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Aging & Disability Services Division, Arlington County DHS

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Aging & Disability Services Division, Arlington County DHS
Last updated on June 9, 2016

The mission of the Aging and Disability Services Division is to promote the maximum level of independence and community participation of seniors, persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and persons with physical disabilities.

Programs in the Division provide the help needed to enable adults to remain safely in, and be an integral part of the community. Many services assist persons who are at risk of institutional placement. The community, education, health promotion, advocacy, and legal compliance activities of the division benefit many elderly and adults with disabilities in Arlington.

Make a difference in your life and the life of residents of Arlington County by joining a growing circle of VOLUNTEERS who serve as COURT APPOINTED GUARDIANS and CONSERVATORS for seniors and disabled residents of Arlington County. Individuals served by the Volunteer Guardianship Program have been determined by the Circuit Court to be unable to handle their own financial or personal matters. They need someone to make decisions that they can no longer make for themselves.
Volunteers will receive training. Volunteers will undergo criminal and credit background checks.
A perfect opportunity for Retirees or Stay-at-Home Parents trying to keep their skills sharp and a great resume builder! Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program needs you! Make a difference today in the lives of older Arlingtonians. Our Counselors are trained and certified to assist Medicare eligible residents and their Family Members as they navigate their way through the maze of information about health insurance and aging services to receive the help they truly need. Volunteers will be trained to counsel recipients on insurance issues such as Medicare, Medigap, Long-term Care insurance and Managed Care. For more information, please call: Suzanne Fink at (703) 228-1733.
Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older, and must complete an Arlington County Police background record check. Volunteers who assist with insurance counseling, can not be licensed brokers. Three (3) references must also be submitted

Contact person: Suzanne Fink, Supervisor, 703-228-1700, (email)

Main office number: 703-228-1700
TDD number: (703) 228-1788


 2100 Washington Blvd
4th Floor

Arlington, VA 22204
This location is handicap accessible
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 By Car (free parking for DHS clients in above-ground garage) Driving directions from I-395 and I-66 •From I-395: Exit at Route 27 (Washington Boulevard). Merge onto Washington Boulevard. Proceed north approximately 0.2 mile. Exit onto 2nd St S. Turn right at. . . (more)
  Nearest Bus Stop: ART Bus 42, ART Bus 45, ART Bus77, 2 minute walk
Last updated on June 9, 2016

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2100 Washington Blvd
3rd Floor
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Tel: 703-228-1760
TTY: 703-228-1398
Fax: 703-228-1013

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