Good Shepherd Manor - as a non-profit our focus is on providing loving care.
Human Dignity Foundation started in 2009 with the purpose of building a better kind of residential environment for those who required care. It started with a community center from which volunteers went out to local care facilities to visit the residents. We usually found them sitting in their wheel chairs in the halls looking at the doors. We made many friends during these visits, as we looked for funding to build a better place. In 2012 we were able to obtain the house that would become Good Shepherd Manor. It required a complete remodel (including insulation, writing, plumbing, re-framing, and adding an addition). In addition, the spacious grounds required a lot of work to manage drainage. After two years in construction and licensing, we opened our doors in August of 2014 with a voluntary nurse manager, a resident caregiver, an additional caregiver, and our first resident. Since that time, our home has provided loving care for 6 residents at a time. Each one, has been very special to us.
In addition to the home, Human Dignity also provides meeting space and a durable medical goods bank for the community.