Located on a leafy 10-acre campus in suburban Wilmington, Delaware, The Mary Campbell Center is an intermediate long-term care facility serving people with disabilities and their families. Opened in 1976, The Center has a rich history of significant growth, from its physical plant to the number of programs it offers and population it serves. Home to 68 full-time Residents, The Center also provides short-term respite care, day programs, and events, clubs, and summer camps for children and young adults with disabilities.

MCC is a completely unique facility. It’s not a nursing home, but rather, a loving home complemented with state-of-the-art assistive technology, expansive aquatic and physical development and therapy services, a devoted health care team, and the creative energy of activity and recreation specialists. Its funding is derived from Medicaid, private sources, and the generosity of foundations, friends, and donors who believe in its mission, vision, and values.