Eliza Bryant Village is the oldest continually operating African American-founded long-term care facility in the United States.
COVID-19 Update on Operating Status: Skilled Nursing: Accepting new admissions, subject to appropriate screening and quarantine guidelines; Family Visitation is OPEN: No appointments needed; Temperatures/hand sanitizer and health screenings for all who enter. Adult Day Care & Senior Outreach Program: Open. Independent Senior Housing: Social distancing. Elder Justice Center: Still accepting guests needing escape from abusive situations; social distancing.
The Village provides high quality services for seniors along the continuum of care in a safe, dignified and compassionate environment. We offer skilled nursing with memory-care and rehabilitation as well as on-site dialysis care, an adult day care and senior outreach program that includes transportation and nutritious meals, and affordable independent senior housing. Home care and community transpiration are available to seniors at the village as well as our aging neighbors.
The Elder Justice Center provides temporary safe housing and support services for older adults experiencing some form of abuse, trauma, violence and/or criminal victimization while we work with community partners to find permanent housing in a safe environment.
The Village, located on 17 acres in Cleveland’s Hough neighborhood, has been an anchor institution in the community for 126 years. The oldest continually operating African American-founded long-term care facility in the United States,we serve nearly 1,000 seniors annually with more than 150 compassionate employees and nearly 300 volunteers.
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