Greenville, Ohio

Brethren Retirement Community

Brethren Retirement Community

750 Chestnut St.
Greenville, OH 45331
(937) 547-8000
Brethren Retirement Community, Nursing Homes, Health and Beauty, Greenville, Ohio

The term “retirement home” ought to symbolize, and actually mean, much more than the sum of a working lifetime’s reward; its standards should encompass the best in assisted living, Alzheimer’s care, and senior care, in general. And that’s where Brethren Retirement Community comes into the picture. As a Christian, not-for-profit CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community), Brethren is historically and ethically dedicated to celebrating peace-of-mind and quality of life, above and beyond all other considerations – while keeping all the hallmarks of practical necessity and care intact.

Brethren Retirement Community’s dedication to human service goes beyond a rudimentary “defining philosophy”: it embraces the inherent value ofallphases of human existence. The Brethren team is prepared to provide care on every level, from independent living to enhanced memory care to long term care. And that’s the kind of full package that acts as a lifetime guarantee, for all intents and purposes.

For well over a century, in fact, Brethren Retirement Community has been caring for locals who are facing the challenges that their “silver years” invariably bring. The Brethren staff is ready to help with all the nuances that aging with grace encompasses, whether that means inpatient or outpatient therapy, skilled nursing, home management services, respite care, or something else.

To inquire further, contact Brethren Retirement Community at (937) 547-8000. With the right kind of help and encouragement, aging can be a wonderful experience that can pave the way to a brand new chapter of existence. Don’t hesitate to call for more information.

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