To provide a continuum of services that supports health, independence, and dignity. We build this continuum on the belief that a relationship-centered philosophy best sustains body, mind, and spirit.
To sustain meaningful options for living that are built upon a foundation of spirituality.
United Methodist Homes has a 140-year tradition of caring. That caring is based on a mission that we, and those before us, have cultivated since 1872.
What is the UMH difference? Why does our care and support feel so different? What exactly is this special and unique difference so many people feel and experience? Families coming to us express a strong desire for compassionate care for their loved ones. How do we achieve this? This can best be illustrated by taking a closer look at the five core values of United Methodist Homes.