The determination of an individual's need for personal care falls primarily with the individual and his or her family members. Often medical advice on this matter is received from personal physicians or other health-care professionals who are familiar with the individual's needs.
All residents at Marian Hall need assistance with certain activities of daily living, which we provide. Residents are required to be able to feed themselves and to be ambulatory within their own rooms. Use of walkers, canes and, in certain cases, wheelchairs can help meet this requirement.
Residents pay for their care at Marian Hall Home through a variety of methods, which fit into three major categories.
Private Financing: Individuals often have the personal financial resources to pay for all or part of their needed care.
Private Insurance: Some individuals have previously purchased long-term-policies, offered by some insurance companies, that subsidize all or part of their cost of care.
Government Programs: Some individuals are eligible for aid provided by local, state, and federal government agencies.
Our Administrator will help you determine the best course for financing your stay at Marian Hall Home. We are also happy to discuss the ways that many individuals are helping others at Marian Hall Home through charitable giving.
Most residents at Marian Hall Home are fully self-supported through their own assets. Personal insurance, long-term-care insurance, and social security benefits do help support the stays of certain individuals. As a licensed personal care facility, Marian Hall Home residents are not eligible for Medicare support for financing their stays.
In keeping with the values of the School Sisters of Saint Francis, Marian Hall Home does accept individuals in need of financial assistance. Some residents do access Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits to help finance their stays.
In addition, Marian Hall Home has established a Benevolent Care Fund to defray certain costs.
If you are in need of the care provided by Marian Hall, please contact us to arrange a visit. While you are here, we would be happy to discuss your unique financing arrangements.
If you or a family member would like to apply for residency now or for the future at Marian Hall, an Application for Admission is available on this website as a PDF document. Please print it, complete it, and forward it to us. Don't wait to apply, even if you believe your need will not be until sometime in the future. Once you are on our list, you will stay on it, even if you find you don't need admission when openings are available.
Download and print Application for Admission
In 2001, a Benevolent Care Fund (BCF) was established at Marian Hall to help support residents who are in most need of financial assistance. Results obtained to date have been very gratifying.
Oversight of the Benevolent Care Fund is provided by the Board of Directors of Marian Hall Home, Inc., with its financial accountability ascertained by the firm of Stelmack Dobransky & Eannace, LLC, Certified Public Accountants. Decisions about support for worthy recipients of the fund are made by the Administrator of Marian Hall Home. There are two primary sources for the fund:
Donations: Directed to the BCF by individuals or groups, these are often the result of experience with the services provided by Marian Hall. Memorial contributions honoring loved ones are frequently a source of support, as are masses offered in their names in our chapel.
Fundraisers: Held for the express purpose of building the BCF, such events often provide a secondary benefit to current residents.
If you are interested in helping the BCF through assistance with a fundraiser or if you would like to make a donation, please contact us or send your donation to the Marian Hall Benevolent Care Fund.