Stories

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  • Centerton Village Opens In Mount Laurel

    VOADV Hosts Ribbon Cutting To Celebrate Opening Of New Affordable Housing Community

    Centerton Village is a 103-unit affordable housing community at the intersection of Centerton Road and Marne Highway for income-qualified families and veterans.

  • Tri-County Navigational Resource Center Opens In Bridgeton

    The New Location Is In Partnership With Hopeloft And Will Serve Three Counties

    VOADV is partnering with Hopeloft to open a new location in Bridgeton, N.J. The office will be called the Tri-County Navigational Resource Center and will provide a variety of direct, essential social services for residents in need throughout the tri-county region of Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem counties.

  • Support The Dads In Our Programs While Celebrating Yours

    This Father's Day, Help Us Honor The Dads Laying Foundations For Independence

    While celebrating Dad this week, you can help support the fathers in our programs as we give them the tools to continue doing the hard work to build better lives for their families long after they have graduated from our programs.

  • Support Every Step Of The Way

    Community Members and Local Organizations Continue to Help VOADV Clients Along Their Journey

    Our clients greatly benefit from a kind, helping hand on their journey towards independence – and we are so grateful for the generous support we receive from members of the community and local organizations looking to make a difference!

  • Family Shelter Spotlight

    How VOADV Family Shelters Adapt To Serve The Ever-Changing Needs of Mothers and Families

    During the past year, Volunteers of America Delaware Valley witnessed firsthand the many challenges and struggles facing mothers and families. Learn more about how our family shelters adapted to meet the unique needs of the clients they serve.

  • Taking Our Immediate, Direct Services To The Community

    How Our Partnerships Are Creating Easier Access to Services For At-Risk Populations

    We were founded on the ideal of going wherever is needed and doing whatever is needed to serve – our community partnerships have made that possible as we work with local organizations, agencies, law enforcement and more provide diverse programs and specialized assistance to our communities’ most vulnerable populations.

  • What Is Casework Management?

    Hear from Three Of Our Case Managers About What It Means To Them

    Volunteers of America Delaware Valley relies on the compassion and dedication of nearly 400 employees that care for over 13,000 people each year. Despite the variety of programs, clients, and staff – case managers are the backbone of the agency and for many of the clients we serve, case managers help build the foundation in which clients are then able to lead self-fulfilled, independent lives.

  • VOA Celebrates Women’s History Month

    From Maud Booth To Staff Today, VOA Women Are Making A Difference

    The women of Volunteers of America Delaware Valley continue to exemplify our co-founder, Maud Booth's, legacy 125 years later as they serve their clients with passion and dedication. As we celebrate Women’s History Month and look back at Maud’s accomplishments, we are also highlighting just a few of the incredible women making a difference in our programs everyday.

  • Volunteers of America Turns 125

    125 Years of History and A Look Towards the Future

    125 years ago, Volunteers of America was founded with the pledge to “go wherever we are needed, and do whatever comes to hand.” As our society has developed, VOA has also creatively adapted and spearheaded much-needed change, often ahead of the times – just as in the creation of the organization 125 years ago.

  • Safe Return Awarded Grant from NJDCA to Expand Services

    VOADV to Provide Immediate, Direct Services to a Greater Number of Individuals in Need

    Providing immediate, direct services and much-needed stability, Safe Return has assisted more than 6,000 individuals since its inception in 2015 – and our impact and outreach is now expanding. Thanks to a generous grant from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA), Safe Return is poised for growth and will be able to assist an even greater number of individuals in need.