Established in 1896, Volunteers of America Mid-States is one of the region's oldest, largest, and most diverse not-for-profit businesses. Today, we offer more than 40 distinct human service programs in Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Clark and Floyd Counties in Southern Indiana. Our programs are focused on housing for families, veterans, and low-income seniors; addiction recovery services for men and women; care and support for individuals with developmental disabilities; and HIV testing and education.
Each program, regardless of its focus, labors under the shared agency mission to create positive change in the lives of individuals and communities through a ministry of service. Last year, we reached more than 20,000 people through our services.
Working in partnership with government agencies, businesses, individuals, local faith congregations, and other non-profit organizations — and supported by thousands of individual donors and volunteers — we address the most pressing social needs in the communities we serve.
Programs are funded through a diverse array of funding streams, including federal, state, and local grants and contracts; private foundations; and public contributions. In Fiscal Year 2015, nearly 83 cents of every dollar was spent on direct services.
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