Neighbors Care Alliance (NCA)

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Interested in your immediate neighborhood? The Neighbors Care Alliance assists neighborhoods and faith communities in creating or strengthening volunteer programs whose goal is to help seniors remain in their own homes for as long as possible through the support of their “neighbors.” Each program is independent and sets its own policies. Services will vary by program and are of a type that are natural for neighbors to do for each other, such as rides to and from medical appointments and shopping, friendly visits, and help with errands.

Do you want to help? We can help you join an active program or take a leadership role and start a new group. Call Volunteer Services at (520) 546-2002.

Do you need help? Call PCOA’s Helpline at (520) 790-7262.


Neighbors Care Alliance (NCA):  

View the Neighbors Care Alliance flyer in English and en Español.

Description of Services

Neighbors Care Program Partners & Supporters

An Open Invitation to NCA Monthly Meetings

Alliance Benefits

The Neighbors Care Alliance assists neighborhoods and faith communities in creating or strengthening volunteer programs whose goal is to help seniors remain in their own homes for as long as possible through the support of their “neighbors.” Each program is independent and sets its own policies. Services will vary by program and are of a type that are natural for neighbors to do for each other, such as rides to and from medical appointments and shopping, friendly visits, and help with errands.

Do you want to help? We can help you join an active program or take a leadership role and start a new group. Call Volunteer Services at (520) 305-3414.

Do you need help? Call PCOA’s Helpline at (520) 790-7262.

Upcoming Events

Meals and Nutrition Information

Ongoing – Getting enough to eat? Want to make new friends while getting a quality meal? Need an affordable meal on a tight budget? Visit the Meals and Nutrition area of our website for information on PCOA’s vast nutrition services!

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