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Kelly's story, part of Annual Report

Kelly’s intellectual disability doesn’t dim her interest in others and it didn’t diminish her eligibility this year to receive a life-saving kidney transplant.

Kelly lives at our Armour House, one of the 11 residential care homes we operate in Wisconsin for people with a mental illness or developmental disability. Kelly’s care is one of the stories we tell in our annual Report to the Community, hot off the press.

The report was mailed to our friends and supporters, and also is featured here on our brand new website, which is dedicated to our clients and participants, and the facilities where they live, work and serve.

“This new website is our new digital front door,” said President and CEO Paula Hart. “The site is easier to navigate, more visually appealing and easier to maintain than our current sites. We hope our clients and friends will appreciate our stories, told in a more clear and colorful way.” 

The site is accessible from either or It features 153 new landing pages, nearly 100 documents and more than 200 photos of our services in Minnesota and Wisconsin.  

Our new site is consistent with the recently launched national Volunteers of America website. We hope you will explore areas that interest you at both of these locations