Help the economically vulnerable veterans, seniors, youth aging out of foster care, disabled and homeless individuals in the very low, low to moderate income area of our region achieve financial literacy, attain housing stability and or homeownership, participate in the American dream, and contribute to more stable, vital neighborhoods. To create this transition, we offer advocacy, education, counseling, and work to increase the availability of safe, decent, affordable housing.
A village is a network of neighbors helping neighbors- we are a local community-based nonprofit that helps older adults age-in-place by providing support services, resources, and social and educational programs - all through a robust volunteer network.
At Arlington Neighborhood Village (ANV), our mission is to provide the help that seniors need to continue living in their own homes - safely, independently, and with an enhanced quality of life.
ARTS by the People is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to establish, operate, promote, and conduct educational programs, opportunities, classes, and sessions in the creative arts for the public, especially senior citizens and youth.
Started by and for our community in 1981, Benevilla enriches lives of community residents by serving older adults, adults with disabilities, children and the families who care for them in Phoenix Metro's West Valley.
Agency: To reduce poverty by providing services and developing resources with partnering agencies to help meet basic needs to improve the lives of the elderly, disabled, and/or low income people in the community.
SMiles program: To improve quality of life and independence of non-drivers over the age of 60.
Bristol Hospice Foundation of CA (formerly Optimal Hospice Foundation)
Bristol Hospice Foundation of CA is a non-profit organization established to commit its resources to activities which are intended to ensure hospice care & other compassionate programs are available for families facing a life-limiting illness with particular emphasis on the underinsured/uninsured.
CAPTAIN Community Human Services Care Links Program
CAPTAIN Community Human Services supports and empowers people of all ages to reach their goals of personal growth and self-sufficiency. We strengthen communities.
As a volunteer-driven organization, CAPTAIN CHS strives to be a recognized leader in finding effective solutions to social issues in the communities we serve.
Care Links mission is to recruit and train volunteers to provide non-medical support services to community residents 60 years and over to help them age in place.
Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound (CASA) of Madison County
CASA's mission is "to enable the aging and home bound to live at home independently, safely, and with dignity.". "Aging" is defined as 60 years or older, and there is no age restriction for those who are wheelchair or home bound. All of our services are provided at no cost to the client.