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  • May 22, 2017

    Living Independently: Brothers find home with Volunteers of America

    Robert and Joseph, brothers with intellectual disabilities, have been living together with Volunteers of America for more than 25 years. Volunteers of America's Community Living Services stepped in when their mother could no longer care for them. Our Community Living Services Program offers persons with intellectual disabilities a chance to live independent, happy lives.

  • May 22, 2017

    Making a Home: How a little help allowed Charles to stay in his home

    Charles was like many older adults living on a fixed income. He needed help to make repairs to his home of more than 30 years, and Volunteers of America stepped to ensure that Charles could keep living a happy, safe life in his home.

  • May 23, 2016

    Clay's Story

    Clay is one of our many residents living in our Supported Living Services Program, which provides in-home support that allows people with disabilities to remain in their own home and build an independent life. Clay loves to paint, read and to be living in his own home. He works and his direct service provider helps him complete any daily tasks around his home.

For media inquiries contact Connie Ernst
Phone: 504-486-8667 or 504-390-2137 (cell)
cernst@voasela.org