The Good Samaritan Home is an independent living facility for adults of all ages and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Home was founded in 1942 by Charles A. Wing, who dedicated his fortune to provide affordable housing for the less fortunate. The Home began as a retirement community but quickly transformed into an independent living facility for low-income adults.
The Good Samaritan Home provides housing for those who might otherwise have nowhere to live. We offer 45 furnished rooms with ½ baths and common shower areas. Three meals are served daily from our home-style kitchen and served by our friendly staff. Weekly housekeeping and laundry services are also provided. Lovely yards and courtyards make for enjoyable get-togethers and create a sense of community. We have residents who have lived here for decades and others that need a place to start over, staying only a few months. Our motto is, "Do Some Good" and is something we see our residents and community do daily!
Some of our residents and staff at The Good Samaritan Home!