Volunteers of America Mid-States creates positive change in the lives of individuals and communities through a ministry of service.
At Volunteers of America, our mission is to change lives.
Established in 1896, Volunteers of America Mid-States is one of the region’s oldest, largest and most diverse not-for-profit organizations. When we were founded, the common understanding of “volunteer” was someone who dedicated their life to helping others. That’s what we did in 1896, and that’s what we do today.
But a few things have changed. Today, our team of nearly 600 paid and trained professionals operates nearly fifty distinct human service programs in Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Clark and Floyd Counties in Indiana.
Our programs are diverse and address the urgent needs of our communities. We provide housing for families, veterans and low-income seniors. We provide substance use disorder recovery services for men and women Our Freedom House program is a national model for pregnant and parenting women overcoming substance use disorder. We provide care and support for individuals with developmental disabilities. We provide healing and accountability that brings people together with restorative justice. We provide free, convenient and confidential HIV testing and education.
For more information, please visit https://www.voamid.org/