Through its comprehensive transportation, housing, community living and health services programs, Bay Aging is committed to ensuring every neighbor in our region has a choice and ready access to a range of services to help them remain independent in their home, and work and play throughout the community, as long as they choose.
With the rising prevalence of Coronavirus (COVID 19) in the region, many of us are self-quarantining. This creates challenges for many seniors and other self-quarantined individuals who still need access to groceries, medications, and other services or supplies. To help address these concerns, Bay Aging offers our Helping Neighbors program to link those interested in volunteering with our neighbors in need of assistance.
If you are interested in helping your neighbors stay fed and have access to much needed services/supplies during this crisis, or if you are quarantined/home-bound and need assistance, please fill out the Volunteer or Request for Assistance forms and we will connect volunteers with those in need. Please note, this service is available to ANY AGE, not just seniors.
If you are interested in volunteering please fill out this Volunteer form
Bay Aging is providing Meals on Wheels deliveries to an expanding number of recipients. The Community Volunteer and Request for Assistance program is a community service that Bay Aging is providing for information purposes only.
Bay Aging will only share contact information among those volunteering to provide services to those who are requesting services. This is strictly a VOLUNTEER service and reimbursements of any kind will not be provided by Bay Aging. Bay Aging has not conducted and will not conduct any background checks or any other investigations pertaining to the volunteers providing these services or the recipients. Participants should refer to CDC guidelines and use these services at their discretion.
Community Services List
Through a survey of area grocery stores and pharmacies, Bay Aging developed a guide that identifies businesses that offer special shopping hours for seniors, curbside delivery and even home delivery services. This comprehensive list of area grocery stores and pharmacies and any relevant services they are offering can be found here: Community Services During the COVID-19 Emergency
If you have questions please contact:
Bay Aging 390 Virginia Street, Suite C P.O. Box 610 Urbanna, Virginia 23175
You must apply using a laptop or desktop computer. The application is not compatible with mobile devices. Applicants will receive a confirmation number once their application is submitted. Anyone can apply on behalf of another applicant.
Applications will not be taken by phone, mail or in person. If the applicant is a person with a disability and they require an accommodation in order to apply, please contact the Bay Aging staff for assistance in applying during the opening time period.
Housing Choice Voucher
Waiting List to Open
Online applications will be accepted for
that serves the following areas:
Essex, Gloucester, King & Queen, King William, Mathews, and Middlesex Counties
Applicants that live, work or have been hired to work in these counties will be placed on the waiting list ahead of applicants that do not live or work in these counties.
“Bay Aging has Home Care Aide, Personal Care Aide (PCA), and Certified Nurse’s Aide (C.N.A.) part-time positions offering flexible hours in Gloucester, Colonial Beach, Mathews, Essex, Lancaster, King & Queen, and King William Counties. For a complete list of career opportunities with Bay Aging please click here:https://bayaging.ninjagig.com/
Out of an abundance of caution, please be advised that all Bay Aging offices will not be accepting visitors until further notice. Bay Aging continues to operate many of our services and can be contacted by calling: (800) 493-0238.
Bay Aging appreciates the many community partners, volunteers and donors who have helped us deploy these initiatives and quickly respond to COVID-19 challenges. Topics in this issue: Bay Transit named Outstanding Community Program of the year The faces of Helping Neighbors volunteers and recipients Volunteering is a family affair Bay Aging’s Mobile Food Pantry service […]