Providing Services for the Elderly,
       Disabled, and Homebound

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 VICaP has just received a "Trusted Transportation Partner" grant with support from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. This grant will allow us to provide older adults and visually impaired community members with free transportation to eye care services.  This award also recognizes VICaP as offering the highest quality transportation services for seniors.   We are one of 60 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive this recognition. Now is the time to call for a ride. Whether it's an ophthalmologist appointment, the optometrist, or even just a ride to get prescription eyeglasses, VICaP can get you there.

Providing Services for the Elderly, 
Disabled, and Homebound

Physical address (non mailing):

Office:2600 E. Wilcox Dr

Sierra Vista, AZ 85635

(520) 459-8146


Mailing address:
P.O. Box 3004
Sierra Vista, AZ 85636

Fax: 520-335-2123





VICAP is hosted by Cochise College providing office space and utilities vital to our operation.


What is VICaP?

The Sierra Vista VICaP was formally incorporated with the Arizona Corporation Commission in 1994 with participation of the following Churches / Organization


Unity Church ( Marilyn Olson )

Sierra Lutheran Church ( Betty Abraham / Clara Abraham )

Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church ( Donald A. Graham)

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ( Bob Dawson )

Community United Church of Christ ( (Ross Mcguire )

Temple Kol Hamidbar ( Mary Caron )

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church ( Steven Carroll )

United Methodist Church ( Joan Smith )

Faith Presbyterian Church ( Lee Shiles )

St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church ( Robert Smallwood )

First Christian Church ( Lee Erwin )

S.V. Commission on Disability Issues ( Paul Curran )

The Volunteer Interfaith Caregiver Program is a non-profit organization providing services to the elderly, disabled and home-bound residents of Sierra Vista and nearby rural communities in Cochise County. These services are provided free of charge by trained volunteers from faith congregations, community organizations and local businesses. Our goal is to help our neighbors continue to live independently and maintain their quality of life.

Our neighbors frequently request VICaP services after a life changing event which limits their independence. Trained VICaP volunteers work together to provide services to our neighbors without charge.

The VICaP office receives between 300 and 400 calls for service per month. 88 volunteers responded to 4700 calls for assistance and accrued over 10,000 volunteer service hours. All of our trained volunteers provide their services free of charge.

In short, VICaP volunteers' services help to prolong the time that elderly, disabled, and home-bound adults can be contributing, productive members of our community.

VICaP Facts

  • VICaP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which receives funding from donations, service contracts and small grants.
  • Under the Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, VICaP prohibits discrimination in admissions, programs, services, activities or employment based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age and disability. VICaP provides wheelchair accessible transportation and other reasonable accommodations including alternative formats to ensure persons with disabilities can be supported by our program.
  • Sierra Vista VICaP has been serving the elderly, disabled and home-bound in the Sierra Vista area since 1994.
  • About 80% of our volunteers are retired citizens from the local community.
  • Transportation is our most requested service. Shopping assistance is second.
  • VICaP refers and interacts with other agencies to provide a network of community services.
  • Donations are received from the United Way, service clubs, churches, memorials, individuals, businesses and foundations. Other ways of giving are through wills and in your estate planning. These contributions will help keep the VICaP office open and staffed and to provide services without charge.
  • Our staff and volunteers are available to speak to local organizations about our mission, goals and activities in the community.