Trinity Health Senior Communities

Welcome home.

At Trinity Health Senior Communities, it’s all about you. Our residents define each and every one of our communities. That’s why every year more than 14,500 seniors choose to live or get better in one of our nearly 40 communities across the country. And we’re still growing. Come visit us. Experience our dynamic communities. You’ll see why Trinity Health Senior Communities is the preferred choice for seniors who don’t want to act their age.


Unique living for people like you

With senior living opportunities in ten states and a dedication to building communities that nurture the independent spirits of our residents, Trinity Health Senior Communities offers a variety of options for customized care, as well as an endless supply of fun activities. Perhaps you love to garden, are a sports fanatic, or looking for a meditation class to center yourself. We offer a range of resources to make all our communities accessible and enjoyable for everyone.

Specialized services

No matter what your needs are, physical or emotional, Trinity Health Senior Communities are designed to make it easy to get the support you need. Our focus is on community-organized events encouraging socialization, physical activity, and unique interests and hobbies, in addition to high-quality medical facilities and support for everyone. Our specialized services include:

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care
  • Rehabilitation and Wellness
  • Nursing Care
  • Subsidized Senior Apartments

Trinity Health Senior Communities makes it simple for you to find the perfect home, no matter your age, interests, or budget. Our compassionate staff is well trained and excited to come to work every day.

Complete our web inquiry form here, to get in contact with us today.

Resident/Staff Stories

I have lived in Ypsilanti for 51 years, and five of these years have been spent at The Village (aka St. Joseph’s Village). I am 87 years old and a widower with two daughters living in Florida with their families, whom I visit four or five times a year. Read More