A vital segment of one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive human services organizations, Volunteers of America National Services senior living and care communities are warm, welcoming environments, trusted and called home by thousands of older adults across the United States.
Distinctive apartment homes and thoughtfully designed, intimate care neighborhoods offer a selection of living choices enhanced by an array of amenities. Our many continuum-of-care communities provide a range of expertly delivered health care options. These conveniently arranged campuses allow the peace of mind that comes from knowing a change in health care needs won’t mean a change in address.
Life is special for residents, family and staff at our senior living and care communities. Relationships are nurtured, and a family-and-community culture is encouraged. At Volunteers of America National Services, we’re a ministry of service, dedicated to measuring our success in positive change in the lives of the individuals we serve.
Go wherever we are needed and do whatever comes to hand.
This was the pledge made by Ballington and Maud Booth when they founded Volunteers of America National Services in 1896. These words still define us as we continue our legacy of responding to the needs of those who are vulnerable. For older adults and others coping with illness or injury, we offer a continuum of services. We provide long-term care, assisted living, memory support, respite care, rehabilitation therapy and more — within appealing, comfortable senior living communities
Volunteers of America National Services is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization of nearly 16,000 paid, professional employees. In addition to helping older adults achieve their highest levels of health and independence in our senior living and care communities, we’re dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential.
Each year Volunteers of America’s National Service’s ministry of service touches the lives of more than 1.4 million people in over 400 communities in 46 states as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Since 1896, we have supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including veterans, at-risk youth, men and women returning from prison, homeless individuals and families, people with disabilities and those recovering from addictions.
I have one resident I play chess with because he loves it and can’t find someone to play with.
My favorite part about working here is the residents. We talk. They’re so happy to see me. I’m proud to work here. It’s like my dream.
Mom’s very happy here. Her words are always, ‘these are the nicest people’.
Whether you’re just starting out, or are experienced and seeking new opportunities, we invite you to explore a rewarding career among supportive team members in a friendly, caring environment.