Nestled on a Victorian estate with manicured lawns overlooking the Hudson River, Victoria Home is a state-certified, not-for-profit skilled nursing facility that exclusively accommodates 49 full-time male and female residents, of all races, colors and creeds.
Founded in 1915 by the Daughters of the British Empire (DBE) in the Eastern District of the United States, Victoria Home opened its doors with a clear mission: to provide the elderly with the highest levels of personalized care and attention, and the most comfortable, nurturing environment, during the twilight years of their lives.
And judging by the response of our residents and their families, we are meeting our goals every day. (Click here for testimonials)
As one of only four DBE-chartered Homes in the United States, our residents directly benefit from their long history of caring for the elderly. The DBE and its members are actively involved and tirelessly support the Home through fund raising and providing warm friendships and social activities for the residents.
And while Victoria Home continues to embody the values and ethics of its founders, admission to the Home is not limited only to those of British heritage. We are proud to say that we admit and treat all residents on a non-discriminatory basis in compliance with New York State and Federal Laws which prohibit discrimination based on race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual preference, marital status, blindness, disability, source of payment or sponsorship.