We all need a support system. Whether it’s a helping hand around the house, a friend to share life’s ups and downs, or a trusted companion to take you to the doctor, this is what brings us peace of mind and reassurance that someone cares.
Tempe Neighbors Helping Neighbors (TNHN) is a grassroots, membership-based nonprofit founded in 2009 to enable adults to remain in their homes and communities as they age. By coordinating a network of compassionate neighbors and volunteers, we offer assistance with basic home and yard maintenance, transportation, socialization, companionship and more.
In collaboration with the Tempe Community Council and the Maricopa Association of Governments, TNHN has evolved into a local Village membership organization, part of a nationwide movement to enable people of all ages to connect and support each other to strengthen their communities and provide the best quality of life. Together, we serve our neighbors who wish to age in place, providing them with the assistance they need to thrive, sustain their independence and self worth and combat loneliness, isolation and neglect. We believe every generation should feel valued, connected and cared for.
Tempe Neighbors Helping Neighbors builds community, builds connection, and changes the meaning of aging. TNHN is a community-based membership organization that empowers residents of all ages to connect and support each other in order to enhance lives and strengthen community for the best quality of life possible.
For more information about the Village model, visit the Village to Village Network website.