Welcome To We Support Caregivers!

"Because Caregivers Need Support"!


We Support Caregivers Inc. is an 501(c)(3) organization in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia that encourages and empowers caregivers, who take care of their elderly loved ones ( parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles,or spouses), to cultivate and focus on self-care. We take pleasure in serving caregivers in Hampton Roads, surrounding areas, and communities by helping them to make self-care a priority.  

Thank You Hampton Roads VEIN Magazine!

We Support Caregivers would like to thank Hampton Roads VEIN Magazine for featuring us in their magazine last month. We appreciate their support. Click READ NOW! to check out last month’s issue.

The Caregiver's Collective

Saturday March 2nd, caregivers came together to learn how to scrub their stress away by making aromatherapy body scrubs! It was fun and relaxing. Our very own VP Celeste M. Wooten facilitated this collective. Stay tuned for what we have planned next quarter!

Collaborating to Save Kidneys Event

On March 16th 2024, Health & Awareness INC, and We Support Caregivers, INC. hosted a Collaborating to Save Kidneys Event. This event was to commemorate World Kidney Day 2024 which is to bring awareness to kidney health and the prevention of chronic kidney disease. We are thankful for our sponsors, vendors, and panelists for their contributions and participation in this event.

Caregivers and Candid Conversations Podcast is now on You Tube!

Caregivers and Candid Conversation Podcast is now on You Tube! Subscribe to our channel to listen to our candid conversations regarding self-care, caregiving, and more!   Click the link to subscribe: You Tube Channel  

Thank You Sponsors!

We Support Caregivers would like to thank our sponsors for their contribution to our homeless community feeding! We couldn't to it without YOU! Thanks for caring for your community!

The Message in the Mission

We Support Caregivers, Inc. (Formerly known as Caregivers Supporting Caregivers Network) is a 501(c)(3) organization  in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. Our mission is to encourage and empower individuals, who take care of their elderly loved ones (parents, grandparents, aunts, uncle, or spouse) with a chronic illness, to cultivate and focus on self-care.  We aim to impact these individuals locally and abroad by reminding them to make self-care a priority. Self-care is the best care because Self-care is Self Love.  Self-care is the best care. We believe caregivers who focus on developing their physical, spiritual, mental, emotional, and social well-being, ultimately can become the best version of themselves.  Self-care is Self-Love. 

We believe the way caregivers take care of themselves is a reflection of the Love they have for themselves and will ultimately impact how they Love others. Self-care is the intentional act of individuals making time to develop their physical, spiritual, mental, emotional, and social well-being through daily activities. Caregivers are vital to our society and several individuals are finding themselves in this role and tasked with the responsibility. This organization was created by caregivers to support and to serve other caregivers and the community. We Support Caregivers is an organization who embraces diversity and inclusion. We are committed to building our boards and teams with various skills, experience, and backgrounds. We know that being inclusive puts us in the best position to better serve caregivers locally and abroad.

Our Vision

Our goal is to encourage caregivers to live a balanced life by utilizing Non-Demoninational Christian based principles to motivate them to make self-care a priority. Self-care is imperative to the longevity of individuals who are caregivers, especially knowing how they have the tendency of sacrificing their own needs while trying to fulfill the needs of others. Such self-neglect can contribute to depression and suicide which are very prevalent among caregivers. Self-care is important to maintain healthy relationship with ourselves and those around us. It produces positive thoughts, enhances self-esteem, decreases stress, decreases burnout, increases happiness, and much more. We believe in order for caregivers to properly provide care to their elderly loved ones, it first starts with them properly taking care of themselves.

We Support Caregivers Anniversary Lunch

Congratulation! We Support Caregivers Founder and Executive Director, LaSheena R. McBride was selected as the 2023 Silver Care Dementia Center's Caregiver Award. Listen as she shares her a little of her caregiving story.