Bath Community Hospital is a not-for-profit, critical access hospital commited to providing high-quality, mission driven health care.  Our hospital has a licensed capacity of 25 beds for acute and skilled care.  The medical staff, nursing staff, and other health care professionals all function as a multidisciplinary team to ensure seamless delivery of care for all of their patients.  They provide twenty-four hour emergency services, as well as select range of diagnostic services, rehabilitative services and specialty clinics.

    Address: 106 Park Lane, Hot Springs, Virginia 24445
    Phone: (540) 839-7000

    For additional information, visit .


    Founded in 1981, the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank is the largest organization alleviating hunger in Western and Central Virginia. 

    In all, we serve 25 counties and 9 cities on either side of the Blue Ridge through distribution centers in Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Winchester and Verona. 
    We provide nutritious food to 113,000 people each month through a far-reaching network of 234 food pantries, soup kitchens, schools, churches and nonprofit groups. 

    We are members of Feeding America, a national organization supporting more than 200 food banks across the country, and the largest domestic hunger relief agency in the U.S. In 2009, Feeding America named the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank the Member of the Year for our outstanding program standards and efficiency.  
    The Blue Ridge Area Food Bank secures food from local and national sources, makes sure it is safe, and then distributes the food to hundreds of partner agencies throughout the communities we serve.  

    Thanks to our affiliation with Feeding America, we capture donations from large corporations—national supermarket chains and food manufacturers—as well as the U.S. Department of Agriculture. 

    Locally, we are supported by grocery stores. Much of this food is in good condition, but cannot be sold. If not for the Food Bank, it would be pulled from shelves and thrown away. Increasingly, we are securing more fresh produce, meat, dairy and other perishable goods through farmers, gleaning organizations and other local and national growers.  Community food drives provide four percent of our food supply as well. 

    Finally, monetary donations through community fundraisers, campaigns and grants enable us to buy food that is in short supply and not available through donations.

    These resources are available in Bath County at:

    Windy Cove Presbyterian Church
    102 Windy Cove Road
    Millboro, Va 24460
    2nd Monday every month from 2-4 p.m. 

    Other Bath County food bank:

    Ashwood Methodist Church 
    5674 Sam Snead Highway
    Hot Springs, Virginia 24445
    1st Monday evening of every month - meal is served and groceries are distributed as requested.  Grocery Distribution is available upon request for those in need at any time during the year. 


    Individuals, families and small businesses can find plans that fit their needs and their budget, and nobody can be denied coverage for having an illness or a pre-existing condition. Financial help is also available to help lower the cost of health insurance.

    ENROLL Virginia! offers free, in-person help in your language and in your community. Trained professionals are available to answer questions over the phone or in-person.

    To apply, please visit:



    Ingalls Field Airport (HSP) located in Hot Springs, Virginia is a small public use airport offering full fuel service; tie down, overnight, and hanger space rentals, Wi-Fi, and catering.  Enterprise rental car services are also available. Open 7 days a week with attendants on duty 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Contact information: 
    Phone: 540-839-2479 
    Fax: 540-839-2479 
    Address: 6240 Airport Road, Hot Springs, Virginia 24445


    It is the mission of Rockbridge Area Community Services to help prevent and treat mental  illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse, and to enhance the quality of life of individuals who experience these conditions in the Cities of Buena Vista and Lexington and the    Counties of Rockbridge and Bath, Virginia by providing individualized treatments, establishing and expanding programs and support systems, and promoting integration into the community.

    Developed and governed by a Board of Directors representing each of the four localities served by our programming, RACS has grown along with the many communities it serves. Since 1982, RACS has been the primary resource for mental health, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, and prevention services in the   Rockbridge Area.  With offices and programs all over the Rockbridge Area and qualified, dedicated staff, we are available to meet the diverse needs of our communities. 

    It all begins with ~  Building Bridges...

    Main Office 
    241 Greenhouse Road
    Lexington, VA 24450
    (540) 839-3162

    or visit for more information.



