The McDowell County Commission on Aging, Inc. is a non-profit organization established in 1973. We provide services for seniors & their caregivers as well as the disabled.
In an effort to help keep our clients informed, the staff members of the McDowell County Commission on Aging, Inc. have compiled a list of resources, including websites and links to helpful information.
McDowell County Commission on Aging
In-home Care Services
In home help provided for bathing, dressing, grooming, laundry, shopping, and cleaning.Learn More
In home support provided for bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, walking, transferring, grocery and/or pharmacy shopping, laundry, and light house cleaning.Learn More
In home program designed to provide care for individuals with Alzheimer's or a related dementia. The service provides stimulation and socialization for the person with dementia and gives caregivers a needed break.Learn More
In home family caregiver support program that is designed to provide short periods of relief for full-time caregivers who care for frail, older family members.Learn More
Funding sources for McDowell County Commission on Aging include:
•Bureau of Senior Services •Appalachian Area Agency on Aging
•State of West Virginia •UMWA •United Way •Medicaid Waiver •Donations
Your support is greatly appreciated. To our generous supporters and donors: Thank you!
If you would like to make a contribution to enriching the lives of our local seniors and disabled residents,
please contact the McDowell County Commission on Aging at: (304) 436-6588.