The Center

It is a home, a sanctuary, a business, a blessing. But the Mary Campbell Center goes far beyond any of those things. The Mary Campbell Center is a phenomenal entity that lives because a few friends decided to give it life.

The Center is a place for people to live and grow. It is a place for people to improve themselves, to forget their handicaps for a moment and realize that they can contribute a part of themselves to this world.

The Mary Campbell Center provides long-term, short-term, and temporary respite care for individuals with handicaps such as cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis, mental retardation, and post trauma injuries.

The complex sits on 10 acres of land and the actual facility is over 50,000 feet of residential care units and specialized facilities. The building is designed for free movement of wheelchairs including access to bathrooms, doors, windows, and telephone as well as other attributes.

The Center is equipped with an aquatics center, learning center with a computer room and Internet access, library, massage therapy room, and an Outdoor Learning Center. We provide physical, speech, and occupational therapies, to name a few. In addition, the Center provides skilled care in its Zee Wing along with a training kitchen, grooming center, dining areas, and children and youth programs.

The Mary Campbell Center is a non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable organization that receives funding from fees, Medicaid, foundations, individuals, grants, and groups. The Mary Campbell Center is overseen by a Board of Directors who are actively involved in supporting The Center.

"We've come a long way since Chuck and Charm Welch had their dream for The Mary Campbell Center." ~ Joseph J. Picciotti, Jr., Founder