Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Providing Meaningful Support to Elderly and Disabled Residents in Jefferson County, WV
Supporting Our Community
Our goal is to provide non-medical, neighborly assistance and companionship through caring volunteers from faith congregations and the wider community – ultimately enriching the lives of all. Learn More
Seniors are valuable members of our community and have much wisdom and experience to offer. We want them to thrive, not just survive, and are committed to making available access to basic needs, such as food, medical care, preventative care, transportation, and maintain healthy connections regardless of family, social, or economic circumstances. Their safety and well-being is our concern.
Paula Marrone-Reese, Good Shepherd Caregivers
We know that COVID-19 has created challenges for members of our community. If you need to request special assistance, please use the form at right. Someone from our team will get back with you as soon as possible.
Request COVID-19 Related Services
A Neighbor’s Independence Depends On YOU
What We Do
Requested services are provided by Good Shepherd. We match clients with a volunteer who is available to meet the need at the requested time.
- Friendly in-person visits or phone calls;
- Reading aloud;
- Minor home repairs;
- Grocery runs;
- Medical equipment lending, such as wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, and more;
- Transportation to medical and non-medical appointments.
Don’t see your request listed? Contact us, and let’s discuss your need! We may be aware of a resource to assist you.
Support Our Mission
Our services are funded by donations by neighbors like you. If you would like to support us and your elderly or disabled neighbors, consider making a Donation today!