Providence Place is our 36 unit apartment complex located adjacent to Faith Care Center.
One bedroom or Alcove (studio) floor plans are available. Each floor plan provides a kitchenette with microwave and refrigerator, a bathroom with walk in shower, resident controlled heating and cooling system, and emergency call system.
Residents chose to live independently or with assistance from our dedicated 24 hour staff.
The monthly rental fee is based on apartment size and the level of assistance with activities of daily living that the resident selects.
The following items are included in the rental fee:
Breakfast, lunch and dinner served in the dining room.
In addition to the daily menu selections, a breakfast bar and salad bar are available.
Daily planned activities
Free internet access
Providence Place also has an outdoor patio, a large activity room for resident meetings and activities, and a private dining room available for resident use.
Laundry facilities are available for resident use, or residents can purchase personal laundry services.
Additional Services Available
Mrs. Evelyn Heinz, originally from Streator, IL., has been a resident at Providence Place since 2013. She enjoys a full life as a mother of 7 children, a grandmother of 10, as well as a great-grandmother of 10 with 2 more on the way! Evelyn has been a full time housewife, a teacher of religion classes in the Catholic Church, a Girl Scout Leader, and a pre-school teacher. She has been a writer and poet for over three decades with many works published. She still enjoys writing and performing poetry readings. She is also an accomplished photographer, and displays her beautiful butterfly photographs for all to enjoy. Evelyn states some of the services she enjoys at Providence Place are the housekeeping services, 3 home cooked meals a day, the variety of entertainment and activities, and transportation for shopping or appointments. Also a key factor for her, is the pleasant and helpful staff that she encounters on a daily basis. Evelyn is always seen with a smile on her face and is an encouragement to new residents and staff alike. The following is a poem that Evelyn has had published in one of her many books of poetry.
The Human Touch
We Touch hands From birth To death We Find comfort And love With another We The young And the old Gather courage Bonding together.