Aging Together has compiled a list of local area resources that may be helpful as you look for services and programs for yourself, a relative or a neighbor or friend.
PLEASE NOTE: This information is intended for the sole purpose of providing resource materials and Aging Together does not in any way endorse the businesses provided herein. Please check references before making any decisions on in-home care or long-term care facilities. Updated May 7, 2019.
Adult Day Healthcare Center
Warrenton Adult Day Healthcare Center 430 East Shirley Ave., Warrenton VA 540-347-2797
Fauquier: Poppy Foddrell ext. 3427 (Poppy is also the Medicare specialist)
Rappahannock: Kathi Walker ext. 3416 (Kathi is also the long term care ombudsman)
Madison: Toni Browning ext. 3471
Orange: Jennifer Zamora ext. 3450
Community Help Lines and Useful Links for Caregivers
211 is a service that can help connect you to local services, such as cooling assistance, food, housing, transportation, etc. You can dial “211” from any phone to talk to a live, trained operator, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Or you can go to their website, https://www.211virginia.org/consumer/index.php to access the same information online.
Sam’s Place & Culpeper Career Resource Center: 540-727-1055 (www.ccrc-jobs.com) A community resource serving workers looking for employment and employers seeking employees throughout the five county area: Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock counties.
Community Touch: Bealeton/Fauquier Co., 540-439-9300 Shelter, help with rent, vouchers, housing repairs, etc.
Fauquier Blue Ridge Christian Home: 540-439-2627 English Meadows Warrenton: 540-347-6000 (formerly Amerisist) Fauquier Health & Rehabilitation (Overlook): 540-316-5500 Poet’s Walk (memory care) Warrenton: 540-266-1750 Villa at Suffield Meadows: 540-316-3800
Greene Grace Retirement Village, Stanardsville: 434-985-4481 (includes The Harbor Memory Care)
Meals - Home Delivery: See Community Services Board
See Community Services Board and Area Agency on Aging for more information on home delivered meals.
This service is free to residents living in Rappahannock County only. Rapp At Home, 540-937-4663
Online Resource Guides
Google: “Culpeper Community Resource Guide” “Madison Resource Guide” “A Guide to Senior Services in Rappahannock County” “Fauquier Community Resource Guide”
Reimbursement for Respite Services
Family Caregivers may receive up to $400 for Respite Care Are you caring for a relative in your household who has a disability or chronic condition? Learn how to apply for up to $400 in reimbursement for respite services.
The Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services is offering up to $400 in reimbursement per family for respite services to assist Virginians with disabilities or chronic conditions and the family members who provide their care. Priority will be given Respite care is care provided to someone with special needs as temporary relief to a family caregiver. Respite care can be for different periods of time, from a few hours to days or weeks.
To apply for the Virginia Lifespan Respite Voucher Program:
You must be a Virginia caregiver of a child, or an adult, who reside full-time in your household.
The primary caregiver for the person receiving care must apply for the funds. You may receive up to one $400.00 benefit.
You may not use voucher funds to reimburse household expenses or daycare; for example, so that the caregiver can go to work.
Not everyone who applies will be approved and those who have benefited from the program in the past will be ineligible for the current program.