The Peg Taylor Center:

How to Volunteer


All of the donations we receive go directly to benefit our clients.

Get Involved:  Volunteer

We serve Butte, Glenn and Tehama Counties, transporting clients from areas where there are no similar services to our program in Chico.

We provide over 90,000 hours of care a year and our safety record and licensing reviews are exceptional.

We provide over 3,000 hours of physical, occupational and speech therapies and dietary counseling every year to help clients work towards their goals.

Local volunteers contribute over 2,600 hours each year to our program, sharing music, crafts, pet therapy, woodworking and other special interests.


Get Involved:  Make a Donation!

For information on how you can become a volunteer call one of our Volunteer Coordinators:


• Greeter (Main Floor)
• Assist Movement Activity
• Afternoon Visitor
• Parlor Support Person
• Historian
• Nail Care
• Adult Education
• Birthday Planner
• Music
• Spanish Speaking Visitor
• Newsletter Editor
• Craft Support Person
• Friendly Visitor
• Table Game

Hank, a black labrador dog, was a 10 year volunteer at the Peg Taylor Center for Adult Day Health Care. He received a certificate for 10 years of volunteer service along with his owner, Lisa Holeman, who led gentle exercises for the clients.

  1. Art Supplies

  2. Craft Supplies

  3. Computers  (To replace outdated ones)

  4. Printers (To replace outdated ones)

  5. Flat Screen Computer Monitors

  6. WII (For fitness program)

  7. B-Line Tickets (Para transit Ride Passes)

We receive many wonderful donations of materials throughout the year.

Thank you all for thinking of us!

Please call us for more information. (530) 342-2345

Get Involved:  Help with Our Wish List

The Peg Taylor Center for Adult Day Health Care

A Program of Innovative Health Care Services, a non-profit 501 (C)3

124 Parmac Road • Chico, CA 95926 • Phone - 530-342-2345 • Fax - 530-342-3584

Your gifts provide the seeds of our future growth

A United Way Member Agency

Our oldest & youngest volunteers

Video from our 2010 Volunteer Appreciation Tea