Many parishes throughout the Archdiocese provide programs of spiritual and social enrichment for seniors. Contact your parish for more information or to organize activities where they may not be available.
Programs for Seniors
Senior Connection at Providence Hospital
Senior Connection offers a network of services for persons age 65 and over that encourages good health and facilitates the ability to cope with lifestyle changes brought on by aging. For more information or to become a member, please call 202-269-7041.
So Others Might Eat (SOME) is interfaith, community-based organization that helps the poor and homeless of Washington, DC with food, clothing, health care and other services, such as affordable housing, job training, addiction treatment and counseling for the poor, elderly and individuals with mental illness
Victory Housing, an agency of the Archdiocese of Washington, operates high quality independent and assisted living for low- and moderate-income neighbors throughout the Washington metropolitan region, 301-493-6000.
Carroll Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Providence Hospital, 202-269-7100
Residential, comprehensive and skilled nursing care facility for the elderly. Located in Washington, DC (Northeast).
Jeanne Jugan Residence/St. Joseph Villa, 202-269-1831
Operated by the Little Sisters of the Poor, provides care for aged men and women, 60 years of age and over, who are financially unable to live elsewhere. Located in Washington, DC (Northeast).
Sacred Heart Home, 301-277-6500
Operated by the Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate, this is a long-term care community dedicated to the needs of the frail or infirm elderly in the Washington area. Located in Hyattsville, MD.
Villa Rosa Nursing Home, 301-459-4700
Operated by the Society of St. Charles Borromeo (Scalabrinian Fathers), this is a comprehensive care nursing facility. Located in Mitchellville, MD.
Gift of Peace Convent, 202-237-6633
Operated by the Missionaries of Charity, this is a residence for the homeless and terminally ill, including persons with AIDS. Located in Washington, DC (Northeast).