As a not-for-profit
As a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Continuing Care Retirement Community, Covenant Place of Sumter, Inc. offers the perfect lifestyle options for those who enjoy their independence with security for the future. Covenant Place provides a range of lifestyle options, including Apartment Home Living, Assisted Living, Heartfelt Connections™ secured memory care, and Skilled Nursing Care. Covenant Place is also participant with Medicare Part B for outpatient rehabilitation, utilizing our state-of-the-art Marian Carey Rehabilitation Center.
As the only Continuing Care Retirement Community in the area, Covenant Place is a rental community with no buy-in fees or long-term contract. At Covenant Place our Board of Trustees, Life Care Services, and representatives from local sponsoring congregations work together to maintain our unique retirement community.
The Covenant Place Leadership Team is composed of well-trained and experienced professionals in long term care. They are dedicated to continuing the vision of our founders by providing the highest quality of care and fostering a vibrant retirement community at Covenant Place.
At Covenant Place in Sumter, we are dedicated to making mature adults and their loved ones feel right at home in their retirement community. The fine dining options we have available daily are just some of the many services and amenities we have to offer. Warm, home cooked meals are part of our specialty and allow for an extra sense of community. We serve restaurant-style breakfast, lunch, dinner, and of course, snacks and anything else one may need while in our care. Our team will make sure everything is provided at all of the right times and upon request.
At Covenant Place of Sumter, it is within our mission that all of our programs are designed and provided with the needs of senior adults in mind. This includes our wellness programming in which all activities are interconnected and contribute to healthy living. Our eight dimensions of wellness include: emotional, financial, intellectual, vocational, social, physical, environmental, and spiritual elements.
Maintaining an optimal level of wellness is crucial to live a higher quality of life. Wellness matters because everything we do relates to our overall well-being, in turn directly affecting our actions and emotions. It is important for everyone to achieve optimal wellness in order to subdue stress, reduce the risk of illness and ensure positivity.