Located in the historic city of Carmi, Illinois, faith-based and not-for-profit Wabash Christian Village offers White County’s widest range of senior living options and exceptional healthcare, including long-term skilled nursing care, short-term rehabilitation and region’s only certified memory care neighborhood.
A secure place to live during these evolving times.
We’ve been a trusted partner for White County families since we opened
our doors. And you can rely on us to keep you or your loved ones safe, comfortable and cared for, today and tomorrow
Enjoy a wonderful lifestyle.
Come live a vibrant lifestyle in a warm Christian environment. You’ll make new friends and enjoy wonderful amenities, including wellness programs, freshly prepared meals, engaging activities and courtesy transportation. Our beautiful grounds feature walking paths, courtyards and a gazebo.
A community of purpose.
With strong church connections, we are actively engaged in our local community. We sponsor <WHO??>. And we’re involved with <HOW MANY> area churches <VOLUNTEERS??>. A full-time chaplain and spiritual support services are always available.
Top-ranked care services – all on-site.
We’re the region’s only faith-based, not-for-profit Life Plan Community. And that’s important, because if your needs ever change, you’ll have lifetime access to all of our high-quality care services, including short-term rehab, memory care and long-term skilled nursing care. Our goal is to encourage the highest possible level of independence at any age and for every need.
While visits to our campus are currently restricted, we are still welcoming new residents! Call us to learn more.
"We recently had a family member at Wabash Christian Village. The compassion the staff had with our loved one and our family was outstanding."
Gena H.S., Family of Resident
"The staff truly loves their residents! My mom absolutely loves it there! It feels like home to me every time I enter through their doors."
Laura B., Family of Resident
"My Aunt really feels at home with her new neighbors. The nurses and CNA’s were so wonderful to her and would stop by and speak with me each time I would visit. I really feel they have a calling for what they do."