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Mission Statement

The mission of People Who Care is to provide non-medical caring one-on-one volunteer assistance for adults in Prescott, Prescott Valley/Dewey and Chino Valley who are no longer able to drive due to health or aging issues. This allows individuals to continue living independently in their own homes and communities.

Description

Volunteers assist adults living in Prescott, Prescott Valley/Dewey and Chino Valley who are no longer able to drive due to medical or age-related issues.

Programs include:

Transportation to essential appointments
Assist with grocery shopping
Friendly visits and phone calls
Caregiver relief
Assist with personal paperwork
Minor home repairs
Home safety visits

Reviews

Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend People Who Care?

by Cheryl P. from Prescott Valley, AZ (December 10, 2018)
I began volunteering with People Who Care this past summer, and I highly recommend PWC to others. We help people who can no longer drive remain in their homes through a variety of free services, and the more volunteers we get, the more people we can serve. There is no specific time commitment, and the intrinsic rewards for lending a helping hand are great!
by Fritzi M. from Prescott, AZ (Administrator for this Organization) (April 2, 2013)
This volunteer organization does so much good for adults who can't drive so they can get to medical appts. and the grocery store. Some volunteers visit homebound adults. The group is so flexible! There's no guilt when you have to be gone for days or months. Great group and friendly too!