Volunteers of America's unique 118-year legacy of expertise in restoring the health of America’s hardest-to-treat populations, coupled with our pioneering and intensive use of today’s best-practice model of community-based care coordination, make our behavioral health programs among the nation’s most effective across all income levels
Our programs promise brighter futures to people with persistent, serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia and clinical depression, as well as less serious, non-chronic psychiatric issues treated in outpatient settings.
Our skilled and compassionate professionals help people emerge from alcoholism, drug addiction, chemical dependency and abuse of prescription drugs.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
We offer many effective types of support and watch with joy as people with intellectual or developmental disabilities become productive and fulfilled members of their families and communities—with much to offer all of us.
That’s why we provide innovative results-driven behavioral health services…and so much more.
For 120 years, we have pioneered community-based high-quality, integrated models of care and services that strive to meet the needs of the whole person, family and community.
Long before the Affordable Care Act and today’s consensus that health care solutions must be community-based, our coordinated care model involved working closely with community provider-partners to address the full range of each person’s needs.
Our legacy of service shows this is the only way to deeply and permanently transform lives. Implemented with compassion and respect, our integrated care approach is enabling us to effectively help America’s “hardest to treat,” as well as all others we touch.
Every day, our army of professionals in 46 states uses its unique expertise to create greater wellness for thousands of individuals, families and communities, rebuilding lives and restoring hope.
As a mainstream provider of top-quality behavioral health services for all individuals in need, Volunteers of America's Behavioral Health Services offers special expertise due to our unique legacy - for over a century, we have led the nation in successfully treating the most challenging behavioral health needs of America’s most underserved citizens.
Individuals and Families
We provide a wide range of high-quality mental health and substance use disorder treatment programs. You (or your loved one) can count on receiving confidential services from skilled and compassionate behavioral health professionals drawing on over a century of service, who believe in your ability to recover and are dedicated to helping you live as independently as possible.