Volunteers Of America Massachusetts Is Commited To Local Seniors
Volunteers of America Massachusetts (VOA MA) has been supporting seniors with specialized services and programs for over 75 years. The nonprofit organization continues to fulfill its commitment to local seniors by providing top quality independent living, assisted living and dementia care.
- Concord Park Senior Living in West Concord, MA, which opened in 2001, is the organization's first senior community in Massachusetts offering independent living, assisted living and dementia care.
- Nashoba Park Assisted Living in Ayer, MA, with over 50 percent of its apartments available to low and moderate-income seniors, reinforces VOA’s mission to help seniors live comfortably in their community.
- Forestdale Park Senior Living in Malden is under construction with plans to move in its first residents in early 2018. This community will offer Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support as well as a few Independent Living Apartments.
These residences, rooted in their communities, have a solid reputation among residents, their families and local eldercare professionals for delivering compassionate care and a wide array of services and amenities.
More Great Work From Volunteers of America Massachusetts
In addition to senior housing, Volunteers of America Massachusetts provides services to veterans and adults in recovery from substance abuse, those in need of mental health treatment, and offenders reentering the community. They are doing so much in our state to help end homelessness, rebuild lives and strengthen communities. Learn more about the specific programs and services they bring to our greater communities.
Volunteers of America Massachusetts is the chartered local affiliate of the National Volunteers of America Organization. Founded in 1896, VOA is the nation’s largest nonprofit provider of quality affordable housing, and among the nation’s largest nonprofit providers of Assisted Living and skilled long-term nursing.
Visit the Volunteers of America Massachusetts web site for more information, including how you can support the organization's local Massachusetts' programs as a volunteer or donor.