Social Services

Social Services staff are here from the day of admission to help you adjust to your new environment. We work to ensure that all of your physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs are being met while you are with us. Our goal is to enable our residents to maximize their individuality, independence, and dignity. We are always available to provide education and clarification of the Living Center’s policies and procedures.

If you are here for short-term rehabilitation, Social Services staff will develop a plan with you and your family to ensure that your transition home is successful. We’ll arrange for home health care services and make sure you return home with any medical equipment or supplies you might need. We can also share information about organizations in the community that can provide additional support once you’re back home.

Perhaps your loved one is to remain at the Living Center for long-term care. This can be a difficult transition for both residents and their families.  It is a time of new sights, sounds, faces, and routines. It is not unusual for family members to struggle with feelings of guilt and financial worries. Social Services staff are here to provide emotional support and practical assistance. We will advocate for your concerns as needed.


Rehab Center

Should you find yourself or a loved one needing short-term rehab, St. Joseph is “one stop shopping”. More>

Outpatient Rehab

SLJC provides outpatient services as a continuum of care for our short term residents as they transition to home. More>

Post Acute Care

St. Joseph’s is a perfect place to regain your strength in order to get you back home and back to your everyday life. More>


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All Faiths Inclusive

SJLC accommodates residents of all faiths. Wherever you are on life’s journey, you’re welcomed here.  More>

End of Life Care

Our end of life program promotes comfort and quality of life to our residents and their families. More>