 W River Rd
  
Scottsville, VA 24590
Sporty K9 Mobile Groomer
434-960-7530

  Professional, on-site pet grooming. All breeds. AKC Show and pet cuts. Certified, licensed and insured.

The Bridge,  PAI
PO Box 239
  
Charlottesville, VA 22902
The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative
434-984-5669

  THE BRIDGE | Progressive Arts Initiative is a Charlottesville based initiative which aims to strengthen and enrich community through collaborative interaction in the arts. We promote an active exchange between artists, organizations, and various facets of the community. We sponsor events and programs which serve to enhance social awareness and build Social Capital & community through diversified, educational, and creative interaction.

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