NUTRITION PROGRAM:
TRANSPORTATION:
ASSISTED TRANSPORTATION:
HOME DELIVERED​ LUNCH
Meals provided Monday through Friday to homebound seniors.  ​      
SENIOR CENTER LUNCH
Meals are served at 11:30a.m. to persons 60 + at both our Western and Eastern locations.
At Greenbrier County Committee on Aging Inc., all services are designed to help our elderly remain independent and to live in their homes as long as possible.  Programs are supported by the State of West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services, Federal Grants, Hollowell Foundation, WhatCoat Methodist Church, Greenbrier County Commission and private donations.
​Both Senior Center locations provide transportation for lunch time meals. 
Transportation is also available upon request for medical appointments, grocery & pharmacy, shopping and banking.  Regular shopping is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30a.m. to 2:00p.m. 
We will make every effort to let you know changes in schedules that occur. Medical transport take priority over shopping.  Please provide three days advance notice to schedule medical appointments and call in early for lunch pick up to help us coordinate our daily transportation schedule.
Personal assistance is available to provide access to services or community resources 
Programs and activities are available to all persons aged 60 and older regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin or handicap.
LIGHTHOUSE:
GCCA employs aides to provide up to 60 hours a month of personal care (bathing, dressing, meal preparation, etc.) and some environmental services (light housekeeping, laundry, etc.) to enable elderly and disabled individuals to remain in their homes and be independent as long as possible.
FAIR (Family Alzheimer's In-home Respite):
Individuals who have a doctor's diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease or related dementia can receive up to 16 hours a week in-home respite care.  GCCA aides will do a variety of activities with the client while the caregiver is given a much needed break.  Fee is income based
MEDICAID AGED & DISABLED WAIVER (Homemaker):
LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program) APPLICATIONS:
GCCA can provide assistance in filling out application forms at both facilities
MEDICATION MANAGEMENT :
This program provides education on management and prevention of incorrect medication use.
This program provides assistance to the elderly having difficulty with basic household chores such as, but not limited to meal preparation, dish washing, changing bedding, cleaning bathrooms, vacuuming, dusting, laundry (providing machines and water exist in the home.)
LIFE HOUSEKEEPING (Legislative Initiative for the Elderly):
MEDICAID PERSONAL CARE:
Provides In-Home and Community Services to aged, blind and disabled individuals (such as assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, shaving, housekeeping, chores, shopping, meal preparation and transportation
Provides services in the home to Medicaid clients. (Such as assistance with bathing, grooming, toileting, shaving, housekeeping, chores, shopping and meal preparation.)
SENIOR FARMERS' MARKET NUTRITION PROGRAM:
This program is administered by the West Virginia Department of Agriculture and funded thruough the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The program issues vouchers to qualified Senior Citizens to be used to purchase fresh produce at approved Farmers' Markets and Stands during the summer months. Applications are available in the spring and early summer
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: 
Here is a site made specifically for seniors regarding harmful products and prescriptions:  www,drugwatch.com/seniors 
Greenbrier County Committee on Aging Inc.
Greenbrier County Committee on Aging Inc.