Meg is one of many older adults at St. John’s United whose retirement income, insurance and other support does not cover the total monthly cost of living and heath expenses. At St. John’s, we have many people just like Meg, and this is how we handle them.
They stay until the end of their days as cherished members of our community. Many people don’t know that St. John’s United has a shortfall of more than $2 million every year because of resident care costs not fully covered by personal resources and assistance programs.
And this is where you come in. St. John’s United is coming to the community for the first time in 60 years to ask for your partnership and investment. As an organization, we have put ourselves on the line for many years to care for our older adults. Now we are asking you to join us.
St. John’s is dedicated to providing compassionate care to all people, regardless of ability to pay. When residents outlive their financial resources, St. John’s continues to welcome and serve them in the place they call home.