Chapel Hill Community

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Chapel Hill Community

Welcome to Chapel Hill Community

We at Chapel Hill Community care for people. It’s what we do. And it’s our intent to do it well. We don’t simply heal the body, or find someone the right level of care, or select the right residence for retirement living. We care for the whole person.
At Chapel Hill, we have a full-service senior living community that refreshes the spirit. Our compassionate, dependable staff members offer more than just a community—they offer a personal focus on belonging, contentment, good health and enrichment. Active and vibrant residents enjoy the chance to explore a variety of interests, activities and relationships.

Whether you are looking for residential living, assisted living, memory care, or skilled nursing and rehabilitative care, Chapel Hill is here to serve you. You are the most important part of our community! Because we focus on serving your needs—physical, intellectual, and spiritual—your total wellness is our goal. In fact, we are dedicated to creating environments where you can choose the life you deserve.

When medical care is needed, our professional, committed staffs of nurses, therapists and counselors are dedicated to helping you and your loved ones receive the very best care in a secure and comfortable atmosphere at Chapel Hill.

Come visit us at Chapel Hill today, and see how we do things differently.

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Chapel Hill Community has an overall ZapScore of 84. This means that Chapel Hill Community has a higher ZapScore than 84% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Canal Fulton, Ohio is 43 and in the category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Chapel Hill Community Contact Information:

  • 12200 Strausser St NW
    Canal Fulton, OH 44614
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  • Phone: (330) 854-4177
  • Fax: (330) 854-1824
  • Hours

    Monday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
    Tuesday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
    Wednesday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
    Thursday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
    Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Sunday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Social Posts for Chapel Hill Community

United Church Homes shared SAGE's post.
Statement by SAGE: "... (T)he proposed amended question makes no reference to transgender elders. When we said #WeRefuseToBeInvisible, we meant ALL members of our community. This fight is NOT over. We will leave no one in our community behind." #LGBT
Thanks to the extraordinary work of our pro bono partners Squire Patton Boggs (under the leadership of partner Jack Nadler and associates Brandon Roman and Marques Richeson), Siegelvision, and CRAFT | Media / Digital, together we were able to to ensure that the Trump administration continues to assess whether LGB older adults are being served by programs like Meals on Wheels. But the proposed amended question makes no reference to transgender elders. When we said #WeRefuseToBeInvisible, we meant ALL members of our community. This fight is NOT over. We will leave no one in our community behind. #LGBT
HHS has reversed itself on a plan to drop LGBT questions allowing elders to identify their sexual orientation on a federal health survey.

United Church Homes shared LeadingAge's post.
BREAKING NEWS: The Administration for Community Living changed its mind on eliminating #LGBT survey questions after receiving comments in response to the proposal from 89 organizations and more than 13,9000 individuals.
HHS has reversed itself on a plan to drop LGBT questions allowing elders to identify their sexual orientation on a federal health survey.

United Church Homes shared Fairhaven Community's post — at Fairhaven Community.
Fairhaven Community, a United Church Homes community, presented Manfred Hanke with a special plaque today to thank him for documenting the lives of Wyandot County residents with his camera. Fred the Photo Guy also received a key to the city from Mayor Scott Washburn, and UCH Board member Robbie Lee shared his appreciation on behalf of United Church Homes.
Manfred Hanke, AKA Fred the Photo Guy, just received a key to the city from Upper Sandusky Mayor Scott D. Washburn and a special gift from Fairhaven Community. Fairhaven resident Lew Gottfried came up with the idea and the personalized plaque was made with help from Bringman Clark Shields Funeral Services.

For those who are lucky enough to grow old, #Medicaid fills a critical gap. Take action TODAY to protect it: http://bit.ly/2rNGxti
This Monday, LeadingAge Ohio members joined Senator Sherrod Brown to discuss the imminent threat to the integrity of the Medicaid program currently underway in the Senate. Calling it a “glide path” to elimination, he stressed that advocates for the children, families and older adults that rely on Me...

LeadingAge has issued an action alert to its members to contact their senators and urge them to #SaveMedicaid and protect the lives of older adults. Learn more and reach out to your senators by visiting http://p2a.co/TpSGN7q today!
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Action Alert via @leadingage: Contact your senators this week and urge them to #savemedicaid! To instagram.com/p/BVkwKGKl68a/


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