Sometimes finding assistance and support is challenging. We gathered a listing of community resources to assist. We hope you find this information helpful. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with your questions or concerns.

Learn more about the Glennan Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology

24-hour, toll-free APS hotline at: 888.832.3858

To report suspected financial exploitation or other kinds of abuse to the elderly or adults with a disability, call your local department of social services or the Virginia Department of Social Services.

The Virginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging is a private, nonprofit organization established to provide advocacy, communication, and training/education for older Virginians and their families, individuals with disabilities, caregivers, and communities in need of support and services. 


Primeplus Senior Center helps older adults achieve greater, productive quality of life while living independently in their community. They assist Norfolk’s senior and disabled residents with challenges such as food shortages, transportation, exercise, socialization and education. Primeplus aids seniors to live a healthier lifestyle using a holistic approach to exercise and wellness. Primeplus offeres support in two locations with the Active Adult Program and the Adult Day Service Program. Interested? Call the number above.


Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia is a regional organization in South Hampton Roads that supports and enriches the lives of seniors and their families through advocacy, education, information, and comprehensive services. Senior Services is designated as the Area Agency on Aging and is a private, nonprofit organization, serving residents of southeastern Virginia, which includes Chesapeake, Franklin, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, and Isle of Wight and Southampton counties. Senior Services offers easy access to programs and resources that support and enhance the lives of older adults. Their mission is to provide seniors and their caregivers with access to programs and services so they may live their lives with choice and dignity in their communities.

24/7 Helpline: 800.272.3900

The Southeastern Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association provides supportive programs and services to help people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, their caregivers and families deal with the disease and its impact on their lives. They offer a variety of services, including information and referral, care consultation, support groups, safety services, and education. 




In Virginia, thousands of programs and organizations serve older adults, people with disabilities, veterans, caregivers, and their families. Find them all on VirginiaNavigator – a statewide nonprofit that helps Virginians access the information and services they need, close to home.

Search more than 26,000 local resources or, explore their family of websites: 

Research Organizations is a registry of clinical trials and includes privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world.

Trial Match is a service provided by the Alzheimer’s Association that creates customized lists of clinical studies based on user-provided information. The free, easy-to-use platform allows you to see which studies are a good fit for you or a family member.