Chesterfield Council on Aging

Enhancing Quality of Life Through Education, Advocacy and Community Service

The Chesterfield Council on Aging (CCA) seeks to enhance the quality of life for older adults and adults with disabilities through education, advocacy and community service. The council provides resources such as the Resource Directory for Older Adults (English) (PDF) and the Resource Directory for Older Adults (Spanish) (PDF).

Established in 1983 by the Board of Supervisors as the Long Term Care Coordinating Committee in response to Senate Bill 219 passed by the Virginia General Assembly, the committee's mission was to support the development of community-based resources and to avoid the inappropriate institutionalization of impaired elderly and disabled adults. In 1987, the committee was expanded to encompass the Long Term Care Council. In August 2004, the council changed its name to Chesterfield Council on Aging.


CCA meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of every month from 9-10:30 a.m., January through October, at the Lifelong Learning Institute (13801 Westfield Road, Midlothian, VA 23113). 

All CCA meetings are open to the public and senior groups are welcome! Most meetings include a guest speaker on topics relevant to older adults, updates from council committees and a time of informal networking.

Adverse Weather Policy: If Chesterfield County Public Schools are closed, this meeting will be canceled. For a delayed opening or early dismissal, please check this page for updates, or call 804-768-7878 to verify the meeting status.

Chesterfield Council on Aging