In Home Services


Do you need help in your own home?


Mary Jenkins
Director of In Home Services

For too many people, growing older means giving up the self-sufficient lifestyle they've always enjoyed.  At the Raleigh County Commission on Aging, Inc. we're working to change that; we're helping people remain healthier, more active, and more independent than ever before.  Our many activities and events help older people remain active participants in the community.  Our in-home services provide an important link to the outside community as well as a means of remaining independent.

Our non-profit agency provides programs and services aimed at enabling older persons to maintain and/or improve their quality of life and to live independently in the community at the highest level of well being, thereby avoiding institutionalization.  We have evolved and developed into a strong human services agency encompassing a multi-purpose center; four neighborhood centers throughout Raleigh county; in-home care services and management; and family support services.  For the disabled and elderly our in-home services provide an important link to the outside community as well as a means of remaining independent.  Our many professionals are more than willing to be of assistance in helping you find the program that meets your families needs.  You may contact Mary Jenkins, Director of In-Home Services or Consuelo Coulter and Krysten Moore, Staffing Coordinators, to assist you in making a referral.

Many people who need these services are looking for assurances that the caregiver who comes to their home is dependable and honest.  All of our employees are subject to random testing and all new employees must first pass a drug test as well as a comprehensive criminal background check.

For more detailed information on the services we provide please choose from the sub menu items found under the "In Home" menu

Krysten Moore or Consuelo Coulter
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