Senior Services of Alexandria (SSA) is continuing uninterrupted its mission of providing nutrition to homebound seniors residing in the City of Alexandria, as well as coordinating reservations for the DOT Paratransit Program during the current health crisis. Meals are being delivered to homebound, isolated older adults with extra preventive measures instituted to keep both volunteers and seniors safe. The Groceries to Go program will be providing groceries to clients who must remain in their homes and rely on this service for nutrition. SSA staff continues to make taxi reservations for disabled individuals who participate in the DOT Paratransit program that allows them to keep critical appointments.
“Senior Services of Alexandria is committed to the health and well-being of Alexandria’s older adult population”, said Mary Lee Anderson, SSA’s Executive Director. We will continue to administer our nutrition and transportation programs to Alexandria’s older adult population in a safe manner for our volunteers and clients.”
We appreciate the community’s ongoing support of our programs, and if you would like to help, please let us know by calling 703-836-4414 or visiting SSA’s website at www.seniorservicesalex.org.