The Mary Campbell Center has four residential wings which we call neighborhoods: Charmie Lane, Comfort Zone, Farmhouse Lane and EZee Street. The neighborhood concept offers residents a sense of homelike identity and consistency in staffing support. Residents in each neighborhood meet monthly to plan activities, events, and trips. Friendly competitions between neighborhoods such as bowling tournaments and costume contests include neighborhood staff and are fun ways to promote teamwork.

Charmie Lane

In honor of Charmie Welch, who was the inspiration for the vision, concept and creation of the Mary Campbell Center.

Comfort Zone

Comfort: a feeling that is felt by both residents and their families while receiving care at The Mary Campbell Center.

Farmhouse Lane

A nod to the farmhouse and land owned by Amos, Mary and their daughter Evelyn Campbell, which eventually became the grounds for The Mary Campbell Center.

EZee Street

A skilled nursing wing dedicated and named after one of MCC’s founders, Barbara Z. Holmes.

Snoezelen Room

The Snoezelen Room is a unique multi-sensory environment that calms or stimulates through light, sound, smell, and texture, according to individual needs. The Snoezelen Room was donated by the ADK Sorority who host annual fundraisers that benefits the residents.

Aquatics Center

The Joseph J. Picciotti, Jr. Hydrotherapy Center was constructed as a state-of-the-art facility to promote ability and relaxation. The 900+ square foot swimming pool features a moveable floor which can be raised and lowered to accommodate the widest possible range of ages and program uses. The adjoining therapy pool is used to promote flexibility as well as relaxation. Both pools are accessed with an overhead lift system for safety and comfort. The facility is available for residents, participants in the Children & Youth Program, and members of the local community.

"I told my Mom and Dad in 1987 that The Mary Campbell Center was my dream home and one day I wanted to live there. When I came to MCC it changed my whole life. Living here has helped me cope in a big world. I never knew MCC would give me a new outlook on life, a new future, and a new beginning. I really love living here."
Julia H.