Helping America's Most Vulnerable

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reaching our most vulnerable neighbors

Volunteer
How we reach our most vulnerable neighbors and provide them with the assistance they need to become as self-sufficient as possible

Volunteers of America is a national non-profit with branches throughout the United States. Each branch is unique because the staff understands the existing needs within its geography. This is how we reach our most vulnerable neighbors and provide them with the assistance they need to become as self-sufficient as possible. We recognize the senior who needs assistance with her grocery shopping in Fort Collins and the student who has never been to camp before. We support Denver's homeless female veterans who have been under-served and prepare preschoolers to be successful in elementary school. This is how Volunteers of America remains a vital component within every community, understanding Coloradoans and matching helping hands through vital programs.

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    Head Start

    The Head Start Program is a federally-funded comprehensive preschool program for children ages 3-5 years old and their families. There is no charge for the program, but families must meet income guidelines in order to participate.

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    Meals on Wheels

    Volunteers of America's Meals on Wheels Program serves Adams, Arapahoe, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin, Jefferson and Larimer counties.

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    Healthy Aging Wellness Classes

    The Healthy Aging Department promotes nutrition education, regular physical activity, and self-management skills to empower seniors to take control of their health, improve their quality of life and maintain their independence.

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    Handyman Services

    The Safety of Seniors Handyman Program provides the services necessary to enhance the quality of life for limited-income senior homeowners age 60 and older residing in Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties.

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    Foster Grandparent Program

    Foster Grandparents are 55 or older, live on fixed incomes (income under $22,980 for a single person household or under $31,020 for a couple) and enjoy working with children.

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    Retired and Senior Volunteer Program

    The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program’s mission is to assist volunteers age 55 and over find meaningful volunteer opportunities in which they can share their experience, abilities and skills for the betterment of their community and themselves.

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    Youth and Housing Support

    The Youth Transitions Program (YTP) and Housing For Young Mothers (HYM) are supportive housing programs that provide rental assistance to homeless youth and young mothers for a period of 18 months.

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    Congregate Dining Centers

    Volunteers of America's Seniors’ Nutrition Program provides nutritious meals, access to community resources and positive social interaction at Congregate Dining Centers.

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    Camp POSTCARD

    Camp POSTCARD is a free week-long camp that establishes positive bonds between the youth and law enforcement.

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    people received Volunteers of America services in Colorado last year