A community unlike any other
We lead from the heart, not the bottom line…
Our residences, programs and care are exceptional, award-winning and progressive. Our staff has a genuine and natural “heart to serve” and provides residents a safe, stimulating and soul-nurturing community as they age. Independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation and a Memory Care Center that offers three distinct tiers of memory support are all on the same campus, uniquely under one roof.
Unlike senior residences with sky-high buy-in fees, Central Baptist Village is a rental community.View Gallery
Inspired by faith, Central Baptist Village’s mission is to serve and celebrate seniors.
Founded in 1896, our “Village” is an award-winning, nonprofit senior living community with independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, short-term rehabilitation and three tiers of residential memory support, care and programs. We welcome seniors of all faiths, meeting their specific needs and celebrating their individuality, passions and goals.
No matter what their role is at Central Baptist Village, our staff is among the best in their field and united in their desire to create an exceptional place for older adults to live. Each member of our team is passionate, service focused and committed to caring for our residents throughout their transitions of aging. The complete well-being of each resident is our primary focus and drives everything we do.
CBV Board of Directors
“You can tell they have a careful hiring process because the staff are exceptionally competent and compassionate!”
Daughter of CBV Resident
Close to everything
Central Baptist Village is located on a beautiful, 10-acre campus in residential Norridge, less than 20 miles northwest of Chicago’s cultural scene. Its close proximity makes possible excursions to popular destinations like Wrigley Field, the Magnificent Mile, the Art Institute of Chicago, Botanic Gardens, The Goodman and Steppenwolf Theatres, Chicago Symphony and much more.
A founder and spiritual leader of German Baptist churches in the Chicago and the Midwest, Reverend Jacob Meier was determined to create “a home for the aged and helpless.” His dream was realized in May of 1896 when its first residents, three elderly men and one woman, moved into a remodeled private home at 1851 N. Spaulding Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.Learn More