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An innovative alternative to skilled nursing care in Tazewell County

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Apartment-style living with the daily personal care you need.

Just 12 miles from Peoria in beautiful Washington, Illinois, Supportive Living of Washington provides qualifying lower-income older adults, who would otherwise need long-term skilled nursing care, a way to live with more independence in a safe, comfortable and values-based setting.

Served by people who care.

These are extraordinary times. And we want you to be confident that your loved ones will be comfortable, happy and secure with care provided by skilled and dedicated people they know and trust.

Promoting independence, enriching lives.

Combining apartment-style living with high-quality personal care and services, Supportive Living of Washington provides a welcoming and dedicated environment. Our trained associates are dedicated to providing the highest-level of personalized care.

We are still welcoming new residents! Call us to learn more.

Private Apartments.

Each cozy, maintenance-free, one-bedroom apartment offers beautiful views and comes with a kitchenette, wheelchair-accessible bathroom, ample closet space and phone/cable hookups. Housekeeping and laundry services are included. Our community is staffed 24/7.

Services and Amenities.

Friendly associates provide daily assistance with such things as bathing, grooming and help with medications. Residents enjoy three delicious daily meals, scheduled transportation, worship services and on-site chaplain, lots of engaging daily activities, beauty salon and barbershop, and pharmacy services. We’re also close to shopping, restaurants, healthcare providers and churches.

Hope on the Horizon.

Thank you for your support.

During this challenging time, we’re gratified of the wonderful support and cooperation from our residents and families. Here are only a few examples: 

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Admission Requirements

  • Are 65 years of age or older or 55 years of age and older and disabled
  • Are certified by Illinois as requiring a nursing-facility level of care 
  • Have completed a “Determination of Need” screening
  • Have not been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, serious mental illness or developmental disability
  • Have had a negative tuberculosis test in the past 60 days

For the latest community news and information, call our Coronavirus Information Hotline at 217-732-5141, or email us at

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