Who We Are
From feeding seniors who are homebound and hungry, to helping a terminally ill patient and their family deal with life’s final journey – VNA is there. For more than 80 years, VNA has responded to evolving community health needs with innovative client and patient services.
Studies show that keeping seniors in their home helps them live longer, happier, more vibrant lives. That is exactly what VNA does. Established in 1934, VNA is a nonprofit organization that helps our elderly neighbors and loved ones maintain their independence by providing the services that allow them to age where they are happiest and most comfortable – at home.
Rather than being forced to move to a hospital or strange new place, VNA provides meals and hospice in the home, where seniors and disabled adults feel safer, happier, and more comfortable.
With 10,000 Baby Boomers turning 65 every day, our aging population is growing and expanding like never before. Everyday, more and more members of our community need help aging with dignity ... VNA is here to help:
When traditional treatments no longer offer the hope of a cure, a person deserves to face a final illness with dignity and peace. That's the role of VNA Hospice Care. Learn more …
Meals on Wheels
All around us are seniors in desperate need of nutritious meals and human contact. VNA volunteers and staff work through the Meals on Wheels program to serve qualified homebound seniors and disabled adults, helping them remain in their homes with dignity and independence. Learn more …
Knowledge is power. Our Aging Resources section has valuable information and links to some of the most respected sources of information about aging, health and wellness. Learn more …