The mission of Council on Aging of Volusia County is to enrich the lives of our most vulnerable elderly citizens by providing needed services that enable them to remain safely, comfortably, and with dignity in their own homes.
For more than 50 years, Council on Aging of Volusia County has been the only local non-profit focused exclusively on providing vital services to Volusia County seniors. Our staff and volunteers become trusted advocates to the growing number of our elderly neighbors in critical need of assistance to maintain their independence.
COA provides our In-Home Care clients with Emergency Alert Systems to ensure that family members and/or emergency services are contacted immediately
Our Dining Sites are open Monday through Friday. Please click on the Senior Center/Dining Site near you for hours and contact information
One in four seniors lives alone, and nearly 9.5 million seniors in America are threatened by hunger. Here in Volusia County, more than 350 screened and trained volunteers..
It is estimated that more than 33,000 Volusia County seniors live alone. For many, their dog, cat, or other pet may be their only day-to-day companion.
Due to circumstances such as geographical distance, work, demands at home, or health issues, family members are..
Respite Care delivers balance to the lives of caregivers of those with early-stage dementia. We engage seniors in vibrant activities in safe, nurturing environments while supporting caregivers in managing their time, alleviating stress, and learning new tools to cope with challenging situations.
COA provides light chore services to our elderly clients: installation of grab bars in bathrooms, small painting projects
COA’s Telephone Reassurance program was started during the pandemic in order to check in with isolated seniors, assess or reassess
Local seniors age 60 and older in need of support with depression, stress, addiction issues, family problems, or other issues
For more than 50 years, COA has provided care for Volusia County seniors, the fastest growing population in our area. Due to the increasing demand for services, federal and state grant dollars cannot cover the costs required to meet the needs of our elderly neighbors.
Council on Aging of Volusia County is a 501(c)-(3) non-profit organization. Your tax-deductible donation will help us fund basic services for Volusia County’s most vulnerable seniors to allow them to remain safely in their own homes.