    Safehome's mission is to empower and advocate for victims and survivors of domestic, dating and sexual violence while working towards a community free of violence. We serve Alleghany, Bath and Highland Counties, the town of Clifton Forge and Iron Gate.  Our services include; an emergency shelter; individual counseling, empowerment groups; crisis intervention; court advocacy; and educational presentations. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic, dating and/or sexual violence, please call our 24 hour hotline at 540-965-3237 or 1-877-393-3672. All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.

    is a statewide non-profit dedicated to providing free comprehensive health and community support information and guidance to seniors, caregivers, and their families - supporting independence, dignity, and quality of life.

    Visit SeniorNavigator to find out about programs and services available in your own backyard, access easy-to-read articles on a wide variety of topics, "ask an expert" your personal question and so much more. 




    The Bath County office of Virginia Cooperative Extension is your local connection to Virginia's land-grant universities, Virginia Tech and Virginia State University. Through educational programs based on research and developed with input from local stakeholders, we help the people of Bath County improve their lives. We provide education through programs in Agriculture and Natural Resources, Family and Consumer Sciences, 4-H Youth Development, and Community Viability.

    65 Courthouse Hill Road Room 228,
    Bath County Courthouse
    Warm Springs, Virginia, VA 24484
    Phone: (540) 839-7261


    For more information, visit or call your local extension office. 


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    • Looking for child care? Visit Virginia Child Care and find useful information for parents, providers and communities on the importance, benefits and standards of safe, quality child care. You can also search for a child care provider near you.

    • Resources to Improve Financial Stability: Free on-line resources are available to help individuals and families learn more about financial management and how to reach important financial goals. These sites include guidance, classes, toolkits, and videos on budgeting, saving, debt management, making major purchases, and much more. To find financial literacy programs offered in your region, search "financial literacy" or "counseling-financial." Click here for a resource list.

    • Virginia Easy Access provides special resources for seniors and people with disabilities.

    • CommonHelp is Virginia's convenient way to apply for healthcare coverage or to get help with food, child care, heating and cooling bills, healthcare and cash assistance:

    • Hearing Impaired:Dial 7-1-1 for Virginia Relay then 1-800-230-6977.
    • Calling from out of state? Using a videophone or disposible cell phone? Dial 1-800-230-6977 to be connected.


    The Bath County Health Department is located next to the Courthouse. The office offers a wide range of public health services with eligibility based on income and charges determined on a sliding scale. Typical services include childhood immunizations, flu shots, public information and education related to public health issues.

    Contact Information: 
    Phone: (540) 839-7246 
    Fax: (540) 839-2964
    Mailing Address: P.O. Box 120, Warm Springs, VA 24484 


    Physical Address: 51 Courthouse Hill Road, Warm Springs, VA 24484


    The mission of the Bath County Department of Social Services is to promote citizen independence, self-reliance and protection; promote and support efforts to develop strong families and healthy communities; provide public assistance benefits, social services, emotional support and referral to eligible citizens according to requirements and mandates set forth by the Code of Virginia and State Department of Social Services policy and procedure.

    The department administers federal and state benefit and service programs as required by law and in accordance with the specific program policy. Benefit programs include Food Stamps, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families(TANF & TANF-UP), Diversionary Assistance, Medicaid Energy Assistance, Emergency Assistance and Auxiliary Grants. Some of these programs are time-limited. Initial screening and limited applications are also available via the Social Services website.

    Service programs include preventative and supportive services for adults and families, child and adult protective services, foster care/adoption, VIEW employment and day care services. Some services are available regardless of income, while others require an income screening or parental co-pay. Some family services and foster care/adoption programs are also governed by the Comprehensive Services Act. Social workers are on call 24 hours a day to screen and investigate complaints of child and adult abuse and neglect. For holiday, weekend and after hours please contact the Bath County Sheriff’s Department at (540)839-2375.

    The agency also networks with numerous government, state and local agencies, community civic groups, churches and work groups to meet special needs that arise. 

    Contact Information:
    Jason Miller – Director
    Phone: (540) 839-7271  
    Fax: (540) 839-7278

    Customer portal apply online:

    Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7, Warm Springs, VA 24484

    Physical Address: 65 Courthouse Hill Road, Room G, Warm Springs, VA 24484