The Fight Against Adult Abuse: Lessons Learned. The Greater Augusta Coalition Against Adult Abuse Annual Training.
Serving Harrisonburg-Rockingham, Staunton-Waynesboro-Augusta, Buena Vista-Lexington-Rockbridge, and Bath-Highland in Virginia
Our Mission: Play a key leadership role in advocating for, establishing, and sustaining communities beneficial to older persons and adults with disabilities and their families. Actively participate in providing services needed by these individuals, including coordinated and accessible healthcare; maximum independent living and affordable housing options; support to family caregivers; transportation; and opportunities for vibrant engagement in life, active citizenship, and enhanced quality of life.
Low income seniors who live in and own property in the SAW region (Staunton, Augusta County and Waynesboro), and who are 65 years or older, or who are permanent and totally disabled persons, or disabled veterans with 100% service connected permanent and total disability, are eligible to apply for 2015 Real Estate Tax Relief.
The VPAS Board of Directors has approved VPAS’ first Strategic Plan. Take a look at the VPAS Strategic Plan: Click here.
Please submit any questions or comments you may have to VPAS Interim Executive Director Jenn Chestnut at email@example.com.
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