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Chevy Chase At Home

We Are Neighbors Helping Neighbors Live At Home



These are the committees defined within Chevy Chase At Home. Click the view members link or the committee name to see a list of committee members. If visible for a committee, click the More info to view additional information about the committee. If there are subcommittees, a list of subcommittees will be displayed. Click on the name of the subcommittee to view the members.
Board of Directors
Functions: Establish the policies and manage the operations of CC@H.
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Functions: Produce quarterly newsletter; communicate regularly with partner and community organizations and local media; spread the word about CC@H, events and programs via promotional materials; maintain web site and Forum and promote CC@H through social media; A/V tech support at CC@H events.
Community Services & Service Providers
Functions: Maintain the Neighbor-Recommended List, which contains a wide variety of tradespeople recommended by neighborhood residents; maintain a list of recommended In-Home Care Providers; explore other community resources and services that are not provided by our volunteers, but that are wanted by members.
Functions: Develop systems, programs and financial support to meet the changing financial and member needs of the organization; explore opportunities for financial support, including corporate donors, public and private grants; identify and cultivate potential major donors
Social Networking and Program
Functions: Bring together neighbors; plan educational and cultural programs; provide Members and non-members a place to connect with other Chevy Chase residents--a key to well-being as we age.
Volunteer Services
Functions: Develop training materials; recruit and train volunteers; determine volunteer services to be provided and criteria for providing services; match volunteers with service needs; host observers from villages in development; evaluate the effectiveness of service delivery.
Functions: Identify member services and benefits; recommend methods and opportunities for recruitment and retention of members; track membership trends.