Frequently Asked Assisted Living & Health Care Questions
Q: Do I have to be a Carroll Lutheran Village resident to come to the Health Care Center or Diven House?
A: Absolutely not! While Village residents have priority access to the Health Care Center and Diven House, anyone from the greater community may come here for short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, memory care or assisted living.
Q: Is there an entrance fee for assisted living in the Diven House?
A: No. There is only a small, one-time application fee. Monthly fees are assessed based on the services each person requires.
Q: What kind of medical care is available at the Health Care Center?
A: Carroll Lutheran Village is fortunate to have on-campus medical care. Specialists visit regularly, and the Village has both in-patient and out-patient rehabilitation services as well as a registered dietician and a staff of social workers.
Q: Do you accept Medicare and/or Medicaid?
A: Carroll Lutheran Village is approved for and accepts Medicare and Medicaid for skilled nursing services in the Health Care Center. Typically, assisted living services are not eligible for either program.
Q: Do you require long-term care insurance?
A: While long-term care insurance can be helpful, it is not required.
Q: When are visiting hours?
A: Visitors are welcome any time at the Diven House and in the Health Care Center. This is your home, so your family and friends are welcome to stop by to see you anytime.
Contact the Admissions Coordinator at 443-605-1067 or CLVadmissions@clvillage.org to learn more or schedule a tour.