We serve clients of all ages, from children and families to older adults in need of services to help them remain in their homes as long as possible. If you are in need of services ranging from care coordination for older adults to public transportation, we have a program that can help.
With a focus on healthy childhood growth and development, family problem-solving skills, and education and supportive services for caregivers, we offer a wide range of options to provide support for positive-child relationships. The Southwest Virginia Children’s Advocacy Center also offers a full array of intervention and treatment services, including crisis intervention by licensed clinical social workers.
MEOC offers two energy assistance programs for older persons. The Emergency Fuel Fund for the Elderly assists older persons with payment of electric bills and purchase of wood, coal, propane and heating oil during winter. Senior Cool Care provides fans or air conditioners to older individuals during the hot summer months.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program offers part-time community service training positions for adults age 55 and older. The Foster Grandparent Program provides volunteer opportunities for people age 55 and older willing to devote at least 15 hours a week to tutoring and caring for children in local classrooms.