567 Mount Salem Avenue
Washington, VA 22747

(located in the Old Washington Schoolhouse)

Mailing Address:

PO Box 193

Washington, VA 22747

Contact Us

540-937-HOME (4663)

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday, 10 am - 5 pm
Friday,  10 am - 2 pm


Please call first as we are sometimes out at appointments

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Building a Stronger, More Resilient Older  Community in Rappahannock County.

Rapp at Home is an organization of seniors in Rappahannock County joining together to have fun, keep active, and help each other stay safe and comfortable in our own homes

Membership in Rapp at Home is open to people age 50 and over who live in Rappahannock County

and contiguous areas.

Annual membership fees are modest, and are reduced or free for

those with financial need.


*RSVP to events by calling the Rapp at Home office at 540-937-HOME (4663) or by emailing us at



  • Life Stories Group, Tues. Oct. 1, 2 p.m., RAH office

  • Conversations on Aging, Wed., Oct. 2, 10:30 a.m.., RAH office

  • "The Buzz About Beekeeping" with Doug Epley (and a pot luck lunch), Tues, Oct. 8, 12:00 p.m., Rappahannock County Park- RSVP

  • Book Group: "The Thousand Autumns," by Jacob de Zoet, Tues., Sept. 8, 2:30 p.m. Rapp. Library

  • Life Stories Group, Tues, Oct.15, 2 p.m., RAH office

  • Non-Profit Series: "All About RAAC," with Matthew Black, Wed., Oct.16, 10:30 a.m. RAH office - RSVP

  • Hike the Thornton River Trail, Mon., Oct. 22, 1:30 p.m., Old Hollow and Hull School Roads, Sperryville- RSVP

  • Quarterly Gathering for RAH Volunteers, Tues., Oct. 22, RAH office - RSVP

  • Rapp at Home Flix: "Little Women,"(acclaimed 1994 version) Friday, Oct. 25, 2 p.m., RAH office - RSVP

  • COMMUNITY SQUARE DANCE! Sat. Oct.26, 7 - 10 p.m., Sperryville Fire Hall - ALL WELCOME

  • Halloween at the Old School, Thurs., Oct. 31, 4 - 7 p.m., Washington Schoolhouse, Washington - RSVP

*For Information and

Schedules for Rapp at Home Board and Committee

Meetings, CLICK HERE.

Why Join Rapp at Home?

What Is a "Village?"

A senior village is neighbors working together to make things easier. Run primarily by its members and volunteers, sometimes with the help of a small paid staff, each village is unique to its own community.

​Villages strive to link neighbors together to maintain their independence through staying active, and having access to necessary services. To learn more about senior villages, Click Here.


When you join Rapp at Home, you not only gain access to great activities and services, your membership fee helps Rapp at Home to continue to offer free or low-cost memberships to your neighbors with financial need.

However, membership fees cover only a portion of our expenses. If you would like to donate to Rapp at Home, please Click Here.

Rapp at Home appreciates the support of Rappahannock Radio! Rappahannock Radio seeks to provide community connectivity and opportunity within and around Rappahannock County, offering a forum for all ages to share their perspectives. It is helping to spread the news about Rapp at Home. Go to:

Rapp at Home is a member-run, not-for profit organization supported through membership fees and private donations. It is not a social services agency nor affiliated with any government organization.