Upcoming Volunteer  Orientations

Wed. December 19

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Volunteers Touching Lives, 
Lifting Spirits
505 W. Gurley Street, Prescott, AZ  86301

 (928) 445-2480
ppwc@cableone.net


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NEED HELP?

CALL THE PROGRAM OFFICE IN YOUR COMMUNITY TO SPEAK WITH A PROGRAM MANAGER

Volunteers provide non medical assistance with:

PRESCOTT
     Nancy Reynolds, Program Manager
     505 W. Gurley Street - Campus of the Prescott         United Methodist Church
   928-445-2480
ppwc@cableone.net

PRESCOTT VALLEY/DEWEY
     Sallie Stewart, Program Manager
8098 E. Valley Road #C, Prescott Valley
     928-925-3066
          prescottvalleypwc@gmail.com    

CHINO VALLEY
     Marie Bernardo, Program Manager
735 East Road 1, Campus of the Chino Valley United Methodist Church
    Phone 928-636-3295
     cvpwc1@gmail.com 
  • Rides to essential appointments
  • Grocery shopping
  • Personal Paperwork
  • Neighborly Visits
  • Reassuring Phone Calls
  • Home Safety
  • Emergency Call Units
Enrollment Criteria
  • Reside in Chino Valley, Prescott, Prescott Valley or Dewey
  • Adults - Minimum age of 18
  • Single or Couple living on their own
      Unable to drive
  • Currently living independently (there are exceptions)
  • Family or Community Support Network is limited or not available

The enrollment process includes both a phone interview and a home visit by one of our volunteer Intake Coordinators. There is never any charge for the assistance provided. 
Click the tab on the top of the page for information about the program outreach in Chino Valley, Prescott or Prescott Valley/Dewey.


HOME SAFETY VISITS

Project Safe Home is a program for clients currently enrolled in Peole Who Care.  The purpose is to prevent accidents by checking for potential hazards such as fall risks in the home.
     During the visit, free safety items and devices are provided as needed and appropriate.  There is no charge for the safety visit or the items.

CONFIDENT LIVING WITH LOW VISION COURSE


Click on the Community Education & Support Tab at the top of the page for information.


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Together we build strong communities.
  1. Grocery shopping trips
    Grocery shopping trips
    Door through the door grocery shopping with Neighbors
  2. Personal correspondence
    Personal correspondence
    Volunteers helping Neighbors with bill paying and correspondence
  3. Out in the community
    Out in the community
    Neighbors stay connected with community resources with the help of volunteers