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Retiree Housing Locator Search Results

Directory of Episcopal-Related* Retiree Housing & Care Facilities

13 facilities found in Pennsylvania

Facility Name Phone Contact
Brevillier Village
5416 East Lake Rd.
Erie, Pennsylvania 16511
(814) 899-8600
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing on 17 acres of lake front property.
Canterbury Court
108 Oak St.
Warren, Pennsylvania 16365
(814) 723-2312
Facility Type: Low Income Housing
Seven-story building with 50 one-bedroom apartments in the town of Warren.
Canterbury Place
310 Fisk St.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15201
(412) 622-9000
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Independent living, assisted living, dementia care, and skilled nursing care in the heart of Pittsburgh. Full schedule of activities, pastoral care, and affiliation with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Cathedral Village
600 E. Cathedral Rd.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128
(215) 487-1300
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Independent living and skilled nursing care, with an Alzheimer's unit, outpatient health services, a health and fitness center, and a variety of activities and services.
Episcopal Apartments of the Slate Belt
684 American-Bangor Rd.
Bangor, Pennsylvania 18013
(610) 863-7626
Facility Type: Independent Living
Two-story apartment building with laundry, library, arts and crafts area, community room, kitchen for tenants' use, sun room, outdoor picnic area with gazebos and grills, and active residents' council.
Episcopal Commons
502 S. 4th
Newport, Pennsylvania 17074
(717) 567-3626
Facility Type: Low Income Housing
Subsidized housing for low income and disabled residents.
Episcopal Gardens, Honaman House
55 East Main St.
Thompsontown, Pennsylvania 17904
(717) 535-5531
Facility Type: Independent Living
50 government-subsidized apartments located on a 3-1/2 acre wooded site in a rural community in Juniata County, across from St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Services include transportation, social and religious activities, financial counseling. Facility includes a library.
Episcopal House
1440 Walnut St.
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102
(610) 821-0311
Facility Type: Low Income Housing
Episcopal House is a 19-story apartment building for people age 62 and over.
Episcopal House of Reading
50 North Ninth St.
Reading, Pennsylvania 19601
(610) 376-6535
Facility Type: Independent Living
High-rise apartment building for middle-income seniors. Close to bus service, shopping, medical facilities, senior citizen services, the Civic Center, and churches of many denominations.
Episcopal Square Apartments
101 North Prince St.
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania 17257
(717) 530-1277
Facility Type: Independent Living
95-unit, HUD-subsidized, independent living facility and HUD-subsidized apartments for seniors age 62 or over or qualified handicapped/disabled. Income requirements apply.
Kearsley Retirement Community
2100 North 49th St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
(215) 877-1565
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing care for low income elderly. Transportation, chapel, and activities.
St. Peter's Place
111 Church St.
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania 19460
(610) 933-4383
Facility Type: Low Income Housing
Two HUD (202) buildings next door to St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Coordination of social services and some transportation is available.
The Episcopal Home at Shippensburg
206 E. Burd St.
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania 17257
(717) 532-4612
Facility Type: Assisted Living
Small facility offering affordable care. Private and semi-private rooms. Located in the Cumberland Valley. Services include housekeeping, transportation, shopping, and social activities.

*Note: Episcopal-related facilities listed here have a direct connection to an Episcopal parish or cathedral and/or an Episcopal cleric on the facility's board of trustees.

Disclaimer: The Episcopal-related nursing facility information is provided as a courtesy only. The services and websites referenced herein are outside the www.cpg.org domain are not associated with The Church Pension Fund or and its affiliates (collectively, the "Church Pension Group"). The Church Pension Group is not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of the content of any such website. Nothing herein should be interpreted either as an endorsement or recommendation of any of the listed facilities or services, or as a guaranty or assurance of the quality of care at any of the listed facilities.

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