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We’re a community of heart. And a community with a plan.

To date River Birch Living, a small-house assisted living model, has had ZERO COVID-19 cases. It is difficult to know that your loved one needs additional assistance, but you’re afraid for their well-being during this pandemic. If you’re concerned about safety for your loved one - safety from falls, safety for medication, safety for memory care, and safety for COVID-19, call River Birch Living and learn why this model of assisted living is the solution for you. View community brochure.

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Vaccine Clinics

Walgreens conducted our first COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Friday, January 8. Signed consent forms are required for the pharmacy to administer the vaccine. The vaccine requires two doses. The second dose will be given approximately 21 to 28 days after the first dose. See updated schedule.

Give them the care they need in a loving community that's Just Like Home.

As we continue to do everything we can to ensure we are here to care for residents and guests in our care, we ask that you also stay the course as the pandemic resurges in our communities. Please continue to practice all of these important COVID-19 safety precautions to keep yourself and others safe.

Currently, we can not allow in-person visits. For the latest community news and information, call our Coronavirus Information Hotline at 217-732-5141, or email us at

When you call us, you'll always be greeted with a smile.

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