Value Care Centers

Value Care Centers (VCC), a unique, Value-centered organization developed and designed in direct response to the emerging health and wellness needs of certain client populations, including senior adults (65+), disabled adults (19-64) and Veterans. Our intake center will assess client needs, assign a case manager and refer clients to programs and services that will assist them in achieving their desired outcomes. VCC will collaborate with a network of organizations that will be tailored to the needs of our client population. In conjunction with meeting the basic needs of the individuals, we will also provide educational, vocational, and employment opportunities. VCC is destined to be the founders’ legacy contribution to the various communities and a reflection of their commitment to bettering the lives of disenfranchised human beings all over the globe. Through resources, we offer revitalization. Our hope is to partner with all stakeholders, the community and its business professionals on this road to better quality of life individuals and restoration and revitalization for communities.

Our Mission

Value Care Centers (VCC), a unique, Value-centered organization developed and designed in direct response to the emerging health and wellness needs of certain client populations, including senior adults (65+), disabled adults (19-64) and Veterans. VCC will collaborate with a network of organizations that will be tailored to the needs of our client population. In conjunction with meeting the basic needs of the individuals, we will also provide educational, vocational, and employment opportunities.

Housing Program

Our program offers an opportunity for long-term housing. Most shelters only offer 30 days or less of housing whereas VCC offers two years. Counseling services will be made available to residents. The facility provides residents with a four-step program that teaches them necessary life skills. This collaborative approach to empowerment is the keystone to developing self-sufficiency in the residents. The steps include personal development, vocational training, PTSD and trauma-based counseling, substance abuse counseling, interpersonal skills building, community/civic involvement, leisure activities, and independent living skills.