Hope & Help Day Club

Why Join?

Research proves that cognitive and social stimulation improves mood, cognition and delays regression of activities in daily living for individuals living with dementia. Caregivers benefit by  enjoying a break to recharge, relax, maintain relationships and focus on their own health and wellness. Participants have one-on-one interaction with a trained volunteer in a safe, fun environment, while caregivers can do their grocery shopping, go to a doctor appointment, go on a walk, attend a gym class or Bible study or enjoy shopping and visiting with friends.


The cost to attend Hope & Help Day Club is $5 per day and will include a light breakfast snack, lunch, and drink. Fees may be paid by cash, check, PayPal, or Venmo. Scholarships provided.


We provide a failure free environment.
Sample schedule:

10:00-10:30AM – Meet & Greet

10:30-11:00AM – Art Expression

11:00-11:30AM – Fun Activity

11:30-12:00PM – Circle Time

12:00-12:45PM – Lunch

12:45-1:00PM – Restroom

1:00-2:00PM – Entertainment

More Information

Our directors are listed below or you can call the ETAA office at 903-230-8001:
Sally Hendricks – 903-746-4698

Beth Godsey – 903-238-5391

Sign Up Today!

Download this PDF to sign up and find out more information about enrolling your loved one: Hope and Help Day Club Op Procedures for Participant and Caregiver rev 1.8.24

Interested in Volunteering?

Download the Volunteer Handbook here: ETAA Hope and Help Day Club Volunteer Hand Book 1.8.23

Download the Volunteer Job Description, Expectations, Application here:  Hope and Help Day Club Volunteer Job Description & Expectations rev 1.8.23