is What We Do
Connecting churches to care centers, volunteers to the elderly, hearts to hearts.
Advocate on behalf of the modern day orphan, the elderly in care centers.
Respond to the social and emotional support needs of elderly residents.
Engage volunteers into providing relationships with the elderly communities.
What is C.A.R.E.
Heart2Heart mobilizes volunteers to C.A.R.E for the aging population in the community. C.A.R.E. is a spiritual, social and emotional model of care intended to provide hope, share love
and restore purpose.
The Social Emotional Model of C.A.R.E.
Launched in 2018, Heart2Heart Outreach’s new innovative program rapidly expands a robust volunteer network, supported by strong community partnerships and collaborative efforts, to provide a holistic impact (social/emotional, psycho/spiritual, cognitive/mental, physical) on aging adults in South Florida.
Heart2Heart Outreach of South Florida is extending and implementing a direct CARE Social Emotional program model, which not only understands deeper levels of loneliness and isolation in an empirical manner, but draws crucial attention to the issue by catalyzing action to end social isolation among older adults. The aim is to professionally develop civic engagement by mobilizing and training a volunteer network which impacts the quality care and quality of life for low income elders living in long-term aging adult institutions.
A strategic and scalable capacity building network is critical. With the right strategic Supporting Partners and growth in Implementing Partners, Heart2Heart will meet elder participant “at-risk” needs before crisis develops. Social isolation and loneliness decrease, as well as the deterioration of cognitive, physical and social emotional functions: the social determinants, which at present and empirically increase dependence on medical utilization and hinder physical, emotional and psychological well-being.
60% in nursing homes will never receive a single visit from family or friends.
10,000 Baby Boomers
are turning 65 in
America Every Day
19% of America’s elderly population reside in
the State of Florida