Stories

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  • Stacey's New Home

    Overcoming Addiction and Homelessness

    Stacey was about to leave the VA Domiciliary and find himself living on the streets once more. With VOA's help, he now has a safe place to live as he continues to work towards the life he wants to live.

  • A Veteran and His Dog

    From Instability to a Happy Home

    Mark and Deacon had not eaten for a week when they came to VOA. Now, they have stable food, shelter, transportation, and income.

  • A History of Re-Entry

    Maud Ballington Booth's Legacy

    Co-founder Maud Ballington Booth was committed to helping previously incarcerated individuals transition back into society. We continue that work at Booth Hall in Gillette, WY.

  • Starting over at 72 - From a Tent to an Apartment.

    Ruth's Story of Strength, Bravery, and Hope.

    Ruth left her abusive husband. She had nothing but an old car and a tent from the dumpster. Now, she has an apartment and a community.

  • Amelia's Journey

    Heartbreaking loss, homelessness, and a house fire.

    The struggles seemed never-ending, but with VOA's help, Amelia and her daughter's have been safe and housed through them all.

  • Meet Adam Greenwell

    A constituent member with the ministry at Volunteers of America.

    A Veteran and ministry leader, Adam is a constituent member with Volunteers of America who works frequently with Veterans and Moral Injury.

  • Christina's Second Chance

    Hope and Healing at The Gathering Place

    Christina came to VOA because she was facing prison time for her involvement with drugs. She found hope, healing, and God, in our recovery program.

  • Wildlife Art

    Ten year resident of Aspen Grove, Paulette, brings local fauna to life in her art.

  • Cooking for Friends

    Florence is always sharing her delicious home cooked food with other Bell Park Tower residents and staff.

  • A Day for Cleaning

    Hard-working volunteers from Phillips 66 transformed landscaping at Aspen Grove.