History

Christian Community Homes and Services (CCHS) has two senior living campuses located in Hudson, WI and Osceola, WI. CCHS is sponsored by the Hudson United Methodist Church and is a nonprofit, faith-based organization and is tax exempt by Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The original campus in Hudson opened its doors in June of 1981 after the previous nursing home in town closed. The Hudson United Methodist Church had formed a committee to raise funds to bring senior care back to the community. Today, the Hudson campus offers senior housing, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation.

The Osceola campus opened its doors in November of 2011 after CCHS and the Osceola Medical Center (OMC) formed a partnership to continue senior care in the community. It was as if history was repeating itself 28 years later. The nursing home in Osceola, L.O. Simenstad Nursing Care Unit, was closing its doors and leaving behind a 40 bed nursing home license. OMC reached out to CCHS to see if this opportunity was of interest to them. Between the 40 bed license, a 20 acre donation from OMC and the generosity of the community the Osceola campus became a reality.

Today, we offer 24-hour skilled nursing, short-term rehabilitation, out-patient therapy and assisted living. Our skilled nursing facility is 40 beds and is available to residents whose health conditions are complex and/or require frequent medical or nursing intervention. Our short-term rehabilitation in our skilled nursing facility is used to bridge the gap between hospitalization and returning home. Out-patient therapy services can be utilized by residents in our assisted living or those in the community. Our assisted living, Hearthside, is a 20 bed community based setting for seniors requiring various levels of assistance with activities of daily living.

We also have a remaining ten acres of land that will be used to grow our campus in the future.