Rapp at Home works in cooperation with other groups and agencies that provide services for Rappahannock Seniors so that we can maintain the best possible outcomes for our members and community. Below are some of the organizations that work with seniors in Rappahannock County with which we regularly partner.
Rappahannock Senior Center
The Rappahannock Senior Center is run through the Rappahannock/Rapidan Community Services (RRCS). Led by the remarkable Darcy Canton, the Rappahannock Senior Center provides nutritious daytime meals and fellowship for seniors age 60 and over at their welcoming facility located at 111 Scrabble Road, Woodville, Va. Rapp at Home coordinates with the Senior Center to maximize services and opportunities for seniors in Rappahannock County. For a list of current activities at the Rappahannock Senior Center, contact them through their Facebook Page at or CLICK HERE.
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services
The Rappahannock Rapidan Community Sercies (RRCS) was formed in 1972 as a combined initiative of the local governments of State Planning District 9 (Rappahannock, Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison and Orange). It serves as a combined area agency on aging and a community services board. Its statutory mission rests with the Area Plan for Aging Services (Federal Older Americans Act) and Virginia Code 37.1 through its Performance Contract with the Virginia State Department of Behavioral Health and Disability Services. It offers a comprehensive array of services to the 5 local counties through aging services, behavioral health, developmental disability, substance use disorder, insurance assistance, etc. Rapp at Home partners with RRCS at appropriate opportunities. To learn more about the programs and services of RRCS, go to: or CLICK HERE.
The non-profit Aging Together was founded in 2003 as a community collaborative to meet the evolving needs of older populations in Rappahannock, Culpeper, Orange, Fauquier and Madison counties. Partner organizations comprised of senior groups, caregivers. hospitals, schools service providers, faith community members, police and fire departments, etc. have formed county-based teams that provide educational programs and other senior events and services to attempt to fill gaps in service for senior citizens. Rapp at Home is a partner organization of Aging Together. To learn more about Aging Together and to see their current activities go to: or CLICK HERE.
Rappahannock County Department of Social Services
The Rappahannock County Virginia Department of Social Services (DSS) provides assistance to seniors with financial need or in cases of abuse or neglect. They can assist with issues such as public assistance, food stamps, welfare, housing, healthcare, and emergency assistance. Rapp at Home cooperates with DSS in all appropriate matters. To find information about the services of DSS and contact information go to: and look under "social services," or CLICK HERE.
Local Area Churches
Our local churches and places of worship in Rappahannock County offer significant support to senior citizens, families and individuals. Rapp at Home coordinates activities with local churches and places of worship as appropriate. To find out more about some of our local churches, contact us at the Rapp at Home office.
The Benevolent Fund is a non-profit organization that provides assistance through local churches and donors to seniors and others in need. Through its generosity qualifying individual or family emergencies can be met. Rapp at Home coordinates with the Benevolent Fund in appropriate circumstances. To learn more about programs of the Benevolent Fund, go to: or CLICK HERE.
The PATH Foundation is a grantmaking organization that enhances health and vitality in Fauquier, Rappahannock and northern Culpeper Counties. Through the generous support of the PATH Foundation Rapp at Home is able to continue its services to seniors in Rappahannock County. To learn more about the PATH Foundation go to: or CLICK HERE.