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A kinder, personalized approach to senior living in Cumberland County, Illinois

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We want to be your ‘go-to’ resource in Cumberland, Cole, Effingham and Shelby Counties. At Heartland, we care about you, your family and your future. We offer long-term skilled care, respite and hospice stays, as well as vibrant independent senior living, and GracePoint Short-Term Rehab. Our experienced staff focuses on your specific needs while providing the dignity and understanding you deserve. 

With a regional reputation for the highest quality of nursing care, Heartland Christian Village provides senior living and cost-effective healthcare options in a compassionate and home-like environment. As a faith-based not-for-profit, our aim is helping seniors of all ages maintain the best independence possible and encouraging their physical as well as spiritual well being. 

We take pride in being recognized by U.S. News and World Report for our skilled nursing care and we are as one of the best nursing homes in the state of Illinois. Count on Heartland Christian Village to help you or your loved ones to live and age better. When it makes sense—we are there for you.

Levels of Care at Heartland Christian Village

For more information about Heartland Christian Village, please fill out the contact form above or call us. We are here to help!


Have Questions?
Our knowledgeable staff is standing by to help.

Location:

101 Trowbridge Rd
Neoga, IL 62447

Phone:

(217) 294-6070

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Come visit our residents and support our troops by purchasing Girl Scout cookies.

Saturday, March 17th from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Heartland Christian Village, Neoga IL

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