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Pennsylvania and New Jersey not-for-profit senior living organizations team up

February 6, 2018
by I Advance Senior Care
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Acts Retirement-Life Communities, Inc., one of the nation's largest not-for-profit providers of senior living housing and services, and The Evergreens, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Moorestown, New Jersey, have announced that the two organizations have affiliated. Under the agreement, Acts will assume management and oversight of The Evergreens, which will become an Acts affiliate member and part of a network of Acts CCRCs serving approximately 9,700 seniors, according to a release from PR Newswire.

The Evergreens was founded in 1919 by the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey and is currently home to approximately 225 residents who have access to three levels of services and care. The 32-acre campus includes 200 independent living apartment homes in addition to an on-site health care center for 66 assisted living residents and a 34-bed skilled nursing center. The Evergreens currently employs approximately 215 people.

"We are delighted to be affiliating with The Evergreens to further strengthen this well-established community who shares our desire to enrich the lives of seniors," said Gerald T. Grant, Acts President and CEO. "Integrating The Evergreens into our organization aligns with our strategic growth plans to expand our mission and we are extremely excited to work together to make our successful organizations become even stronger."

Read the full release at PR Newswire.

 

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