The mission of the VNAA is to support, promote and advance nonprofit providers of homecare, community health and hospice to ensure quality care for their communities.
- Access to Care: We believe all persons should have access to affordable, high-quality, compassionate home and community-based healthcare, hospice and health promotion services, regardless of the complexity of care or ability to pay.
- Excellence: We strive for the highest possible levels of service, patient care, ethical conduct and integrity as we support the nonprofit mission in delivering healthcare.
- Transparency: We will share information and communicate openly among member organizations, stakeholder groups, VNAA staff and the Board of Directors in order to achieve our mission.
- Accountability: We will generate reliable and accurate data and information, and we are accountable to our members and the public for delivering measurable outcomes and results.
- Member Engagement: Our members guide our work to advance VNAA's mission.
- Stewardship: We embrace our responsibility for securing and managing available resources efficiently and effectively in pursuit of our mission.
- Leadership: Embracing a sense of optimism, we believe that we can affect major changes in our communities to improve their health.
The VNAA office is located in the heart of Washington, DC. VNAA represents nonprofit home healthcare and hospice agencies from all regions of the country and has a membership base of 154 different agencies ranging in size from three clinicians to over 12,000 employees. VNAs represent the largest network of nonprofit providers of influenza vaccine--over 1.5 million flu shots per year.