Artesia Christian Home
A non-profit, Continuing Care retirement community started by the Christian Reformed and Reformed Churches in the area
Since 1951, we have been providing Christ-Like compassionate care for the elderly through tangible acts of love in all areas and levels of care. We promote family living values and build on our residents strengths and interests. We are governed by a board of directors from our supporting churches in the area & we are open to all people regardless of race, color, or national origin.
To provide a continuum of high quality services to the faithful members of our supporting churches and to the community.
Is rooted in the Reformed Biblical perspective that by providing Christ-like compassionate care through tangible acts of love, we minister to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those we serve.
What We Have Achieved
- February 1959: We were named the Pilgrim's Convalescent Hospital.
- 1962-1970: We build our 21 Cottages.
- 1971: Grocery bill was $2,500.00 for 100 people.
- May 1987: Elroy VanderLey becomes the new Administrator.
- 1988: Artesia Christian Home became our official name.
- June 25, 2016: Ribbon Cutting was celebrated for the Memory Care Center