DIGNITY AND COMPASSION​

United Methodist Village - You Can Feel the Love.






When a person can no longer live independently, a decision must be made about the best alternative arrangement for care. Such a decision often must be made during a time of crisis, frequently when the person is ready to leave the hospital after a serious illness or operation.


Care needs may change for many reasons. A person has a stroke and can no longer remain at home alone. Frequent falls cause broken bones, and the individual needs a more protective setting. Increased forgetfulness or a heart condition poses a serious threat to the well-being of the individual and necessitates increased health supervision.


At United Methodist Village, we have been caring for Seniors with a Christian Touch for over 100 years. We take great pride in caring for people with dignity and compassion for an extended length of time. There is no greater reward than developing meaningful relationships with our residents. We concentrate on creating a healthy, loving, and positive environment that delivers peace of mind, safety, comfort, and encouragement.



For more information, contact Admissions  (618) 292-7389 or admissions@umvillage.com

Long-Term Care