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June 14, 2024  Community Care Corps (C3) Program Impact and Alignment with National Strategy to Support Family Caregivers Report
The Community Care Corps program (C3), funded by the Administration for Community Living (ACL), is a national program that awards grant funding to individual organizations that implement innovative local models in which volunteers assist family caregivers, older adults, and adults with disabilities with nonmedical care to maintain their independence. C3 has helped 6,276 family caregivers with the various stresses of caregiving, as well as impacting 21,707 families caring for older adults and 2,319 families caring for adults with disabilities . It has a lasting impact not just on the families and individuals served, allowing them to maintain their independence and live with dignity in their home and community, but also on those who serve their community as volunteers through emotional satisfaction and exploration of potential career options. It plays a critical role in realizing federal priorities to support family caregivers, most notably the 2022 National Strategy to Support Family CaregiversRead the Full Report...


April 22, 2024 Press Release
This year’s National Volunteer Week, April 21-27, is an opportunity to raise awareness about the many benefits of volunteering and the importance of supporting these initiatives. The Oasis Institute and its partners Altarum, Caregiver Action Network, and USAging entered into a cooperative agreement with the Administration for Community Living (ACL) to develop a new informative tool for designing and implementing nonmedical volunteer programs to assist family caregivers, older adults, and adults with disabilities to maintain independence.. Read More...

September 5, 2023 Press Release
Community Care Corps is pleased to announce the funding of thirty new innovative local models across the
country helping family caregivers, older adults, and adults with disabilities using volunteer nonmedical
assistance to maintain independence in their own homes.
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May 8, 2023 Press Release
Community Care Corps has announced a new Request for Proposals (RFP) for innovative local models in which volunteers assist family caregivers, older adults, or adults with disabilities with nonmedical care to maintain their independence. The RFP is now available for review. Read More...

September 6, 2022 Press Release
Community Care Corps is pleased to announce the funding of innovative local models across the country using volunteers to help family caregivers, older adults, and adults with disabilities with non-medical assistance to maintain independence in their own homes. Read More...

May 9, 2022 Press Release
Community Care Corps Issues Request for Proposals: Grants to Be Awarded for Innovative Models Using Volunteers to Assist Family Caregivers, Older Adults, or Adults with Disabilities. Read More...

September 7, 2021 Press Release
Community Care Corps is pleased to announce the funding of innovative local models nationwide using volunteers to help family caregivers, older adults, and persons with disabilities with non-medical services to maintain independence in their own homes. Read More...

July 7, 2020 Press Release
Community Care Corps Funds Volunteer Programs to Aid Struggling Caregivers, Older Adults, and Persons with Disabilities. Read More...

July 8, 2020 Scripps National News Feature Video

April 27, 2021 Press Release
Community Care Corps, in a cooperative agreement with the Administration for Community Living (ACL), is pleased to announce that funding will be available for a new round of grants. Community Care Corps will send out application information as soon as it is available.
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