8097 Hamilton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45231
Founded in 1966, The Christian Village at Mt. Healthy is located on 13 acres of land in suburban Cincinnati, on the outskirts of Mt. Healthy. We’re conveniently within minutes of a full array of restaurants, shopping, and medical providers. A short drive puts you within range of all the wonderful cultural, sports, and entertainment opportunities that Cincinnati has to offer. Because we’re locally owned, managed, and not-for-profit, we’re able to measure our success by your comfort and contentment. Our residents tell us this is a special place — a comfortable, relaxed, faith-filled community that welcomes everyone.
We offer a range of living options designed to meet your needs through every stage of life. From independent living to assisted living services, memory support services, rehabilitation services, and long-term nursing care services, we have what you need when you need it. Our range of options helps ensure peace of mind, knowing that as your health needs may change, our continuum of care will provide excellent health services right here in our community.
When it comes to activities, a wide range are available to suit your desired level of enjoyment. From a full calendar of on-site programs to exciting off-site excursions, fitness...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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Incredible facility, my mother is very happy, comfortable, &safe here, the facility is spotless, and the outside grounds are beautiful & relaxing. What a great, compassionate & caring staff, we highly recommend Mt. Healthy Christian Village!
The Christian Home was okay, but I did not like how their Independent Living looked like Assisted Living. Also, the place could use some major updating. When I went to the Assisted Living side, it looked like a nursing home. All of the rooms were shared rooms, there was little to no privacy.
I live out of town, but from what I saw from my tour and from what I've heard, things are going well. My father likes the meals and the place is very clean. So far we have no complaints and everything is going well.
Appt was at 4 but they didn't know I was coming. Kristyna apologized and we moved forward. They don't have any 2 bedroom units available. The one bedrooms-I'm not sure they will work for my parents. She did say they would remodel and connect two studios into one unit but again not sure if the space would be adequate. Price was comparable. Very nice, kind, accomodating folks. Did say they could help if we needed if money ran out.
Helpful, friendly, experienced, beautiful, comfortable...all these and more describe our experience in placing our brother in assisted living at Mt. Healthy Christian Home. We recommend it highly.
The enitire process from our first visit through finalizing and moving my dad in was excellent! Mt Healthy Christian Village is very sensitive to one's individual needs and concerns and very flexible and responsive.
On bus route but definitely older residents. Need to look up bus schedule to fit dining schedule...might be biggest drawback.
My friend is new to the community but everyone has been very caring and anxious to help from the admitting department to the nurses and even the maintenance staff. They go out of their way to make sure the patient is comfortable and family well informed. The atmosphere is "homey" and soothing. My only complaints are that 1)he is supposed to be using a CPAP machine for his sleep apnea, but no one has bothered to help him set it up. Not using it adds to his confusion and 2) I have been there 2 days in a row (twice) when he had the same clothes on. When I ask why, he says he's waiting for his shower. He's used to taking a shower daily and changing clothes. Without the shower, he doesn't think about clean clothes.
We did not have a positive experience with Mt Healthy. After being there only a day they sent my dad somewhere else for a week. After a month they asked him to leave. This was after they had interviewed my dad. They don't seem to have the staff to take care a person with Alzheimers. I never saw the staff doing anything with him.
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