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Ohio Veterans Homes

The Ohio Veterans Homes are a State of Ohio establishment comprised of three unique facilities – a nursing home located in Georgetown, Ohio (approximately 45 miles east of Cincinnati), and a nursing home and a domiciliary located in Sandusky, Ohio (approximately 60 miles west of Cleveland). Each one offers a quality of life which emphasizes privacy, encourages independence, provides comfort and security, and meets social needs.

The Georgetown Home is a licensed nursing home providing two levels of nursing care – standard care and special care (Alzheimer/ Dementia). The Sandusky Home, in addition to offering standard care and special care in its licensed nursing home, also offers Veterans Hall (DOM), a domiciliary for those who are able to function in an independent living situation, and DOM+ for those requiring very limited assistance (supervised care) but who do not require the level of care provided to nursing home residents.

 
Georgetown Home

Sandusky Home

Sandusky Domiciliary
OVH Cares for Veterans Regardless of the level of care required, Ohio Veterans Homes residents are provided the convenience of a small community and comforts of a home-like setting. We offer a quality of life, which emphasizes privacy, encourages independence, provides comfort and security, and meets social needs.
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