The Center for Volunteer Caregiving
The Center for Volunteer Caregiving is a private, nonprofit, faith based organization formed in 1992. Its mission is to engage the community in providing volunteer services to improve the lives of seniors, caregivers, and adults with disabilities.
A Care Receiver must be:
- A resident of Wake County, living at home (not in a long term care facility); and
- Aged 60 or above with economic or social needs that put them at risk of compromised health or institutional placement; or
- Aged between 18-60 with a chronic health issue or disability that puts them at risk of compromised health or institutional placement.
The Center typically serves Care Receivers with long-term, ongoing needs for volunteer support in order to help them live at home as long as possible. Individuals with short term, acute needs can be served for a few weeks, pending volunteer availability and if The Center’s established priorities are met.
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