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The mission of the Hebrew Home of Greater Washington is to provide quality care that respects Jewish values, particularly to those in greatest need. We are a local not-for-profit organization, and our doors are open to all in the community.

The mission of the Hebrew Home of Greater Washington is to provide quality care that respects Jewish values, particularly to those in greatest need. We are a local not-for-profit organization, and our doors are open to all in the community.

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We offer expert rehabilitation and compassionate long-term care, backed by full-time, on-staff, on-site physicians. Our focus: respecting individual dignity and choices.

2015 Events

It’s easy to be part of our community of caring while supporting Charles E. Smith Life Communities. Join us at one of our upcoming events.

    2015, March LifeTimes
    2015 CESLC Campus Video - Graphic
    2015 Post-Acute Care video - graphic

 

 

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News

It's not too early to talk about end-of-life decisions. Washington Jewish Week

ElderSAFE is Sound. Gazette.Net

U.S. News & World Report included Hebrew Home of Greater Washington on its list of Best Nursing Homes 2014.

Best of Bethesda, 20152015 Bethesda Magazine's Readers' Pick:
Charles E. Smith Life Communities named "A Top Vote Getter, Best Senior Community."

Volunteer

2015 A. Hammer & H. Schneiberg, 2015 Vol. LuncheonArnold Hammer, left, and Harold Schneiberg, leaders of the Men's Shmooze Group, received the Kitty Davis Award at the 2015 Volunteer Recognition Luncheon. Enjoy congratulatory comments and Harold's and Arnie's acceptance remarks about the rewards of volunteering with the elderly.