Resources for Seniors works closely with many agencies and businesses. In addition to the major partners listed below, RFS is part of the network of aging services providers in Wake County and counts on many other entities for collaborative efforts to serve Wake County older adults and adults with disabilities.
From its inception, RFS has provided leadership and support for the GOLD Coalition, a public-private working group founded to guide and monitor the implementation of the Wake County Aging Plan.
The Center for Volunteer Caregiving
This nonprofit agency provides a myriad of volunreer-driven services, from respite care to transportation to yardwork. Through a contract with RFS, they administer Family Caregiver Support Program funds to provide volunteer-based respite and other services to caregivers. CVC works with churches and community organizations to recruit and train volunteers, and individual volunteers are also welcome. Find out more about The Center for Volunteer Caregiving: www.volunteercaregiving.org.
Wake County Human Services
RFS works closely with Senior and Adult Services at Wake County Human Services to provide care management, adult day services, in-home aide services and many other programs, in support of older adults and adults with disabilities, throughout Wake County. Find out more about Wake County Human Services: www.wakegov.com/humanservices.