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What is a continuing care community?

In short, St. Paul's will continue to care as residents' needs change.

Being a continuing care community means that St. Paul's offers various levels of care including home and community based services, independent living, personal care, memory care and skilled nursing care. St. Paul's is also a partner in VNA Alliance Home Health Care Agency. VNA provides in home medical care.

Does St. Paul's have a religious affiliation?

St. Paul's was established in 1867 by the Reformed Church today known as the United Church of Christ. Although St. Paul's maintains its historical relationship to the United Church of Christ St. Paul's serves people of all faiths. Our spiritual care is non-denominational.

What are the fees associated with the various levels of care?

Residents only have to pay for what they truly need.

St. Paul's is a fee-for-service organization which means each level of care has identified fees. Fees vary based on selected accommodations and needed services in each level of care in the continuum.

Is St. Paul's a nonprofit organization?

Yes, St. Paul's is a nonprofit. No one individual or group of individuals gain from profits at the end of the year. Profits are reinvested into the St. Paul's' community to enhance accommodations, services, programs, and staffing.

Where is St. Paul's located?

St. Paul's is located in rural northwest Pennsylvania in the small town of Greenville.

Greenville is known for its warmth and friendliness. Folks who live in Greenville enjoy its natural beauty with easy access to natural resources including lakes, rivers and parks. Greenville is conveniently located equal distance from Cleveland and Pittsburgh each being an easy drive via interstate or state routes.

Can you describe the various levels of care?

The Colony offers independent living. Residents enjoy several types of accommodations — one-bedroom apartments and two and three-bedroom single and duet homes.

The Heritage and The Ridgewood communities offer private apartments and aging-in-place — independent living with catered services or personal care services. The Heritage also offers a secured neighborhood for individuals with dementia.

The Villas offers nursing services and rehabilitation, both short term and long term.

Lastly, Without Walls provides private duty home care for individuals choosing to remain in their home both on campus and in the community.