Providing older adults with the housing and care they need to be healthy and thrive.
For over 125 years, Volunteers of America has responded to the nation’s healthcare needs. Today, we are a major provider of professional long-term nursing care for older adults and others coping with illness or injury. We offer a continuum of services in our senior living and care communities that extends to people with disabilities and includes long-term health support: nursing care, assisted living, memory support, home health care, rehabilitation, and much more.
Volunteers of America owns and operates over 30 senior living and care communities throughout the United States and is dedicated to providing supportive, nurturing environments with services designed specifically for each individual.
For older adults, maintaining independence is very important. At Volunteers of America, we provide housing for seniors who want to live independent lifestyles where they can thrive and age in place. Our senior residents deserve the quality of life that they desire, and our commitment to service-enriched housing offers them just that.
Service Coordinator programs are located within most of our senior housing communities and they enhance the quality of life for residents in our communities by enabling seniors to live independently and longer in their own homes and improve the quality of their lives by linking them with supportive services within the community.
Aging for seniors can be a complex experience and we strive to change this stigma by helping older Americans celebrate the joy of living by creating a sustained and trusted relationship with support systems that allow seniors to age at home – wherever that may be.
Senior Center and Meal Programs
Senior Centers provide an opportunity for seniors to come together as a group for services and activities that will enhance their dignity, support their independence and encourage their involvement in their community. Senior Centers offer a wide range of programs and activities for older adults, including meals, counseling, education, transportation, and health screening.
Volunteers of America also offers nutritious meals to older adults at community dining sites, as well as home-delivered meals and nutrition counseling. These programs intend to improve the dietary intake of seniors, providing one-third of the daily recommended nutritional requirements, and offering seniors an opportunity to form new friendships. A nourishing meal is just the beginning of our story. Senior CommUnity Meals is a dedicated team of staff and volunteers striving to help older adults live healthier lives. We provide nutritious meals at community sites, and home-deliver with Mom’s Meals offered with a generous helping of companionship.
“Volunteers of America owns and operates over 30 senior living and care communities throughout the United States and is dedicated to providing supportive, nurturing environments with services designed specifically for each individual.”
— Kimberly Black King, COO of VOA National Services (VOANS)
Assisted living is designed to allow you to maintain your highest levels of independence and health while enjoying an appealing place to call home. You choose when and how to receive health and personal care services with licensed nurses available to help manage assisted living care.
Senior Behavioral Health
Designed to meet older adults’ therapeutic needs, the goal of our inpatient behavioral health program is to overcome one’s current crisis, achieving personal growth in the process. Emotional and psychological health is addressed, as well as physical or medical issues. Individualized treatment programs are designed by our healthcare team in collaboration with each patient’s physician.
As our short-term rehab guest, you’ll find we share your goals as you work toward recovery after illness, injury, or hospitalization. You’ll experience Optimal Care, a specialty team approach to providing personalized therapy and health care that helps you regain target levels of strength, mobility, independence, and wellness.
Skilled Care Center
Choose one of our state-licensed skilled care centers when you require high levels of individualized health care and services. There, a specialist-led Optimal Care team of licensed nurses, certified nursing assistants, rehabilitation therapists, and other professionals rely on your input – and collaborates with your physician – to develop your plan of care and keep you your healthiest.
Home Health Services
Whether you need a higher level of care due to a change in your health, short-term assistance while recovering from an illness or hospital stay, or require help living with a disability or chronic disease, a home health services team of nurses, rehab therapists, and home health aides delivers care right in your residence.
Maintenance-free independent living leaves you more time to experience everything your senior living and care community has to offer, including an active social calendar of celebrations, stimulating programs, spiritual events, or quiet time at home.
Seniors who make their homes in our state-licensed skilled care centers receive high levels of individualized health and personal services within the comfort of inviting skilled healthcare community neighborhoods. Life enrichment, educational, and spiritual activities enhance the overall wellness of our residents.
The object of PACE is to provide a range of integrated, preventative, acute, and long-term care services to manage the often complex medical, functional, and social needs of the frail and the elderly. PACE was created to provide clients, families, caregivers, and professional healthcare providers the flexibility to meet a person’s health and everyday needs while continuing to live safely in the community.
Skilled Nursing Facility / Memory Care
Seniors who make their homes in our state-licensed skilled care centers receive high levels of individualized health and personal services within the comfort of inviting, skilled, healthcare community neighborhoods. Specially trained Optimal Care teams of licensed nurses, nursing assistants, rehabilitation therapists, and other professionals collaborate with each resident and physician to develop personalized care plans.