National Church Residences has dedicated a proven track record of excellence in providing homes and services to seniors, enabling them to live healthier and more satisying lives. Our residents and clients include seniors of all income levels.
Quality Housing for Seniors . . . and More
Since the opening of our first retirement community in 1961, we have expanded our mission to include full-service retirement communities, affordable housing, an array of health care services, and housing for the disabled and other vulnerable populations. Today National Church Residences has 330 communities in 28 states and Puerto Rico. Find a community today.
What exactly is a continuing care retirement community?
A continuing care retirement community (CCRC) provides a continuum of care for seniors at all levels of independence, from independent living in a house or apartment, to assisted living, to skilled nursing care or a secure dementia unit. A CCRC is an entire campus of living choices, and as physical or mental needs change, the resident may make a transition to a different level of care and age gracefully in the same community without having to relocate.
National Church Residences provides affordable senior housing in 28 states and in Puerto Rico. Affordable senior housing costs no more than 30 percent of a person's income. Most of our communities provide housing for low income seniors who meet the criteria set by HUD. Our on-site staff can help your parents to obtain this support at the communities where they wish to apply. Click here to learn more and to locate housing.
My elderly parents require more assistance than I can provide during the day. Where can I find help?
National Church Residences Center for Senior Health offers adult day services as an alternative to nursing home placement and homebound isolation. Our centers offer opportunities for socialization, participation in mentally and physically stimulating activities, and an environment that respects dignity and independence. Currently these services are available in Ohio. Click here to learn more about our Adult Day services.
I’m planning an upcoming surgery. How can I find a rehabilitation center?
National Church Residences offers both in- and out-patient rehabilitation services. We offer private rehab suites, therapy gyms, 24-hour RN coverage, and specialized nursing care. For more information about our rehabilitation services, click here.
National Church Residences Center for Senior Health is guided by a vision to offer seniors and their caregivers an alternative to nursing home placement and homebound isolation. Our adult day care clients are offered everything available to a nursing home resident, with the exception of an overnight bed.
National Church Residences Home & Community Services provides Medicare- and Medicaid-certified visiting nurse teams who serve seniors — offering affordable alternatives to skilled nursing and assisted living, so they can stay active and independent in their own homes.
The Acquisitions & Development Department is pleased to announce the 9 percent tax credit award from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency for the substantial rehabilitation of Putnam Howe Village in Belpre, Ohio This award will allow this existing 51-unit National Church Residences HUD 202 community to undergo a substantial transformation.
National Church Residences has purchased Sister’s Court and Telfair Arms, two existing senior communities in Savanah, Ga. Sister’s Court is located at 222 E 37th St., and Telfair Arms is located at 17 E Park Ave.
He lost everything he had because of his addictions; she lost the life she was building because of mental illness, but the Make It Happen! Program at National Church Residences is helping both of them put their life back on track.
Legacy Village’s new center allows residents and the community to recover close to home
National Church Residences Legacy Village is celebrating the Grand Opening of a new 15 Bed-Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center May 12, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. There will also be an Open House from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Both events are open to the public.
National Church Residences co-hosts employer workshop and luncheon
National Church Residences and the Council for Older Adults are partnering again to host a free workshop and luncheon for local employers. The event takes place Tuesday, May 13, from noon to 1 p.m. at the Council for Older Adults at 800 Cheshire Road, Delaware. It is the second of a series of four events.
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