For nearly 50 years, SSA has provided vital programs and services to seniors in need, fostering their independence and self-sufficiency. Groceries to Go provides free home delivery for individuals who are unable easily to shop for themselves, and Meals on Wheels delivers healthy, fully prepared meals 365 days a year. For seniors who are homebound and socially isolated, a Friendly Visitor program offers year-round weekly visits from trained volunteers. SSA also manages a call center that ensures low-cost, door-to-door transportation service is available for seniors with disabilities. And valuable information is always close at hand: an in-depth Speaker Series offers education on a wide range of topics, from finances to health care accessibility; and Senior Information Centers at public libraries and recreation centers connect individuals to current programs and services. Helping neighbors to age in place, with dignity and grace – what a gift.
Awards & Recognition
October 2014 Alexandria Chamber of Commerce's Nonprofit of the Year Award
November 2014 AARP for the State of Virginia: Community Partner of the Year
June 2015 Alexandria Chamber of Commerce's Disability Awareness Award
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- $1 million to $3 million
- The current budget for Senior Services of Alexandria is: $500k to $1 million
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