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Dedicated to Creating the Choice of Independent Living Through Volunteer Caregiving

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Connecting volunteers to seniors in need.

Member Education & Resources

Helping Caregiver Organizations Become Their Best

How can you help?

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NVCN has entered into an agreement with Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey (CVCJ) to distribute their Trademarked Therapy Dog Program to NVCN affiliate members.

For a small initial and annual fee affiliate members will receive the right to utilize the Caregiver Canines®Trademark as well as training, mentoring, and tips for successfully incorporating the program into existing services.

Caregiver Canines® has been bringing joy and companionship to the Homebound since 2009. And to Volunteer Caregiving Organizations CCP brings new volunteers, new sources of revenue, and new marketing strategies.

"You should consider bringing Caregiver Canines® to your community, you'll be glad you did!"

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Volunteer Caregiving 
Try it, You'll Like It!

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Volunteer Caregiver

Orientation Training

Training is available here for our members -Click Here.

OUR SPONSORS

  • McCoys
  • Seton Medical Center - Hays
  • Ride Scheduler
  • Hope Hospice
  • Assisted Rides

National Volunteer Caregiving Network

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Our mission is to create independent living through the advocacy, support, and development of local volunteer caregiving programs.

  • Everybody should have the choice of independent living in their home of choice.
  • We are responsive to individuals, groups, and communities with hopes that someday this vision will become a reality.


Your tax deductible donation helps seniors to live, with dignity, where they are most comfortable - in their own homes. Learn more.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation originally funded over 1700 Interfaith Volunteer Caregiving Programs.