About Presbyterian Senior Living
Presbyterian Senior Living Communities have the strength of a relatively large organization and the financial resources to provide the security that older adults expect from an organization that promises to be there for as long as needed.
Our individual communities, however, offer a range of sizes and reflect our commitment to the personal touch. They are places where the staff can know each resident as an individual, and where residents’ likes and dislikes are recognized and accommodated whenever possible. Being not-for-profit gives our organization the freedom to concentrate on the needs of residents first. While for-profit corporations have the dual responsibility of providing care for residents, as well as satisfying the needs of investors, we can remain more sharply focused on meeting the needs of residents. We believe that the ability to express these higher values also enables us to attract employees and volunteers with similar values.
The work of every Presbyterian Senior Living Community is guided by a mission that reflects our values and commitment to serve older persons with dignity and respect. More than 2,700 Presbyterian Senior Living employees and countless volunteers strive every day to bring this mission to life.
“The mission of Presbyterian Senior Living is to offer Christian understanding, compassion and a sense of belonging to promote wholeness of body, mind and spirit.”
Presbyterian Senior Living is an 82-year-old not-for-profit, charitable organization, governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees who make certain that the programs and services provided by Presbyterian Senior Living fulfill the commitment expressed in this mission statement. As the parent corporation, Presbyterian Senior Living works through a number of subsidiary organizations to form a network of communities and services that meet the diverse needs of seniors in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and southeastern Ohio.