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  • An Accessible Home & Peace of Mind: The Sowells' Story

    Health issues and a lack of home handicap access caused stress and isolation for Mr. Sowell. But thanks to a ramp built by Volunteers of America's Repairs on Wheels program, Mr. and Mrs. Sowell now enjoy greater mobility around their home and a better, safer standard of living.

  • Finding New Meaning & Purpose: Tom's Story

    After suffering serious injuries and losing his dream of pursuing a lifelong military career, Tom found himself struggling to hold on to his will to live. Volunteers of America's Crisis Response Program stepped in to help Tom regain a sense of meaning and purpose in his life.

  • The Lighthouse Program Is A Blessing

    Mother shares the importance of the Lighthouse Program to her son Corey.

  • Homeless Veterans Transitional Housing: Barry's Story of Hope

    Veteran Barry shares the story of how he found hope after homelessness thanks to Volunteers of America's Veterans Transitional Housing program.

  • A Helping Hand in a Time of Crisis: Torey's Story

    When Torey and her daughter faced a life-altering situation, Volunteers of America's Crisis Response Program was there to offer support during a difficult and confusing time.

  • A Place to Call Home: Mariann's Story

    When people living with developmental disabilities have nowhere else to turn, they can find support in Volunteers of America's Community Living Services program. Mariann did just that, and she even found a "family" among those who live and work at our Olympia group home.

  • Mentoring Children of Promise

    Programs across the country work to continue mentoring relationship with children of prisoners despite the loss of federal funding.