Charlotte Hall Veterans Home has been proudly “Serving Those Who Served” since 1985. The Home is situated on 126 beautiful acres in St. Mary’s County, and offers and a continuum of care from the 168-bed assisted living program to the 286-bed skilled nursing program. Charlotte Hall Veterans Home also offers memory care in secure units. The Home is Medicare/Medicaid certified, and all veterans receive a per diem subsidy from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs that reduces their cost of care. The Home is inspected annually, as required by the Office of Health Care Quality, MD Dept. of Health & Mental Hygiene, and by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Our vision is to continually develop and deliver a safe, dignified and compassionate health care system; and provide a nurturing and engaging home environment for Maryland’s veterans and eligible spouses.
Why Select Charlotte Hall Veterans Home?
More Affordable - As a benefit of residing in a certified State Veterans Home, veterans who need nursing home or assisted living care are entitled to receive a per diem grant from the US Department of Veterans Affairs towards their cost of care. This benefit is used to lower the veteran’s out of pocket expenses. Needless to say, this enables veterans and their families to save significantly.
On-Site Medical Services - CHVH provides on-site medical services including Physicians, Rehabilitation, Dentistry, Optometry and Podiatry.
On-Site Pharmacy - New in early 2015 will be an on-site Pharmacy and Pharmacist which will improve the quality of services, reduce waste, and provide readily available pharmacist support on a daily basis.
Quality Care - The Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs works closely with the management contractor’s staff to ensure our veterans receive the best care possible in a clean, caring environment. The staff understands and respects the sacrifices veterans have made and “Serving Those Who Served” is a privilege.
Charlotte Hall Veterans Home first opened its doors to accept veteran residents on January 29, 1985. Building additions followed but, overall, the structure and supporting systems are aging. It is important to keep focused on the age and condition of the building and support systems in order to maintain a facility that provides a safe and secure residence for the veterans and qualified spouses.
"My dad was cared for in Charlotte Hall Veterans Home between the end of July 2013 until his passing on November 10th. Over and over again my sister and I were impressed with the care and dedication of various staff members at Charlotte Hall. Even very young aides had the sense that the men and women they cared for were owed a debt of gratitude for their service to our country and it was their honor to care for them. Staff were tender and patient with our dad, efficient and thorough. They even cared for my sister and me in asking us if there was anything they could do for us when we were there which in the last month of Dad's life was frequently. We're very grateful to the staff on 3C and 2B for caring for Dad. What was painfully difficult to begin with was eased by their work and attitudes. We knew Dad was well cared for. Thank you."
"We are so glad we decided to choose Charlotte Hall Veterans Home. The Administrative Support is superb. The entire facility is wonderfully maintained and clean. We truly appreciate your compassionate approach in supporting both Dad and us. We cannot say enough good things about the staff members who provided Dad's daily care."
The Little Family
"Forever grateful for your kindness in everything."
Robert and Gloria Beckett
“I would be EVER so much more concerned about Dad, if he didn't have your kind words and advice. Thank you for being there. Your counseling is truly one of the best aspects of Dad's being in Charlotte Hall!”