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CompassA network of 25 local agencies, called Area Agencies on Aging or AAAs, provides most of the services for seniors in Virginia communities. Each AAA in Virginia serves a specific territory of counties and cities that share common geographic, demographic, and economic boundaries. Provided is a map of Virginia to locate the AAA that serves your community.

Area Agencies on Aging provide services and programs tailored to the people who live within their service areas. Read more about the services in English or in Spanish. Each AAA has an advisory board of local citizens who are knowledgeable about the unique needs of their area. Provided is a complete list of AAA's with contact information.

Virginia Easy Access is a web-based portal that provides valuable information about how to find and use services in Virginia for older adults and adults with disabilities.

Another option for finding services nearest to you is to download the file shown below. If you have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer, you can use the "Find" tool (shown as a pair of binoculars on the tool bar) to locate place names or zip codes and the corresponding Agency on Aging for that area.

Post Office, Zip Code & AAA Reference List (.pdf)
8.5" x 11," 46 pages, 227 KB.

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Virginia Division for the Aging
of the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
1610 Forest Avenue, Suite 100, Henrico, VA 23229
Phone (local): (804) 662-9333, Toll Free 1-800-552-3402 (Nationwide)
If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use the free Va Relay telephone relay service by dialing 7-1-1.
FAX: (804) 662-9354
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