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What is Bay Aging?

Bay Aging is the premier provider of programs and services for people of all ages. Formed in 1978, Bay Aging serves a predominately rural 2,600 square mile region that encompasses ten counties and two planning districts. As you will see, Bay Aging is extremely diverse in the programs it offers through three major divisions-Community Living, Bay Transit, and Bay Family Housing. We hope you enjoy visiting our web site and that you are able to gather valuable information about our services. Please Check out the New Virginia Easy Access web site! A great resource for finding services in your area.

What’s New

29 Jan
2015
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Neighborhood
Assistance Program

Earn a 65% Virginia
Tax Credit in return
for contributing to
your neighborhood!

Contact Jean Duggan
804.758.2386

Neighborhood Assistance Program

July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015

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Veterams Housing

Promote yourself as a housing provider for veterans.

It’s as simple as checking a box – doing so will immediately flag your listings as properties where veterans are welcome and put your listings in easy view of organizations working to help veterans find housing.

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PRIMARY MISSION:

Bay Aging will deliver the programs and services people of all ages need to live
independently in their communities for as long as possible.

SECONDARY MISSION:

Bay Aging is committed to the community development of our region to promote the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula as a great place to live, work and visit.

VISION:

Every neighbor in our region will have a CHOICE and range of services that will assist them to remain independent in their chosen home.

What’s New

Gloucester-Mathews Gazette Journal - Daffodil Gardens Chemo Care Comfort..

Chemo-care comfort bags

The Community Room at Daffodil Gardens, Gloucester, was a beehive of activity on Friday morning, as residents were busy making up chemo-care comfort bags for cancer patients at the Peninsula Cancer Institute in Gloucester. Stacey Williams of Gloucester, a consultant with Thirty-One Gifts, organized the project, getting friends to sponsor a total of 76 bags that each included a blanket, knitted hat, puzzle book, candy, lip balm, a pack of tissues and hand sanitizer. And when she needed help stuffing the bags, Williams turned to her sister, Bay Family Housing resident service coordinator Angie Alley. Alley then went to the ladies of Daffodil Gardens, who were happy to lend a hand. Those helping out were, from left: Kay Hendrix, Gonny Verhoeve, Marsha Strong, Teeny Anderson, Janis Hatcher, Dianna Cosh, Marie Wescott and Shirley Dodds.

credit to Charlie Koenig with the Gazette-Journal for the article

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Spotlight on Services Page updated with 2014 Reports

NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICE IS HERE!

Bay Transit is running two deviated fixed public transportation routes.

The first is in Gloucester – A fixed route in the courthouse area. Details of this route are here.

The second connects the towns of Montross, Warsaw Village, Callao, and Lottsburg. Details of that route can be found here.

Both routes will operate between the hours of 10:00 pm and 2:00 pm Monday through Friday.

Rides are $0.50 cents, transfers from other Bay Transit transportation are free.

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Bay Transit Construction News

Click here for the latest news on the construction progress of the New Gloucester Transit Facility