Mobile Adult Day Health Care - Coatesville Veterans Affairs Medical Center
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Coatesville Veterans Affairs Medical Center


Mobile Adult Day Health Care

What is VA Mobile Veterans Program (VA MVP)?

VA MVP is a social and supportive program for older or disabled Veterans, who are enrolled in VA health care, that live in their homes with or without assistance.

Veterans will get the opportunity to engage in social and recreational activities alongside trained VA medical staff. This program takes place once a week at each of our five locations in Chester and Delaware counties.

A focus throughout the VA health care system is to provide Veterans with non-institutional care options. The goal is to keep more Veterans living as independently as possible. VA MVP provides quality of life for our Veterans and Veteran's caregivers by providing patient centered care in the community near their homes.

Who can VA MVP help?


VA MVP will help older or disabled Veterans stay engaged in life, while maintaining their independence. The program is designed to provide a safe environment for Veterans for social interactions and support.


The program provides relief and support for the family or caregiver.

How can a Veteran get involved?

For Veterans or caregivers that want to get involved in the VA MVP, ask your health care providers for a referral or check your local VFW or American Legion Post for more details. If you have any questions regarding the program, you may also contact the VA MVP program coordinator, Karen Elechko at 610-380-4349.

What VA MVP offers:

Alongside trained VA health care professionals, Veterans will be involved in a variety of recreational activities such as:

  • Coffee social time
  • Music
  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Memory-focus brain exercises
  • Nail care and hand hygiene
  • Current event discussion
  • Trivia
  • Art
  • And other leisure activities

What are the eligibility requirements for VA MVP?

Candidates for this program must live at home with or without assistance. The candidate must be medically and mentally stable. The candidate must be enrolled in VA health care.

Are there copays?

Copay may be required, with the maximum cost being $15 per visit after 21 visits.

For more Geriatrics & Extended Care programs and referral/eligibility information, visit our Geriatrics & Extended Care page.

Contact Info


  • Administrative Office
    Building 4
    Room 220

Contact Number(s)

  • 610-383-0239
  • 610-384-7711 Ext. 4349

Hours of Operation

  • Monday thru Friday
    8:00am to 4:30pm