- Skilled Nursing
- Adult Day Health Care
- Geriatric Care Management
Delivering state-of-the-art care with heart and soul. This is the mission of the Diocesan Health Facilities. Founded in 1939 by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River, our non-profit mission-based organization is dedicated to helping adults of all ages maintain the highest quality of life possible by addressing their physical and emotional needs, while fostering spiritual well-being.
Our holistic approach embraces the signature beliefs that life is precious, that each individual deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, and that the professional care we provide be defined by its compassion and attention to a higher purpose.
The Diocesan Health Facilities group serves Bristol County in Southeastern Massachusetts with a full spectrum of health care services. Our five skilled nursing centers comprise Catholic Memorial Home in Fall River, Madonna Manor in North Attleboro, Marian Manor in Taunton, Our Lady’s Haven in Fairhaven, and Sacred Heart Home in New Bedford. Additionally, we offer two innovative community-based programs that support independent living – Bethany House, providing adult day health care in Taunton, and EldersFirst, a geriatric health care consulting service designed to assist elders living at home.
We've got a new video which is an overview of our EldersFirst program. Serving all of Bristol County and surrounding areas, our unique program is designed to help seniors living at home maintain their independence while giving their loved ones peace of mind. Click above to watch!
It’s with great joy that we share news about our residents, staff, and volunteers in our quarterly newsletters, as each day they live their lives with compassion and dedication to each other. You can keep up on all the latest by subscribing to our regular online newsletter; click the "Newsletter SignUp" button here on our home page to get started!
Our own John Rogers, Alzheimer's Programming Director at Catholic Memorial Home in Fall River, MA, was a guest on the February 12 episode of the popular WSAR-AM podcast "The Silva Lining," hosted by Amy Silva Rigtrup, funeral director with Silva-Faria Funeral Homes. The episode, entitled "The Long Goodbye", was dedicated to a discussion of Alzheimer's issues and care, and also featured Rose M. Grant, author of "I Left My Memory on a Bus Somewhere." To listen to the podcast, click here.