Thank you to VOYCE’s Mental Wellness Navigator, Heather McDonnell, for providing the content and resources in this article. Learn more about VOYCE’s new Mental Wellness in Skilled Nursing program. May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Since one in five Americans will experience a mental illness this year, you likely know someone, or you are someone,…Read More →
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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
Thank you to Dr. Maurya D. Cockrell for contributing this guest post. Dr. Cockrell, a member of the VOYCE Board of Directors, is an established SDoH Solutionary from St. Louis, Missouri. She holds a BS in health management from Saint Louis University, with a minor in theological studies, an MA from Webster University in human…Read More →
Over the past year, people in long-term care have been more affected by COVID-19 than almost anyone else. From staff to residents to families, we have seen people pivot and completely change how they work, live, and communicate. Over the past few months, we have seen vaccines get distributed, and the Center for Disease Control…Read More →