Quick Overview of our Agency
We understand that navigating your way through all the programs and services available can be difficult or overwhelming.
Refer to this guide
for quick descriptions of all our programs and services, as well as some useful resources for caregivers and those looking for assistance remaining independent in their homes.
Our Mission Statement
Empower independence, Enhance the quality of life, and Enjoy aging by offering a supportive network for older persons and their families through advocacy, education, coordination, and implementation of programs and services for older adults in the tri-jurisdictional area.
Our Vision Statement
Empower, Enhance & Enjoy Aging
The responsibilities of the Prince William Area Agency on Aging include: maintaining the independence and quality of life for adults and their families and advocating, educating, coordinating and implementing programs and services for older adults. The Agency serves older adults, their families and caregivers in the tri-jurisdictional areas of Prince William County, the City of Manassas and the City of Manassas Park. The Agency is one of more than 670 agencies in the
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging. Area residents are invited to participate in our programs. Some programs are open to those age 55 and older, others are open to residents age 60 and older. Please check with individual program staff regarding specific eligibility requirements.
Request for Presentations
The Prince William Area Agency on Aging provides presentations to groups in the community. Requests must be received at least two weeks prior to the event date. Each request will be reviewed for appropriateness and staff availability.
For more information about our programs and services, call 703-792-6374, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our TDD number is 703-792-6444. Para asistencia en Español acerca de los servicios para personas mayores llame al 703-792-5962.
The Prince William Area Agency on Aging's Communications, Referral and Information Services (CRIA) is seeking volunteers to work in updating the Resource Guide. The volunteer will be calling, emailing, checking addresses and phone numbers, point of contacts and updating the Resource Guide. Must have the ability to communicate and work independently. Be willing to commit to a set schedule and be punctual.
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Volunteer. Details.
The Manassas Senior Center needs volunteers for the Front Desk as Receptionists - Monday mornings 9am to 1pm; Thursday mornings 9am to 2pm and Tuesday afternoons 2pm to 4:30pm.
Home Delivered Meals Volunteer Warming Station Coordinator
The Prince William Area Agency on Aging is looking for Home Delivered Meals Volunteer Warming Station Coordinator . The volunteer will pick-up prepared meals at the Manassas Senior Center ,deliver to the Gainesville/Haymarket Library warming station and wait for volunteers to pick-up meals for delivery. This position requires a one to three hours per day; once a week (or more if able) obligation, Monday through Friday only – no weekends, holidays or during periods of inclement weather. You must be organized, reliable, and have the ability to work independently. Must be 18 years of age or older and have own car. Must pass DMV Driving Record check.
For more details, please contact Melodee Sheehan at 703-792-4583 or email at email@example.com.
The Prince William Area Agency on Aging is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of its transit services on the basis of race, color or national origin, as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. For additional information on the Agency’s nondiscrimination policies and procedures or to file a complaint, please contact Sarah Henry, Director and Title VI Program Manager at 5 County Complex Court, Suite 240, Prince William, VA 22192; (703) 792-6439;SHenry@pwcgov.org.
Instructions for filing a Title VI complaint