Local Senior Resources in Richmond, VA

Supporting independent seniors throughout Henrico and Hanover Counties in Virginia

Visiting Angels of Richmond, VA is an experienced home care provider serving seniors and their families in Hanover and Henrico Counties, including Mechanicsville, Glen Allen, and Short Pump. We're committed to providing the at-home care services your loved one needs to remain healthy, safe, and independent in the comfort of their own home.

Part of supporting the lifestyles of independent seniors includes making sure aging adults and their families have access to local resources that may support our services. A truly holistic approach to care should focus on one's physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. There are a multitude of senior resources in Richmond and through our area that are designed to help seniors and their families.

Explore some the the local senior resources below that may support your loved one's needs! If you have any questions about Visiting Angels, the services we provide, and how our caregivers can help your loved one age in place, please call our office in Richmond, VA today. We're happy to help!

 

Fitness, Outings & Activities

Cheswick Walking Club  |  (804) 654-1408

Ages 50+. Walk your way to improved health and fitness! This club combines fitness and fun for the walker who likes to socialize. Visitors welcome! This club meets on Tuesdays from 10 - noon throughout the year at Cheswick Park

Deep Run Friendship Café  |  (804) 343-3000

Senior Connections’ Friendship Cafés are neighborhood gathering places for seniors. A nutritious midday meal is served. Enjoy meeting up with good friends and participating in diverse activities to remain active and connected to the community. The program is free, however registration is required in advance through Senior Connections.

EngAGE in Henrico: Resources for Older Citizens  |  (804) 501-5065

The Advocate for the Aging’s Office provides resources for Henrico residents 60 and older, their family members, and caregivers.

 

Nutrition

Dignity Food Pantry  |  (804) 360-4442

The Pantry offers canned, boxed and perishable food to people in the community who may be in need.

Meals on Wheels of Greater Richmond  |  (804) 673-5035

Collects, prepares, and delivers food to our neighbors in need.

 

Support Services

Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Richmond Chapter  |  (804) 967-2580

The work and mission of this chapter aim to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research, provide care, support, and resources for those affected by the disease, and reduce the risk of dementia through promotion of brain health.

Better Business Bureau Elder Fraud  |  (804) 780-2222

During operating hours, seniors or their loved ones can talk with live operators about inquiries or complaints related to fraudulent business practices.

Hanover Adult Center, Inc  |  (804) 746-0743

Provides adult day health services and day support for adults with a wide variety of needs including: intellectual or developmental disabilities, chronic or age-related challenges including dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and stroke.

The Memory Center Richmond  |  (804) 463-5170

As Central Virginia’s most comprehensive memory facility, the Memory Center provides specialized memory care in a facility setting.

Senior Center of Greater Richmond  |  (804) 353-3171

Creating opportunities for healthy aging through social engagement.

Senior Navigator  |  (804) 525-7728

Helps families find local services, helpful tips, and answers to common senior care questions.

 

Transportation

Alliance Specialty Transport  |  (804) 225-8599

Provides transportation for stretcher van, wheelchair, ambulatory, memory care, and physically impaired individuals 24 hours a day

Van Go, Inc  |  (804) 261-7388

Van Go Inc. is RVA's largest private provider of non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT), human services and special needs transportation in the Richmond Tri-Cities (RVA) area. They specialize in wheelchair and shuttle services for employment, medical appointments, churches, student transportation as well as special events like weddings and reunions.

 

Each Visiting Angels agency is a franchise that is independently owned and operated. The Franchisor, Living Assistance Services Inc., does not control or manage the day to day business operations of any Visiting Angels franchised agency.