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Statement on COVID-19

Steps to protect our Seniors

Social Distancing

  • We have closed the four senior centers in Cabell County operated by CCCSO to all non-essential activities
  • The Senior Centers will be staffed and open for grab and go meals on Monday through Friday
  • Our Senior Center Coordinators are still on site making well check calls twice a week to those who cannot make it to the centers for a grab and go hot meal. Let the Coordinators know if you have any specific needs we may be able to help with.
  • If you were previously eating lunch at our senior centers and now need a home delivered meal then give us a call at 304-529-4952

Safety Precautions

  • We continuously stress to our employees the importance of hand washing and social distancing
  • All our employees are told to stay home if they feel sick and we have adjusted our sick leave policies to care for them
  • We are actively taking the temperature of every employee and any person before they are allowed to enter any of our facilities
  • All of our employees who prepare and distribute food have food handler cards issued by the Health Department and understand food safety protocols
  • Our kitchen is regularly inspected by the Health Department

Shelf Stable Meals

  • We will soon be distributing boxes of shelf stable meals to all our clients. The boxes will provide additional food in the event we cannot get you the daily hot meals we normally provide
  • We owe a huge thank you to several organizations that have come to the forefront to help us with meals
    • The Facing Hunger Food Bank and Cridlin Food Pantry have committed hundreds of shelf stable meals for our seniors
    • The Area Agency on Aging is providing $2,500 for bulk purchases of items that includes food and toiletry products
    • The United Way has offered a $2,500 mini grant to help fill the gaps in providing food and other needed items
    • The County Commission has been asked to provide $5,000 from the Senior Levy Funds to help with raw food purchases


  • We are continuing to provide transportation for medical appointments and other essential trips
  • The vehicles are sanitized before and after each trip
  • We continue to provide grocery shopping trips for small groups where social distancing can be maintained

In Home Care

  • We continue to provide in home personal care and Homemaker services for our existing clients
  • We are also continuing to provide respite for those folks who are caring for a loved one with dimentia
  • As part of our senior services we are also providing help for those who are home bound with grocery shopping and picking up prescriptions


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