Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce
The GOVCC was formed in the fall of 1992 to support the growth and business interests in the community. It became the Northern Pima County Chamber of Commerce in 1998, when Northwest Tucson was entering a period of major growth. Then, in 2011, directors went back to the organization’s roots, and revived the name Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce.
PCOA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inclusive, innovative, and integrated services that meet the changing needs of Pima County’s older adults. This work is only possible with the support of our funders, donors, and volunteers. PCOA helps our community age well through a network of programs and services, provided directly by our knowledgeable staff and volunteers, or offered through agreements with community partners.
Health & Wellness Marketing Group
The Health and Wellness Marketing Group is comprised of marketing professionals who represent our senior community. For example skilled nursing facilities, assisted living and retirement communities, home health and hospice agencies, hospitals, commercial insurance companies, physicians, case managers, non-profit organizations, alternative healthcare practitioners and medical supply companies.
Your solution for end of life funeral pre-planning or immediate assistance with funeral needs. Decisions about end of life planning are deeply personal and our team of experts can assist you and/or a loved one in making funeral plans that will accentuate a life well-lived. Pre-planning, like most things in life, help ensure that wishes are followed, which results in peace of mind for the whole family. Your life, Your legacy.
iN2L™’s content-driven technology has been enriching the lives of older adults since 1999. iN2L™ offers solutions to support social interaction, cognitive and physical exercise and therapy, education, reminiscing, areas of interest, and memory care engagement with touch screen systems ideal for both group engagement and individual experiences.
Eldergrow offers senior living residents a therapeutic connection to nature through two innovative indoor gardening programs. The unique Therapeutic Horticulture Garden program brings nature inside year-round while Eldergrow Educators teach evidence-based, therapeutic horticulture classes. The new D-I-Y Culinary Herb Garden program brings farm-to-table into senior living with fresh herbs delivered every month along with a unique Herb of the Month program. Each program is tailored to improve quality of life for our growing community of elders living in residential and nursing care. All of our gardens are handcrafted by disabled veterans and people living with disabilities. For more information, visit www.Eldergrow.org