Advocates for Citizen Access is an informational resource for aging, under-employed and underserved populations. We strive to promote better health outcomes, to promote safe and affordable living environments, and to promote broader consumer awareness.

Promoting Better Health Outcomes and Living Environments: Through our core programs of Health and Wellness Options (HWO), Residential Living Alternatives (RLA) we provide liaison services for obtaining time-sensitive information and resources for individuals. By identifying adapted, downsized or senior-friendly residential settings, we tap a network of community service organizations, and local, state and federal agencies to identify appropriate options.

Increasing Consumer Awareness: For individuals with medical and health-related access or health insurance gaps, Advocates for Citizen Access assists in identifying options for those who experience limited access to information or services available to them.  Through community outreach events, tapping vast digital resources, and networking, assisted individuals will gain exposure to health and wellness alternatives. For more information contact us at info@advocatesca.org.

Our Core Programs

Health Care & Wellness

Through community engagement, information sharing and direct outreach, Advocates for Citizen Access promotes public health interventions aimed at improving outcomes for vulnerable populations. We work to connect individuals with access to affordable health care that meets their needs, and advocate for addressing social determinants of health that impact overall health outcomes.

Residential Living Options & Alternatives

Our liaisons assist individuals in accessing new resources when making decisions on adapted residential living environments and other changing circumstances.   Safety or mobility-adapted improvements, in-home aid, decluttering strategies, downsizing and assisted searches for aging such as independent or assisted living environments. When identifying adapted or senior-friendly residential settings, we utilize into a network of community service organizations, and local, state and federal agencies to identify appropriate options.

Advocates for Citizen Access, established in 2018 under the Virginia State Corporation Commission, is recognized as a 501(c)(3) public charity under the Federal Tax Code. Donations to support the organization’s mission are tax exempt.  Your tax deductible contribution supports our outreach programs and resources for underserved and aging individuals.

Meet the Leadership

Untitled design (63)Florence Stewart

Florence serves as president and executive director, since the organization was founded in 2018.  Her residential advocacy spans over 20 years in the real estate industry, from which she brings problem solving expertise to those navigating obstacles that require digital search proficiency and navigation support in today’s virtual environment. She holds a bachelors degree in business administration. Email: director@advocatesca.org

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Donna Lindsay

Serving as vice president, Ms. Lindsay brings to our organization over eight years digital marketing experience from a career in the private sector and a BS in Mass Communications. She introduces a unique perspective to maintaining our digital presence while overseeing website operations and social media engagement. She also oversees the creation of branded materials and acts as liaison with vendors. Email: vp.lindsay@advocatesca.org

Untitled design (61)Maani Stewart

Mr. Stewart serves as secretary/treasurer and brings a strong public health and policy perspective to the organization. From his career in public health and an MS in Public Health, Maani brings policy and subject matter expertise in Medicaid, and consumer-facing experience as the consumer education manager for a national nonprofit during the Affordable Care Act implementation. Our organization is strengthened by his knowledgebase and his dedication to public service. Email: advocate.MStewart@advocatesca.org