Helping America's most vulnerable™

Senior Living and Care

Providing seniors with the housing and the care they need to be healthly and to thrive

“Go wherever we are needed and do whatever comes to hand.”

This was the pledge made by Ballington and Maud Booth when they founded Volunteers of America in 1896. Now, 119 years later, these words still define us as we continue our legacy of responding to the needs of the elderly and the sick.

For seniors and others coping with illness or injury, we offer a continuum of services. We provide long-term nursing care, assisted living, memory support, nursing care, rehabilitative therapy and more. 


"I guess if you haven't ever been the caretaker for someone with dementia, you don't realize it's a constant togetherness. His involvement in the (Volunteers of America) program has given me some freedom from the stress. It's been a big relief - not only to me but to my family." - Sharon, wife and caretaker for her husband who is suffering from dementia

How We Help

For more than 119 years, Volunteers of America has responded to the nation's health care needs. Today, we are a major provider of professional long-term nursing care for seniors and others coping with illness or injury. We offer a continuum of services that extends to the elderly and disabled people requiring long-term health support, including nursing care, assisted living, memory support, home health care, rehabilitation and much more.

Volunteers of America owns and operates over 20 senior living and care communities throughout the United States and is dedicated to providing supportive, nurturing environments with services designed specifically for each individual. Learn more about our individual communities and services

As part of its ongoing work with people with Alzheimer’s and their families and caregivers, Volunteers of America is supporting the documentary feature film, “I’ll Be Me,” chronicling Glen Campbell’s Goodbye Tour. Learn More