Our Episcopal roots run deep.
Exceptional retirement community living since 1919.
In 1919, the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey founded The Evergreens as a non-profit retirement home created to provide older people with the support, dignity and security of a residential health center. The first community, on a five-acre site, served just 15 residents. Today, we are a nondenominational community that caters to the individual, social, emotional, spiritual and physical needs of some 300 diverse residents.
Since 1949, The Evergreens has been located on the 32-acre site of the former Johnson family estate. Our beautiful wooded campus is ideally located in Moorestown, NJ, only a short hop from Philadelphia, New York and Atlantic City. New Jersey Magazine recently ranked our charming municipality “the top town in South Jersey.”
In 1994, The Evergreens attained Continuing Care Retirement Community status by adding independent living apartments to our campus. We have since evolved into one of the premier Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) in the Southern New Jersey/Philadelphia area. Our health care services have earned the highest ratings from state and federal agencies.
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