History of Randolph County Senior Center
The Committee on Aging for Randolph County, Inc., also known as the Randolph County Senior Center, was established in 1967. It is a non-profit organization located in Elkins (Randolph County), West Virginia. The Committee on Aging for Randolph County was created to provide programs to serve the seniors of Randolph County. The organization’s mission encompasses serving seniors who are both well and frail. We are proud of our history and committed to continue serving all seniors residing in Randolph County, WV.
The Committee on Aging is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
General Mission Statement of Randolph County Senior Center
Our general mission is:
To study the needs of the aging and others in Randolph County and to take such actions as are necessary to help meet these needs. To encourage, promote and aid in the establishment of local programs and services for the aging and others. To utilize opportunities to establish demonstration programs and services for the aging and others.
Randolph County Senior Center In-Home Care Program Mission Statement
The mission of our In-Home Care Program is:
To establish for the aging and others in Randolph County comprehensive in-home care programs that will focus on improving and maintaining function, dignity and quality of life, and ensuring their ability to remain in their own home.
Funding Statement of Randolph County Senior Center
The Randolph County Senior Center is funded through the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services, Upper Potomac Area Agency on Aging, WV Division of Public Transit, Randolph County Commission, United Way of Randolph County, The Pallottine Foundation of Buckhannon, The Snowshoe Foundation, and private donations from members and friends.
Any senior citizen 60 years of age or over is welcome to participate in programs and services sponsored by the Committee on Aging for Randolph County, Inc. regardless of sex, color, handicap or national origin.