Glen Campbell's Goodbye Tour - A Moving Account of Alzheimer's. As part of its ongoing work with people with Alzheimer’s and their families and caregivers, Volunteers of America is supporting the documentary feature film, “I’ll Be Me,” chronicling Glen Campbell’s Goodbye Tour.
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News at Volunteers of America Greater Ohio
Providing a Voice for Veterans Since WWI. We are committed to ending homelessness for those veterans on the street and preventing others from becoming homeless by providing well-designed and managed services to meet their needs. Every night, we give veterans emergency shelter and, when they are ready, provide transitional and even permanent housing.
Some Resolutions Are Easy To Keep. It’s a new year, filled with promise and possibility. But for a hungry child, it’s just another winter with not enough to eat. Please don’t wait any longer to make a big difference in 2015. Resolve to help our hungry and hurting neighbors and set up your monthly gift today. You can rest easy, knowing that your next tax-deductible gift is already on the way.
October 21, 2020
Volunteers of America opens family-focused addiction treatment center for pregnant women and mothers in Columbus, IN
Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana announces the opening of its newest Fresh Start Recovery Center in Columbus, IN. The 25-bed family-focused residential facility provides addiction treatment for pregnant women and mothers with up to two children under the age of five.
September 21, 2020
Volunteers of America Recognized For Outstanding Service To Veterans by Ohiomeansjobs Cincinnati – Hamilton County
Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana was recognized for its outstanding service to military veterans in the Cincinnati area by OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati – Hamilton County. As a long-standing partner with OhioMeansJobs, Volunteers of America provides targeted employment services to assist in reintegrating homeless veterans into meaningful employment within the labor force.
September 1, 2020
In his role as COO, Roberts will oversee all human services programs including those for military veterans experiencing homelessness, men and women with criminal justice involvement, individuals and families experiencing a housing crisis, and individuals with behavioral health needs, across the two-state organization.