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Directory of Episcopal-Related* Retiree Housing & Care Facilities

13 facilities found in Virginia

Facility Name Phone Contact
Goodwin House Alexandria
4800 Fillmore Ave.
Alexandria, Virginia 22311
(703) 824-1236
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Continuing Care Retirement Community offering Residential Living in a variety of apartment sizes from 400 to 2000 square feet as well as Assisted Living, Memory Support and a 24-hour Nursing Care Center. Goodwin House is a nonprofit organization affiliated with the Episcopal Church. We have flexible dining dollars that can be used in formal, casual, outdoor or take-out dining venues. We also offer housekeeping, maintenance and 24-hour security. Goodwin House Alexandria is close to shopping and cultural events, a community college, the Virginia Theological Seminary and just outside the Washington, DC area. Goodwin House, the parent of Goodwin House Alexandria and Goodwin House Bailey's Crossroads, has its own accredited Clinical Pastoral Education Program, as well as, Homecare and Hospice programs on site. Goodwin House also offers financial assistance through its Fellowship Program funded by the Goodwin House Foundation. Go to our website www.goodwinhouse.org to learn more and take a virtual tour of our community. You can also call our toll free number 1-888-491-2676.
Goodwin House Bailey's Crossroads
3440 South Jefferson St.
Falls Church, Virginia 22041
(703) 820-1488 Linda Keene
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Goodwin House Bailey's Crossroad's is a nonprofit Continuing Care Retirement Community affiliated with the Episcopal Church. We offer Residential Living in apartments ranging from 400 to 2300 square feet with beautiful views of the Washington D.C. and Northern Virginia skylines. We also have Assisted Living, Memory Support and 24 Nursing Care to serve residents as their needs change over time. This community has just completed a 143 million dollar renovation and features our beautiful Crossroads Gallery, which has incredible art exhibits of resident artists as well as local artists. We are in walking distance of grocery, drug and retail stores as well as banks and restaurants. This is a community you will want to see. Goodwin House, the parent of Goodwin House Alexandria and Goodwin House Bailey's Crossroads has its own accredited Clinical Pastoral Education Program, as well as, Homecare and Hospice programs on site. Goodwin House also offers financial assistance through its Fellowship Program funded by the Goodwin House Foundation. Go to our website www.goodwinhouse.org to learn more and take a virtual tour of our community. You can also call our toll free number 1-866-778-3010.
Hampton Ecumenical Lodgings and Provisions
5 Seagull Court
Hampton, Virginia 23669
(757) 723-0430 C. Thomas Bell
Facility Type: Other
Temporary emergency shelter in churches during winter months. Short-term (30-60 days) shelter for evicted families. Transitional housing (up to two years) for working families.
Magnolia Gardens
219 Prospect Rd.
Suffolk, Virginia 23434
(757) 923-4260
Facility Type: Low Income Housing
HUD-subsidized housing for low income seniors in Suffolk, Virginia. Independent living.
Rappahannock Westminster - Canterbury, Inc.
132 Lancaster Dr.
Irvington, Virginia 22480
(804) 438-4000
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
A continuing care retirement community affiliated with the Presbyterian and Episcopal Churches.
Shenandoah Valley Westminster - Canterbury (SVWC)
300 Westminster - Canterbury Dr.
Winchester, Virginia 22603
(540) 665-0156
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing care on 65 acres in a natural wooded setting.
The Ballentine
7211 Granby St.
Norfolk, Virginia 23505
(757) 440-7400
Facility Type: Other
Independent and assisted living services in a warm, secure, and attractive environment located in the heart of Norfolk, where every room or two-room suite has a private bath and emergency call system. It is licensed as an Adult Care Residence by the Virginia Department of Social Services. Managed by the Westminster-Canterbury of Hampton Roads, Inc. Trustees are elected by the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia and the Presbytery of Eastern Virginia, Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.
Trinity Woods
200 Second St.
Emporia, Virginia 23847
(434) 348-9354
Facility Type: Low Income Housing
HUD-subsidized housing for low income seniors on five acres in Emporia, Virginia.
Tucker House
7700 Armfield Ave.
Norfolk, Virginia 23505
(757) 489-7770 Richard Bridgford
Facility Type: Low Income Housing
Two section 202, Section 8 facilities, totaling 127 units in Norfolk, Virginia.
Westminster - Canterbury of Hampton Roads
3100 Shore Dr.
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451
(757) 496-1785
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing care in a high-rise facility on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay.
Westminster - Canterbury of Lynchburg
501 VES Rd.
Lynchburg, Virginia 24503
(800) 962-3520
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, and a memory support center on a 42-acre campus at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Fellowship applications for financial subsidies are available.
Westminster - Canterbury of the Blue Ridge
250 Pantops Mountain Rd.
Charlottesville, Virginia 22911
(877) 682-9227
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Westminster-Canterbury of the Blue Ridge (WCBR) is Central Virginia's only not-for-profit CARF-CCAC nationally accredited Continuing Care Retirement Community offering Life Care. Situated on 56-acres surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and within view of Thomas Jefferson's famed residence at Monticello, our community has served the needs of seniors for over 20 years. We have 265 independent living apartments and cottages, 57 assisted living and memory support suites and 52 nursing care accommodations. We offer a full continuum of care with all private residences throughout each level at no additional cost. Our Cultural Arts Center, scheduled trips and activities and well-regarded library provide residents with entertainment and intellectual stimulation, while our extensive fitness class offerings and wellness center keep residents active and healthy. Contact us today to learn more about how you can live life to the fullest at Central Virginia's premier retirement community.
Westminster Canterbury Richmond
1600 Westbrook Ave.
Richmond, Virginia 23227
(877) 761-6609 Kim Novelli
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Westminster Canterbury Richmond is a not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community affiliated with the Episcopal and Presbyterian Churches. Its beautiful 50-acre campus includes 526 Independent Living houses and apartments, 167 residential and memory support Assisted Living apartments, and the 158-bed, all private Mary Morton Parsons Health Center that is both Medicare and Medicaid approved. The Sara Belle November Theater presents a year-round schedule of performances, lectures and special events. Art gallery, studio, woodworking shop, aquatics and fitness center, professional level putting green, library and much more are available to all. Conveniently located with easy access to universities, seminaries, the state capitol, shopping areas, museums and cultural centers. Nationally accredited since 1987.

*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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