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The Curtis Home was founded in 1884 by Lemuel Curtis, a Meriden industrialist. Initially caring for widows and orphans, The Curtis Home currently provides specialized care for the elderly from Greater Meriden, Wallingford, Cheshire Area and all of Connecticut.

The Curtis Home Elderly ProgramsThe Elderly Program encompasses four levels of care. Crown Terrace Apartments house those who live independently; the Residential Care Home offers gracious living quarters for residents in private rooms who enjoy taking their meals and socializing with others; and the St. Elizabeth Center specializes in skilled nursing care.

The Curtis Home Children's ProgramChildren's Program: Now managed by the Hartford Healthcare System, the Children's Programs continue to provide support in the following service areas:  Residential Treatment, Day Treatment, The  Cheshire School, Family Placement Program, and Safe Harbors.  With the exception of Safe Harbors, The Curtis Home still owns a majority of the facilities housing the Children's Program.

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380 Crown Street
Meriden, CT 06450-6497

Tel: 203.237.4338
Fax: 203.630.1127
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