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  • LPGA Pro Golfer Cheyenne Woods Discusses Volunteers of America

    LPGA pro golfer, Cheyenne Woods, talks about how meaningful it is to have Volunteers of America as the title sponsor of the 2015 Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout.

  • Volunteers of America National President Mike King Discusses Moral Injury & Soul Repair

    Mike King, president and CEO of Volunteers of America, discusses moral injury and soul repair and their important relevance to the clients and work of Volunteers of America. Moral injury are hidden wounds of war and are separate from PTSD.

  • Helping More Than 2 Million People

    Our mission to help America’s most vulnerable was realized again this past year through the more than 2 million people we served. We recognize that in today’s world so many things seem uncertain. And yet, one thing that is certain is that Volunteers of America will be shining a light on America’s most vulnerable in every community it touches nationwide.

  • Specialized Training Employment Program

    With Volunteers of America Northern California and Northern Nevada’s Specialized Training Employment Program (STEP), employers can now hire with the assurance that pre-screened candidates have undergone specialized training to help ensure higher employee retention and reduced turnover.

  • Adolescent Treatment Services

    Each year Volunteers of America Alaska provides inpatient (ARCH) and outpatient (Assist) treatment services to over 600 adolescents and their families. Their programs offer chemically dependent adolescents the skills needed to eliminate their reliance on drugs and alcohol and the tools necessary to build and maintain strong, healthy futures.

  • Volunteers of America Co-founder Maud Booth—A Historical Role Model

    Volunteers of America co-founder Maud Booth's legacy continues today. A pioneer in women's rights, nonprofit leadership and prison reform, Maud serves as an example and reminder of the positive influence one individual can have on millions of others.

  • Volunteers of America Alaska Programs and Services

    Volunteers of America Alaska is a ministry of service committed to building healthy lifestyles by producing quality services and celebrating opportunities for people to experience the joy of serving others. They began providing residential substance abuse treatment for adolescents in 1981. Their services have grown to include programs that meet the needs of children, families and seniors.

  • Helping Veterans in Need

    Upon Danny's return home from serving our country, he found himself emotionally changed and facing the challenges that many other veterans do. At Hope Manor I, a home for veterans in Chicago, Danny is learning how to transition back into civilian life with the supportive care of Volunteers of America Illinois.

  • Affordable Housing for the Elderly

    Through their commitment to providing quality, affordable housing for seniors and adults with disabilities, Volunteers of America of Illinois provides a safe and supportive environment for these individuals who, with limited resources, are often forced to live in substandard and unsafe conditions.

  • Learn How Volunteers of America Chesapeake Helps the Homeless

    Volunteers of America Chesapeake offers care and compassion to individuals facing homelessness by providing people in need food to eat and a warm place to stay. Then they help them find permanent housing and give them the tools they need to lead successful lives.