Helping America's most vulnerable®

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  • July 20, 2018

    Learn How we Helped a Young Man with Intellectual Disabilities Thrive

    With the help of Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana, Clay, born with special needs and intellectual disabilities, has thrived living independently and finding a job at a hotel. Listen to his remarkable story as told lovingly by his brother Blair.

  • May 17, 2018

    Sung-hyun Park Wins The 2018 Volunteers of America LPGA Texas Classic

    Sung-hyun Park won The 2018 Volunteers of America LPGA Texas Classic Tournament and received the Kathy Whitworth Trophy from Ms. Whitworth herself. Volunteers of America — proud host of the LPGA Texas Classic — helps America's most vulnerable lead healthy, safe, and productive lives.

  • April 6, 2018

    Volunteers of America's 2017 Annual Report

    Volunteers of America recognizes the fine lines that often separate us as a people, but together with you, we are erasing those lines. We are growing our diverse family that welcomes and includes all people, meeting them where they are. Watch our annual report video to learn more how, in 2017, we helped more than 1 million people.

  • March 1, 2018

    122 Years of Helping Those in Need

    Since 1896, Volunteers of America has been helping America's most vulnerable men, women and children. And 122 years later, we have almost 16,000 paid, professional employees dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives. Learn more about our name and what “volunteer” meant back in 1896 when we were founded.

  • October 13, 2017

    Moral Injury and Collective Healing

    The emerging issue of moral injury has been most often associated with returning military personnel. However, Volunteers of America believes this construct extends beyond the military setting, requiring more investigation into how to identify and treat moral injury among diverse populations.

  • October 12, 2017

    Dr. William Nash Discusses Moral Injury Beyond the Military Context

    The emerging issue of moral injury has been most often associated with returning military personnel. However, Volunteers of America believes this construct extends beyond the military setting, requiring more investigation into how to identify and treat moral injury among diverse populations. This video highlights an interview with Dr. William P. Nash, speaking on the subject.

  • September 6, 2017

    Volunteers of America CEO Speaks to the Personal Side of Moral Injury

    Volunteers of America CEO Mike King provides a history of the term "moral injury" and speaks about his personal experience with caregiver moral injury when his mother suffered from Alzheimers and his father's experiences in WWII.

  • July 31, 2017

    Ex-Offender Mentoring: Training Volunteers to Serve as Mentors in MN

    ​Amicus Ex-offender Mentoring, recently merged with Volunteers of America Minnesota and Wisconsin, has been training volunteers to serve as mentors for individual inmates across Minnesota for nearly 50 years. By visiting, writing, and listening to their One to One matches, our volunteers have helped thousands of ex-offenders successfully transition back into society.

  • March 14, 2017

    Celebrating 122 Years of Service

    This year, we are proud to mark our 122nd anniversary. Founded in 1896 by Ballington and Maud Booth, today our programs reflect the changing times, addressing some of our nation's most pressing and complex needs. Learn more about the work we do across the country.

  • February 14, 2017

    Award-Winning Childhood Education Programs

    Volunteers of America Colorado Branch offers high quality early childhood education to students 3 to 5 years old. They are proud to provide the best environment for children to learn and have received a 4-Star Colorado Shines Rating.