What is RSVP?

RSVP is an AmeriCorps Seniors national program serving local communities. It is funded and administered by AmeriCorps, the Federal Agency for Volunteering and Service.

RSVP stands for Retired & Senior Volunteer Programs. It offers adults who are 55 years and older the opportunity to apply their skills and experience to meet the needs of their community. RSVP is part of AmeriCorps Seniors with funding provided by the federal agency, Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS).

What can RSVP volunteers do?

RSVP volunteers in 10 North Georgia counties may:

  • Provide community outreach
  • Provide companion outreach
  • Deliver Meals on Wheels
  • Provide public service
  • Provide tutoring or mentoring
Helping others also helps you! You can meet new people, stay active – physically and mentally, and make your community a better place to live. Find out how to get started today with RSVP.

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Not sure where to begin?

Start with our Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) Counselors. Our Trained Intake Specialists practice active listening and empathy to appropriately link individuals with the community resources and programs, so they can age on a firm foundation of health and well-being.

We understand that taking the first step is often the most difficult. The Legacy Link team offers confidential support, including information, referrals, and assistance concerning services for seniors, family members and persons with disabilities.


Reach out to us.

We are available by phone
(770) 538-2650 or (800)-845-5465
or online through our contact form.


Participate in a screening.

This process allows us to get to know your situation better, so we can thoroughly and properly address the challenges you are facing.


Get connected.

Our caring team will link you to the programs and services toward a better life.