While closely aligned with the United Church of Christ, our over 100-year heritage has deep roots with its predecessors, most notably, the Evangelical and Reformed denomination. Like today’s United Church of Christ, we believe human dignity is a right, and we honor each other and the unique gifts each person offers the World. All people are welcome to our communities, and we celebrate each life journey. As part of our faith-based commitment, we’re proud members of the Council for Health and Human Service Ministry (CHHSM), an association of health and human service organizations and programs recognized as an expression of the ministry and mission of the United Church of Christ.
Consulting Services include:
Our executive leaders are available to speak as part of the Embrace Living Communities Speaker Bureau Program as well.
Topic areas include:
For more information about our Embrace Living Communities Speaker Bureau Program,
contact Susan Sinderson, EVP, at email@example.com.
The Embrace Living Communities Service Coordinator Program consists of dedicated social service personnel that provide valuable information and referrals to residents and their families regarding supportive services that can maintain resident independence successfully, allowing them to live in their home for as long as possible.
As part of our Service Coordinator Program, service coordinators:
Management services include:
Our team consists of professionals that care unconditionally for others. Compassion for others is not something that our employees turn on once they come to work, but rather it’s a passion that influences everything they do that moves our organization forward each day. Our employees are apart of a 130+ person family built on teamwork and respect. And, just like our residents, employees are embraced at every step. We invite you to learn more about working and volunteering at Embrace Living Communities.
Our organization has a storied history dating back over 120 years. We’ve evolved with the times in order to give people a quality and safe place to call home. It hasn’t always been easy, but we’ve always done what is right for those we serve and God.