Spirit, sharing and caring
The essence of The Village at Rockville
Do you remember a time gone by, a time of concerts on the Town Green when neighbors were more than neighbors—they were friends? This piece of small-town Americana is alive at The Village at Rockville--A National Lutheran Community (formerly known as The National Lutheran Home).
A place where neighbors are active, are there when you need them and care about you. Spiritual life is our anchor; our 150-seat chapel is its heart and people of all faiths are welcome. Neighbors gather to play cards, sing in the choir, learn a new language or discover a new talent, and take trips to nearby arts and historical landmarks. A sign of the community's vitality is the residents' deep sense of civic-mindedness, volunteering at The Village at Rockville and in the greater community.
The Village at Rockville also offers a feeling of security, with a long-standing commitment of serving seniors since 1890.
High-technology, high-touch services
For more than 120-years, we've helped people plan for the future, and we apply the same vision to our whole community. We're about to enhance our traditional strengths—skilled nursing and rehabilitation—with more services to better meet the needs of today's seniors. With new home and community-based services, as well as assisted living, we're reinforcing those capabilities with high technology: the latest in home health monitoring and communications systems. Equally important, we're reaching out to ministry and community partners in the region to share services and activities.
Call (866) 805-1563 or contact us online to discover how our story can enrich the next chapter of your life.