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Volunteers serve "care partners" in their homes or at the congregation's campus.
Interfaith CarePartners helps congregations form and equip teams of caring volunteers that provide assistance to individuals and families whose welfare and well-being are challenged by chronic illness or disability. We help these Care Team® members to serve our “partners” either in their homes or at the congregation’s campus, and support their efforts with professional educators, facilitators and resources. We consider it our privilege to equip and serve those who hear a call to love and serve others.
Interfaith CarePartners offers programs for those who need care, and for their primary caregivers. Our Care Team® projects are dedicated to care for special populations: those living with HIV/AIDS, those with Alzheimer’s disease or a dementia, families of children with disabilities, and aging adults or those with physical disabilities.
For primary caregivers, we offer monthly caregiver support groups facilitated by mental health professionals and seasoned caregivers, and conferences designed to equip caregivers for the demands they face.
Do you have a question about any of our services, or how to access them? Let us help you. Contact us by phone or e-mail, and an Interfaith CarePartners staff member will be pleased to discuss your needs or interest.
Our professional staff have a wealth of knowledge and wisdom to share. Check with us to see how they might serve you as speakers at your next congregational program, community event or at conferences.
“Common Ground leaders are skilled professionals, and have a wonderful way of making everyone feel their stories or questions are important. Meeting with people who are experiencing like challenges is extremely comforting. You realize that you are not alone and there are resources for help.”
Common Ground Participant