Community Services: Senior Citizens
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Senior Citizens

104 Keystone Place
Mon-Sat 6:15 a.m.-11:50 p.m.; expanded hours for elderly and disabled

JAUNT offers transportation for a fee to the elderly, people with disabilities, and the general public in urban Charlottesville. It is a public service transit for rural Fluvanna, Nelson, Louisa and Albemarle counties.

Jefferson Area Board for Aging
674 Hillsdale Drive, Suite 9

JABA provides services to older adults and their families. Volunteers distribute meals to homebound older adult residents, along with personal and home care services.

Senior Center
1180 Pepsi Place

This community resource is an educational and recreational center for persons age 50 or older. Volunteer services provide fellowship, leisure activities and aid for seniors.

Photo courtesy of the Charlottesville/Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau,

Social Service


Emergency Relief

Education & Children

Women's Organizations

Services for the

Legal Aid

Senior Citizens

Political Groups

UVA Student Service


The Community Service section describes area community service groups, both as a resource for you and as a possible outlet for volunteer energies. Of course, this is not a comprehensive list. For more possibilities, check out the Charlottesville/Albemarle Chamber of Commerce, the Monticello Avenue community network or the community calendar in the Daily Progress.

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