Rooted In Your Community

Health, housing, and human services – three ways we’re strengthening communities.

From hunger and homelessness, to relief and a welcoming place. Change a life with monthly support.

Grow a legacy of hope and care for your neighbors in need.

Heroes Shouldn't Hurt

We’re proud to give back to thousands of veterans with supportive services and affordable housing.

Operation Backpack

Back to school should not be a burden. Help families in your community.

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A home to our heroes.

At Volunteers of America, we know home is more than a place. It’s a feeling.

As one of the nation’s oldest and largest developers of affordable housing, we have provided safe shelter for nearly 20,000 seniors, veterans, and families in need this year.

Our Innovative Dwellings initiative is one way that we are uplifting veterans in need. By repurposing old materials and buildings, we are developing exciting, sustainable solutions to house more veterans than ever before.

Watch how Innovative Dwellings is providing hope for our nation’s heroes.

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Guided by the experience of more than 16,000 professionals living and working to make life better in their local communities, our plan for today and tomorrow is clear: transform lives by improving the health, happiness, and stability of our communities.


Access to quality healthcare is an essential part of any thriving, active community. Our goal is to provide 100% access to those who need it.


The key ingredient to living a healthy life is having a place to call home. We believe that a safe, affordable home is a basic human right.

Human Services

Focused on the unique needs of each of the communities we serve, we create and manage hundreds of life-changing programs and services.

VOA In Action

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Shay Moral Injury Center

The Shay Moral Injury Center at Volunteers of America offers educational programs for the general public and service providers, such as mental health professionals, medical workers, chaplains, and clergy about moral injury, an affliction of conscience, identity, and meaning because of harm we cause, witness, or experience from others.

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Futures Fund

Futures Fund is a social impact investment fund that supports the development and expansion of high impact health, housing and social service models and enterprises within Volunteers of America and as joint-venture partnerships with external community health entrepreneurs.

Innovative Dwellings

Our Innovative Dwellings initiative uses repurposed buildings and materials to create sustainable, affordable housing solutions for people in need. Across the country, these sustainable housing options are supporting low income individuals and offering supportive services for residents at a faster rate than ever before.

2 million meals and services for individuals experiencing homelessness.

7,000 seniors provided with skilled nursing care and assisted living.

5,000 children and their families received education services.

650,000 people received COVID relief.

17,500 people interrupted the cycle of addiction.

100,000 individuals experiencing homelessness cared for, housed and loved.

57,000 kids given opportunities they never would have imagined.

27,000 people housed in our affordable housing units.

28,000 peopled assisted with re-entry and the impacts of incarceration.

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