The U.S. Administration for Community Living (ACL) made Community Care Corps funds available to organizations across the country to develop innovative models that assists adults 60 years of age or older, adults with disabilites, and their caregivers with non-medical activities such as chores, errands and other daily activities.

Greenbrier Community Care Corps believes this program will help ease social isolation of seniors and individuals with a disability, promote independent living, build a stronger community, relieve over-burdened family caregivers and develop a local model to connect volunteers with those who need support.

Letters of Support

West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, Center for Rural and Community Health recently received a National Community Care Corps Grant to develop a local model to coordinate non-medical volunteer services in Greenbrier County.

Greenbrier County Health Alliance (GCHA) is a key partner and contractor in this project. GCHA will help recruit volunteers, distrubute volunteer stipends, track volunteer hours, and provide volunteer insurance.

Letter of Support for the project received from:

  • The City of Lewisburg
  • Gareway Industries
  • Greenbrier County Committee on Aging
  • Greenbrier Valley Medical Center
  • Shepherd's Center of Greenbrier Valley
  • Senator Stephen Baldwin

Getting Started

Eligibility Requirements

To enroll for services, participants must be a resident of Greenbrier County, WV, be 60 years of age or older, have a disbility or be a caregiver of an individual 60 years or older or who has a disbillity.

Nonmedical Services

  • Companionship and Friendly Visiting
  • Help Around the House
  • Social/ Recreational Activities
  • Pet Care
  • Home
  • Repair/ Maintenance
  • Respite Care
  • Running Errands
  • Technology/ Communication Assistance
  • Meal Preparation
  • Advocacy

Want to Volunteer?

Eligibility Requirements

Must be 18 years of age Completed Application Background Check/ Fingerprinting Orientation

Approved Volunteers may create an account through Better Impact to find and schedule service opportunities. Instructions on how to get started with Better Impact can be found on the Better Impact tab.

Background Check

Fingerprinting will be scheduled by GCCC administration and will be completed through Open Door Inc. in Lewisburg, WV.

Open Doors Inc.
1108 E. Washington St.
Lewisburg, WV 24901

Getting Started with Better Impact

Better Impact Inc. is a volunteer management software designed for businesses sand non-profit organizations. this software will be used to register and manage both volunteers and participants.

Both volunteers and participants will have a simple and easy registration and seperate sign-in specific to participant or volunteer. Technical support is available for registration or assistance with sign-in.

Software Links:


State Resources:

National Resources:

Want to Contact Us?

Greenbrier County Health Alliance, ​

Executive Director Julian Levine​

WVSOM Center Rural Community Health, ​

Program Manager Misty Boggs​


(304) 520-5945​