Central Vermont Council on Aging closes three offices

Published: 07-10-2024 5:30 PM

ROYALTON — The Central Vermont Council on Aging has closed three of its Orange County offices and opened a new one in downtown Randolph.

The Barre-based nonprofit organization, which assists older adults in 54 central Vermont towns, closed the offices it rents at the Royalton Senior Center, the Randolph Senior Center and downtown Rochester, Vt. Its new office is located at Randolph Co-Worker Space, 2 S. Main St.

It provides services to Vermonters living Washington, Lamoille, and Orange counties (with the exception of Thetford, which is served by Senior Solutions), in addition to the Windsor County communities of Bethel, Royalton and Sharon.

“Our case managers provide most of their services by making visits to clients’ homes and are only occasionally in their offices,” Executive Director John Mandeville said in a news release. 

To make an appointment at the new office, call 802-477-1364.

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