The Virginia Home provides loving, lifelong residential care to adults with permanent physical disabilities. Each member of our care team is committed to service with dignity, dedication, and compassion for the 130 residents who live here.
Ours is a private, non-profit organization licensed by the Commonwealth. Any Virginian over 18 years of age who is diagnosed with an irreversible physical disability and qualifies for nursing home care under the laws of Medicaid may seek admission to The Virginia Home. But this is more than a nursing home — much more.
One-half of the residents here are under age 50, and the staff-to-resident ratio is 1.8 to 1. The Virginia Home provides a broad range of restorative services, round-the-clock nursing care, personalized dietary and nutritional services, and individualized case management.
This is a home — a real home — with residents who work, go to school, and volunteer in the community. We attend religious services at The Home and in the community. We raise money for disaster relief and humanitarian efforts. We play bridge, attend concerts, listen to lectures from civic leaders, and bask in the beauty of Byrd Park. On Tuesdays The Virginia Home ‘Wolverines’ play hockey. On Thursdays the women get their nails done. On Fridays we head to Movie Night. We live our lives like you do, with friendship, love, laughter, and community.