Welcome to Bay Aging

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.

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At Bay Aging, it is important that our clients know that quality, compassionate care is always near. Our nurses, nurses aides, options counselors, and care coordinators are devoted to delivering the very best. Trusted care from providers who are committed to the health of our communities.
That is something to believe in.


 AmeriCorps VISTA, Regional Resilience Equity Workgroup (RREW) Capacity Building VISTA

Overview: Bay Aging is recruiting for an independent and creative individual that is interested in developing their professional skills through a year of service. Bay Aging has a proven track record working with AmeriCorps to enhance programming in the region and values this volunteer service in future job pursuits.

Skills and Requirements: Applicants for this position should be self-driven and highly motivated individuals with a passion for serving their communities through capacity building. Applicants should have a valid Driver’s License and personal vehicle or other means of reliable transportation. Applicants should be comfortable using various forms of technology (Google platforms, Zoom, Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, GIS). Excellent written and verbal skills are necessary to effectively further project goals. Applicants with an understanding of rural and/or coastal communities are a plus.

Anticipated Work Location and Schedule: The AmeriCorps VISTA Member will be stationed at the Bay Aging- Bay Housing office located at 5370 Old Virginia Street, Urbanna, Virginia 23175. Work hours will be 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays observed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. This position allows for remote work one day per week on a consistent schedule. Travel throughout the service area to attend meetings/training and visit with community partners is required, however, access to a company vehicle or mileage reimbursement is provided.

Goal of the Project: The goal of the RREW is to advance equitable solutions to resilience challenges faced by communities in the 10 counties of Virginia’s Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula. The RREW is a coalition of community organizations, nonprofits, state agencies, local governments, and Tribes whose members coordinate through a Core Workgroup that meets monthly. The Core Workgroup facilitates six expanded Subgroups including Economic Development & Living Wages, Health & Mental Wellbeing, Affordable Housing & Shelters, Transit, Food Security, and Programs for Youth & Families. The AmeriCorps VISTA Member will provide critical facilitation support and leadership in building and sustaining the RREW and its members’ work on equitable resilience initiatives across Virginia’s Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula. Objectives include:

  1. Facilitate the coordination of the RREW and its members’ activities by leading monthly Core Workgroup meetings and providing critical organizational support to members and Subgroup Leads.
  2. Provide critical support to Leads of each of the RREW’s six Subgroups to enhance their capacity to make progress on resilience priorities.
  3. Coordinate RREW Core Workgroup members’ review and recommendations of mini and micro-grant funding proposals dedicated to resilience and equity.
  4. Plan and host a forum to review and celebrate progress of the RREW and identify strategic opportunities for advancing the Core Workgroup and its initiatives in the year ahead.


Compensation: AmeriCorps VISTA Members are employed by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and paid a bi-weekly volunteer stipend. Additional benefits, including childcare, healthcare, paid leave, and monetary education award, can be found at americorps.gov.


Applications must be submitted via the AmeriCorps Portal:



Questions may be directed to Hunter LeClair, Assistant Director, Multifamily Housing Management, at hleclair@bayaging.org or (804) 286-9554.

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Start your rewarding career in healthcare by becoming a Personal Care Aide!
Become a PCA for FREE with our PCA certification course at Bay Aging!
A PCA works in a residential home setting to help adults with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, personal hygiene, meal preparation and light housekeeping.

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*Bay Aging is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Training Process:
•Complete an application here: Online Application
•You will be contacted for an interview – We intend to hire our graduates!
•Complete the course within 7 days of acceptance
•Begin orientation as a PCA with Bay Aging

Call us for more information!
804-286-9202, x1342

On September 12, 2023, the CDC recommended that “everyone 6 months and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine to protect against the potentially serious outcomes of COVID-19 illness this fall and winter.” Visit cdc.gov/coronavirus for eligibility guidelines and information you can trust. Go to Vaccines.gov to schedule an appointment with a local provider. If you need help scheduling your appointment, call Bay Aging at 800-493-0238.

If you need a ride to your vaccination appointment, call our Ride Line, 877-869-6046, at least 24 hours before your appointment. Our transit division is offering free rides to and from COVID-19 vaccination appointments from September 15 – November 30, 2023, for residents of the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck who are age 60 and older.


We Are Now Hiring Patient, Compassionate, and Dedicated PA’s, PCA’s, & CNA’s!

$250 sign on bonus
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“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. 

Click on the links below to learn about employment opportunities with Bay Aging! 

Home Care Aide-Part-time Gloucester, Mathews, Middlesex

Home Care Floater Aide-Full-time Gloucester, Mathews, Middlesex

Or Call Today to Schedule Your Interview

(804) 758-2386

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Accessible, affordable transportation for all.


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A life lived independently.
At home.


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Who We Serve

“Without Bay Aging, I would not be able to continue living at home and staying in the community.”

“Because of Bay Aging, my dog Destiny and I are living better than I could ever imagine.”

“Meals on Wheels provides me with much more than food. My visits with Carol feed both my body and soul.”

“Without Bay Aging, many of the people I serve would probably have to live in nursing homes.”

“There are so many different Medicare plans to consider. I’m glad Bay Aging is here.”

“The program works so well because it is directed by the veterans themselves.”

Career Opportunities

Bay Aging frequently has job opportunities. Click below to explore job openings and apply online now.


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