The only constant in life is death and aging. No, it isn’t death and taxes. Taxes can be avoided, delayed, or eliminated, but not aging. From the day we arrive on this planet until we leave it, we age. A new parent can tell you that their newborn baby changes daily. Adults change too. Yet…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.
Join the Cause
Get involved with our mission through volunteering, events and donations.
Residents First Long-Term Care Conference Registration Now Open!
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. With our flexible volunteer opportunities, 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
Residents First Long-Term Care Conference
Every long-term care resident deserves to live a life of dignity with quality care while having their rights upheld. VOYCE’s in-person and online educational opportunities...
3545 Vista Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63104
Our Latest Updates
National Nurses Month: Celebrating the Personal Call of Nursing
“A nurse is not what you do. It is what you are…I am a nurse. It’s not what I do, it’s what I am”- Unknown I have been a nurse for over forty years, and I love it! It is who I am even though I have many other titles, Mom, Wife, Mama, Professor, Friend,…Read More →
Volunteers: the Heart of VOYCE
There’s a quote from Mr. Rogers that circulates around social media when a tragic event occurs. I have mentioned it before. “When I was a boy, and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people helping.’” I, like many others,…Read More →