Chesterfield Council on Aging
The Chesterfield Council on Aging meets on the 4th Thursday of the month from 9 – 10:30 a.m. The group meets in the multi-purpose room at Lucy Corr Village, 6800 Lucy Corr Boulevard, Chesterfield. All meetings are open to the public.
The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors established a Long Term Care Coordinating Committee in 1983 in response to Senate Bill 219 passed by the Virginia General Assembly. The mission of the committee was to support the development of community based resources and to avoid the inappropriate institutionalization of impaired elderly and disabled adults. In 1987, this committee was expanded to encompass the Long-Term Care Council. Since that time the Council has been very active. It has received both State and National recognition. In August 2004, the Council changed its name to Chesterfield Council on Aging.
The Chesterfield Council on Aging seeks to enhance the quality of life for older adults and adults with disabilities through education, advocacy and community service.
Membership is open to anyone interested in aging and disability issues. The Chesterfield Council on Aging meets the fourth Thursday of the month at 9:00 a. m. at Lucy Corr Village. If interested, please contact Debbie Leidheiser, Senior Advocate, at 768-7878.
- Adult Day Care Facilities
- Assisted Living Communities
- Better Business Bureau
- Better Housing Coalition
- Boomer Project
- Chesterfield County Human Services Departments
- ElderFriends, A Service of Family Lifeline
- Financial Service Companies
- Health Care Centers
- Home Health Organizations
- Hospice Organizations
- Independent Living Retirement Communities
- Lutheran Family Services
- Mortgage Companies
- Resources for Independent Living
- Virginia Center on Aging
- Chesterfield Residents Who Have an Interest in Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities