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 Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging's Information and Assistance 
receive approximately 25,000 phone calls annually from seniors and caregivers
 seeking assistance. Requests for  assistance are also received via our website (see
 "CONTACT US.")  The Agency's Intake Staff respond to these requests by
providing the
 information and assistance sought, or by referrals to appropriate community resources.

Information and Assistance help seniors locate services that best fit
their individual needs and interests. Services include:

Care Providers

Family Caregiver Support Groups
Health and Wellness Programs

Home Care Providers including Nursing Care

Home Repair Programs

Insurance Providers

Independent and Subsidized Housing

Legal and Financial Planning

Long-Term Care Facilities

Mental Health Services

Nutrition and Meal Support Services

Respite and Adult Day Care Programs

Social Service Benefit Programs

Transportation Services

Employment Training and Assistance

Money Management

Volunteer Opportunities

Senior Connections has access to hundreds of community resources in the public and private sector.  Informational brochures on the above subjects are available upon request. To request brochures or for additional information please call (804) 343-3000 or email questions to 






Richmond Area
Transportation Providers

(January 2, 2014)

Focus 50 Plus:
 Promotes Women's Health
& Provides Resources for
Reduced or Free
Screening Centers

Chronic Disease
Self Management

Free Computer Classes
Call (804) 672-4481
for Class Schedules