October is Residents’ Rights Month! This month, we are raising awareness of the core rights that every long-term care resident is entitled to receive. Residents’ rights are guaranteed by the federal 1987 Nursing Home Reform Law. The law requires long-term care communities such as skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and residential care facilities to…Read More →
Get to know our team and why we're so passionate about what we do.
Our approach is geared toward helping people in long-term care and their loved ones.
Where We Work
We help those in long-term care facilities across St. Louis and northeast Missouri.
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Get involved with our mission through volunteering, events and donations.
Empowering and Educating
We serve 21 counties by offering free assistance to individuals and families seeking long-term care. We also provide advocacy services to those currently living in long-term care communities. Discover why Jerry spends his time as a VOYCE volunteer!See Our Impact
Our generous supporters have helped us expand our offerings to help more people in need, but there’s still more work to be done. Will you pitch in to help those in long-term care and their loved ones?Support Our Mission
Have a little spare time? Use it to help out at one of our long-term care facilities as an Ombudsman. You’ll leave feeling fulfilled with the knowledge that you made a difference in someone's life.Get Involved
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Did VOYCE help you or your loved one? Did you utilize one of our programs and it helped you navigate long-term care? We want to hear from you! Share your story with us.Submit Your Story
Program Information: While older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) adults confront the same issues everyone else does when choosing aging services, the reality of life...
September 21st is World Alzheimer’s Day. The aim of World Alzheimer’s Day is to raise awareness of the disease, common symptoms, and risk factors. Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain condition that gradually deteriorates memory and cognitive abilities, among other things. It is the most frequent cause of dementia in older individuals. It is also…Read More →
Planning for the end of life is essential to ensure that our requests are respected and legally protected. It’s important to learn about the legal documents to have in place to ensure our end-of-life wishes are respected and protected. As we journey towards the end of life this can contribute towards peace of mind and…Read More →