- Marian Manor
- Vincentian de Marillac
- Vincentian Home
- Vincentian Regency
- Vincentian Villa
- VCS Administration Building
- Marian Manor Child Development Center
- Vincentian Child Development Center
- Vincentian Outpatient Rehabilitation Center
- Senior Living Options
- Rehabilitation & Therapy
- Child Care
- Giving & Volunteering
History of Marian Manor
Marian Manor is a not for profit nursing facility for the frail and many times poor elderly. The facility was founded in 1956 by the Sisters of the Holy Spirit, a Catholic community of women religious.
During the 54 years of caring for the elderly, Marian Manor has undergone many changes and additions. In 1956 when the doors of the first building opened, 90 residents found this their new home. The original intent was to provide a retirement facility for business men and women.
Ten years later this community was in need of intermediate and skilled nursing care and construction was completed, in 1966, on a second building which provided for these healthcare needs. A second addition was opened in 1992. This latest building also made it possible to address the needs for Child Day Care for the local community. Today the child day care provides child care and learning experiences for approximately 80 children from the age of six weeks to 6 years.
In 1996 changes were made again when an Alzheimer’s and dementia care unit was created to meet the growing need for those afflicted with this disease.
In 2008, Marian Manor merged with Vincentian Collaborative System in order to ensure the future stability of the organization and expand upon our combined mission of caring for the elderly.
Today Marian Manor provides a continuum of care options including Skilled and Intermediate Care Services, a Special Care Unit for those suffering with Alzheimer’s disease, a Personal Care Unit for those needing assisted living and a Child Day Care.