Adult Medical Day Care
Adult Care Center of Roanoke Valley
Who We Are
Adult Care Center of Roanoke Valley is a safe and secure program committed to providing compassionate stimulating daytime care for dependent adults while providing family support and an alternative to long-term care. The Center does not provide transportation but does work with the family to assist with RADAR, Cortran, and LogistiCare providers.
Adult Care Center of Roanoke Valley is an independent, nonprofit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors. We are a United Way of Roanoke Valley partner agency and a member of the National Adult Day Services Association, the National Council on Aging, and the Virginia Adult Day Services Association.
Who We Serve
Long-term Care Medicaid
Aid & Attendance
Sliding Scale Fee
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No one is denied service for inability to pay. Medicare funding is available from some Advantage plans. Also, accepts funding from the Local Office on Aging (LOA).
When and How
Currently closedMonday - Friday: 7:00 am-6:00 pm
18 and over
No income requirements.
Other Eligibility Criteria:
A medical report and tuberculosis screening are required from the client's primary care physician.
Referrals are made by the Local Office on Aging (LOA), the Center for Healthy Aging, insurance companies, and the Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC).
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Intake Contact Email:
Intake Contact Telephone:
Additional Availability Comments:
Monday through Friday 7am to 6pm
Entity: Virginia Department of Social Services
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Report Problems Other:
Consumers may complain to the Executive Director; the administrator of their funding source; or the Virginia Dept of Social Services
Where Service is Provided:
Accessible to Public Transportation :
Provides Transportation to/from Service:
Accessibility Entrance Traits:
Curb cut(s) from parking/drop-off area
Designated accessible parking close by
Intercom for Assistance
Minimum 32" wide opening
No abrupt level changes (over 1/4" from parking/drop off area)
Signage/Directions from non-accessible entrances
Public Facility Traits:
All public services available on ground floor
Hallways free of obstruction and minimum 36" wide
Restroom door minimum 32" wide opening
Toilet seat 17 to 19" above floor
Restroom stall(s) large enough for wheelchair turnaround (51")
Grab bars provided in restroom stall(s)
Also serves residents of the towns of Vinton, Rocky Mount, Fincastle and Buchanan.