Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Continuing Care Retirement Communities offer both residential housing and support services at multiple levels of care, typically at one campus location.

Continuing Care Communities include:

  • maintenance-free homes
  • assisted-living apartments
  • skilled nursing care, rehabilitation, memory support, and hospice care
  • prepared meals, housekeeping, 24-hour security, and transportation

Other amenities can include fitness facilities and personal training services.

UPMC’s Continuing Care Retirement Communities offer well-appointed residences with differing levels of support to fit each resident’s individual needs. Learn more about our four different retirement community locations within western Pennsylvania.

Located on a secluded hilltop, but close to retail shopping, Cumberland Woods Village embraces active living with a fitness center, and on-site movie theatre. As part of a continuing care retirement community, and a short walk to the services of UPMC Passavant, Cumberland Woods offers flexible pricing options.

Set on a tree-lined shore of the Allegheny River, Lighthouse Pointe Village at Chapel Harbor is a waterfront continuing care retirement community with a mix of well-appointed homes and parklets, with flexible pricing options and access to quality health care and wellness services. 

A beautifully landscaped hilltop campus, Seneca Hills Village, located near Penn Hills, is a continuing care retirement community offering dynamic and affordable retirement living, along with immediate access to quality health care services close by.

Considered Pittsburgh’s premier continuing care retirement community, Sherwood Oaks is located on 84 scenic acres in Cranberry Township, three miles from Cranberry Highlands Golf Course, and offers a fitness center, pool, on-site putting green, croquet, a bocce court, and a playground.

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