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Jenkins Campus

The Jenkins Senior Living Community is Maryland’s first senior community to offer options to low and moderate income individuals for independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing care, rehabilitation, and medical day care.

The Jenkins Senior Living Community is located on 25 beautiful acres in southwest Baltimore City and is home to more than 400 seniors. Our community includes two senior apartment buildings with services, St. Joachim House and DePaul House; St. Ann Adult Day Services; Caritas House Assisted Living; St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation and Nursing Center and Answers for the Aging, a free telephone information and referral service. In addition, we operate the Cherry Hill Senior Center located in the Cherry Hill Town Center.

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Over the years, our dedicated staff, friends, families, donors and volunteers have played a vital role in helping us provide innovative quality care with compassion, excellence and integrity. An important element of our success is our focus on person-centered life that encourages elders to make choices in every aspect of daily living. We have created a home here in the Jenkins Community, offering a harmonious and pleasant life for the elders who live in our neighborhoods, for the staff who work here and for the family members who visit.

Founded in 1927, the Jenkins Senior Living Community includes both residential and health care services that address the changing needs of seniors as they age. Our goal is to give seniors the opportunity to “age in place” by providing an array of services. All of the programs in the community are linked by enclosed, connecting hallways. Pastoral care is available at all the Jenkins facilities.

A board-certified internist and geriatrician, as well as an adult nurse practitioner, have a practice on the campus to provide primary care to interested residents. The Jenkins Senior Living Community is Maryland’s first and only senior living community to offer a full continuum of senior care for those of low- to moderate- income.

Jenkins Senior Living Campus
3308 Benson Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21227

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Programs On Site

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DePaul House and St. Joachim House together include 199 rent-assisted one- and two-bedroom apartments for seniors capable of living independently or with minimal supportive services. Residents may enroll in the Senior Support Services program that provides housekeeping, meals and personal care at minimal cost.

Caritas House Assisted Living provides a secure, homelike environment for residents unable to live independently. Residents have 24-hour access to nursing staff, complete meal service, housekeeping, assistance with activities of daily living, a complete program of recreational activities and access to physicians’ services. LEARN MORE>>

St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is a 162-bed facility providing high quality long- and short-term nursing and rehabilitative care. Services include geriatric rehabilitation, long-term care, a 30-bed memory care program and a Hospice program, as well as a full recreational program. LEARN MORE>>

St. Ann Adult Day Services is available for older adults who, for health and safety reasons, cannot remain home alone during the day. Open five days a week, the program provides structured, fun, stimulating activities for seniors as well as medication management and transportation. A full-time nurse and social worker are on duty, as well as an experienced and dedicated staff. LEARN MORE>>

Our care and concern for the needs of seniors and their caregivers includes a free telephone information and referral service – Answers for the Aging. LEARN MORE>>

Jenkins Campus

3308 Benson Ave, Baltimore, MD 21227

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Jenkins Campus in the News, Stories & Testimonials

Working to foster awareness and prevention of elder abuse

June 27th, 2018|

Baltimore City elected officials and advocates for older adults gathered at the Jenkins Senior Living Campus for a discussion and presentation as part of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15th. View TV news coverage.  

Becoming Myself Again

August 16th, 2017|

(l-r) Meg Otake, an occupational therapist, Virginia Mellendick and Gredrivus Valaitis, a physical therapist at St. Elizabeth. "On the 21st of May, I went into the Upper Chesapeake Hospital as a result of [...]

The Neighborhoods at St. Elizabeth

August 16th, 2017|

Charmaine Scalley gets a drink at the snack station that is accessible 24 hours a day. Any observer of the Neighborhoods at St. Elizabeth’s can see that it does not operate like a [...]

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