Volunteers of America Delaware Valley provides community-based assistance to populations in need
so that they can lead self-fulfilled, independent lives.
Volunteers of America Delaware Valley is committed to being:A national leader in identifying and providing for those in need; the most respected and influential human services organization; and a catalyst for transforming the lives and circumstances of individuals, families and communities.
In Philadelphia, March 8, 1896
1985 (Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Inc.)
406 total (292 full-time employees and 114 part-time employees)
759 providing 8,595 hours of service to Volunteers of America, with a value of $164,550.
Presently, we operate 44 separate programs serving persons who are experiencing homelessness, seeking permanent housing, struggling with addictive behavior, coping with chronic mental illness and developmental disabilities, returning to society from the criminal justice system, and dealing with domestic violence.
Programs are categorized as Community Housing and Supportive Services, Affordable Housing, Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Programs, Re-entry Services, Domestic Violence Programs and Volunteer Services.