Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens is a private non-profit organization formed in 1975 to improve the quality of life of older adults and disabled individuals through charitable, educational, social services and other appropriate means. AASC is one of 25 area agencies on aging in Virginia and serves the counties of Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell and Tazewell in Southwest Virginia.

Aging is not a choice, however aging well is. AASC believes in fostering programs aimed at helping seniors stay within their homes and community as long as possible with dignity and grace.

    Appalachian Agency Center for Senior CitizensRequest of Sealed Bids Packetsfor Mount Rogers PACE Center– Bristol, Virginia Appalachian Agency Center for Senior Citizens (“AASC”) will accept sealed bids for Mount Rogers PACE Center (“Project”) located in Bristol, Virginia. Sealed bid packets shall be delivered to the attention of and shall be received by Owner – Brian […]
  • AASC Request for Quote – Backup Appliances
      AASC is accepting quotes for a backup solution. Quotes should include all S&H, delivery, and installationcharges, as applicable. Quotes should be accompanied by a written description of warranty terms andany on-going/annual charges for any hardware or software maintence, support, licensing, or any otherfuture charges that would impact usage, support, or software/firmware updates. Tax-exempt certificateprovided […]
  • AASC will host Spring Fling on May 18
  • Farm Market Fresh program helps low-income seniors buy fresh fruits and vegetables
    Low-income seniors in Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell and Tazewell counties may sign up now for the Farm Market Fresh program. This Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program helps low-income seniors obtain free fresh produce. Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens administers the program locally. The U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services […]
  • AASC receives $25,000 to repair homes of veterans
    Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens has received a $25,000 grant from Meals on Wheels America and The Home Depot Foundation through their joint initiative, Helping Homebound Heroes – a program that provides home repairs and modifications for veterans. The funding will support AASC’s efforts to ensure that veteran clients have safe and accessible homes. “We […]