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It Starts with Culture.

The United Church Homes culture is hard to describe, yet easy to feel.
We support work beliefs that promote engagement and employee empowerment.
Our employee experience intentionally focuses on working together as a team and family.

United Church Homes:  Careers with a Calling
#UCH4ALL

Our Vision, Mission and Core Values

Our Mission explains our reason to be: “To transform Aging by building a culture of community, wholeness and peace”.

Our Vision is a declaration of our dreams, our hopes and our potential: “United Church Homes: Where the Spirit creates Abundant Life in Community.

Our Core Values define our beliefs, priorities and philosophies: Compassion, Hospitality, Respect, Integrity, Stewardship, and Transparency.

We are mission driven. Are you?

Community

Wholeness

Peace

Care Community Locations

United Church Homes has been compassionately serving older adults for over 100 years. Based predominantly within Ohio and surrounding states our care communities generally consist of residential living, assisted living, skilled nursing, and memory care. Each community provides a comprehensive array of services with options for every level of care and offer a variety of clinical, culinary, environmental service and administrative employment opportunities.

Our most critical staffing needs are found within the nursing department and we continually recruit for high quality nursing assistants, licensed practical nurses (LPN), and registered nurses (RN).   The interactive map highlights the location and HR manager at each of our healthcare communities.

Affordable Housing Locations

United Church Homes is proud to provide affordable housing for older adults who fall below federal income qualification thresholds. Our 60+ communities located across 13 states allow us to meet the housing needs of seniors on a nationwide basis.

In each of our communities, we employ housing managers, maintenance staff, and in some cases,  administration staff. Each point on the map signifies one of our affordable housing communities.

Our nationwide, affordable housing locations

Explore the Perks

From affordable medical-dental-vision, career development opportunities, to offering you a holiday gift, we've got the perks!

A career with United Church Homes goes well beyond your rate of pay. United Church Homes is proud to share our benefits information with you. We keep the cost low for you while offering top notch coverage. We offer a remarkable plan with many options including an opportunity to lower your premiums even more by participating in wellness programs…win-win!

PTO BANK with roll over • L.E.A.D.S. Leadership Development Program • Career Path Development • Goal Based Incentive Pay • Holiday Gifts • PTO Cash-In • Personalized Training Options • Paperless – Tech savvy work environment • Supplemental and Discounted Insurance • Flexible Scheduling • Flexible Spending Account • Tuition Reimbursement • Scholarship Opportunities • Loan Reimbursement • Cloud-Based Scheduling Software • Servant Leadership Work Environment • Retirement Account with Match • College Savings Account  • Free Employee Assistance Program for staff and their dependents •  and MORE!

United Church Homes is unapologetically inclusive.
Deal with it.

Hospitality: Welcome everyone.
We believe working to help all feel safe and at home builds a diverse community which we imagine to be radically open and inclusive of everyone.

Hebrews 13:2 "Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing that some have entertained angels without knowing it."

The communities of United Church Homes are open to everyone, regardless of race, gender expression or sexual identity, color, religion, sex, national original, age or disability.

The messages of love, compassion and peace are core tenets of our mission and the teachings of Jesus. It’s all part of our extravagant welcome at United Church Homes.

Our doors are open and affirming to everyone.

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We Share the L.U.V.

THANK YOU! We appreciate what you do!

United Church Homes communities thank our staff in many ways. One of the most significant is our L.U.V. Award. Our L.U.V. Award recognizes and honors staff members who demonstrate the highest commitment to United Church Homes’ core values of Compassion, Hospitality, Respect, Integrity, Stewardship and Transparency.

Below are a few of our nominations for the 2017 L.U.V. Awards

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Shelly Sheets – Four Winds Community

“Shelly Sheets, along with the staff of Four Winds, (Apple Ridge), had a baby shower for a resident’s daughter. The staff recognized the need for this shower, as the resident has dementia and was unable to have a shower for her daughter. The resident’s family was very appreciative of this kind act and shared their thoughts and gratitude on Facebook.

~ Amanda

Bonnie Chesser – Harmar Place

“Bonnie started in 2008. Bonnie wears many hats and has done many different jobs. She works hard as a STNA. All of our coworkers can agree she is one of our top STNAs in the community. Bonnie is honest and shows integrity in all that she does. She truly understands that STNAs need to provide compassion and TLC as well as clinical skills. Bonnie is always learning new things and attempting to incorporate them into being a wise steward. Bonnie is helping create a warm homelike environment on their unit. She's a true steward of hospitality.”

~ Wendy

Danielle Thrasher – Harmar Place

“Danielle Thrasher has been a STNA since 2007. Since her start, her personal integrity quickly made it easy for staff to trust her. Her compassionate nature with her residents and families quickly taught them to trust her. Danielle excels so easily at hospitality to the point where it seems more like home when she's here. She is a quick learner who learn to read her residence like a book. She knows their moods, wants, needs, abilities and exactly how to help them. All the nurses know to go to Danielle if they have questions or need an opinion on something to do with her residents. Danielle is one of those nursing assistants that you pray your loved ones will have.”

~ Wendy

Shannon Persson – Parkvue

“Shannon was on her way home but stopped in the activities room because she hadn't seen one of her residents in a while. He had left his neighborhood to visit others in the community. She went to look for him and when he was located on a different neighborhood she brought him back smiling and joyful. It was impressive to see her love, care and concern for someone. She wouldn't leave until she knew he was safe.”

~Amy

Morgan Mohr – Patriot Ridge

“Late one evening, Morgan took the time to coax a resident stay up for a while. She went out of her way to make her comfortable and gave her positive encouragement. She went to the kitchen for extra snacks, offered a foot rub and other incentives. The resident stayed up and was happy. The resident also got to stay up and spend time with her husband for the first time in a very long time. Both were very happy.”

~Stacie

Top Reasons to Work in Nursing with Older Adults

An Internship with United Church Homes

From traditional internships, administrator in trainings and job shadows; United Church Homes will partner with you to enhance your education and awareness of aging services.

Listen to our Interns

All of our communities are learning communities.  If you are an educational institution looking for sites for learning, please contact Beth Craig.

Email: bcraig@uchinc.org
Office Phone: (937) 832-2395 Ext.2116

  • learning from a leader in older adult services.
  • partnering with a prominent and well known organization.
  • gain first hand exposure to real- world situations and a transparent education in working with older adults.
  • get access to our servant leaders and our innovative training that is supported by our organization.
  • the use of your skills, knowledge  and theoretical practice learned in the classroom in real life situations.
  • provides a positive learning environment for those with varied experience of the professional world.
  • will positively shape you professionally and personally.
  • will help develop your professional network.
  • areas of study; an internship will provide a chance to explore a true view of aging services.
  • have exposure to professionals in one regional area, but many professionals all over the country.
  • relationships for your professional references.
  • Experience! Internships are the perfect way to enhance your resume through relevant experiences.

In Our Own Words

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