Retired and Senior Volunteer Program

People 55+ years of age filled with Passion & Purpose

What Do TRI-CAP RSVP Volunteers Do For Their Community?

Number of VolunteersTotal Hours 
27 Volunteers272 HoursDisaster Preparedness - Blood Drives
19 Volunteers437 HoursEnsure a Brighter Future for Our Youth
3 Volunteers2000 HoursHelp Reintegrate Inmates and Those Transitioning Through the Legal System
162 Volunteers17,205 HoursShort & Long Term Healthcare Services
117 Volunteers22.,750 HoursCrisis Intervention - Food & Clothing Distribution, Meal, Garden, & Cooking Programs
24 Volunteers911 HoursMilitary Funeral Details, Veterans Affairs
173 Volunteers1,412 HoursHealthy Futures ~ Healthy Aging Programs, Companionship Outreach
14 Volunteers43 HoursMedication Collections

YEILD TO DATE IMPACT – Volunteer hours (Warrick, Pike and Dubois Counties) equates to 33,000 hours with 230 volunteer at 16 volunteer stations.


For you and the good of your community, VOLUNTEER. It just makes you feel good!

Contact Rachel Kinman, Coordinator: 812-482-2233 extension 112

What is RSVP?

TRI-CAP RSVP is federally funded as a Senior Corps program under the Corporation for National and Community Service. RSVP is America’s largest volunteer network for people 55 and over who want to give back to their communities through rewarding and significant service activities. Join RSVP and you join nearly 500,000 volunteers across the country that are using their lifetime of experiences, skills and talents to impact community needs. Personally and as a group, retired and senior volunteers find satisfaction in their valuable and life-changing service that strengthens the communities they love.

When you volunteer, you’re not just helping others, you’re helping yourself! Volunteering leads to self-satisfaction, new friends and new activities. Studies show that volunteering can promote a healthier and more positive outlook on life. Live healthy today for a healthier tomorrow!

Healthy Aging Programs

Through the Warrick County Wiser Aging Lunch and Learn programs, TRI-CAP RSVP expands outreach opportunities by blending a balance of educational topics that help promote healthy aging and independent living.

Wiser Aging Warrick County Lunch & Learn: Last Tuesday of month/ 12:30 pm (CST) at St. Vincent’s Hospital Phillips Room/ No charge. Please RSVP for this event.

Medication Collections

TRI-CAP RSVP is one of the original collaborators of the Medication Collection project that began in October of 2002 and has collected and environmentally disposed of over 4 tons of pharmaceuticals This project is held in the spring and fall ad has been successful and sustainable through the collaboration of the Indiana State Police, Sheriff’s Departments, Fire Stations, Solid Waste Management Districts, Substance Abuse Councils, DEA, Habig Center Older Americans, and the senior volunteers of TRI-CAP RSVP.

For more information about the TRI-CAP RSVP program, please contact Rachel Kinman via email: or call 812-482-2233 extension 112.

Click Here To View TRI-CAP’s Retired & Senior Volunteer Brochure


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