Successful Aging is our way of life at St. Monica’s
St. Monica’s Senior Living has been serving the community of Racine, Wisconsin since 1971 and is located on 42 acres along the Root River. St. Monica’s is home to over 90 residents where they enjoy an enhanced living experience and person centered care to meet their medical needs. With our round the clock RN, support staff and security, care is always within reach in our home.
Video: This is St. Monica’s
Hear from our residents, their families and our staff talk about what St. Monica’s means to them.
An Aging in Place Philosophy
At St. Monica’s our residents come first. We strive for providing the best possible care for each and every one of our residents. With our enhanced senior living experiences and security St. Monica’s supports medical needs in a ‘personal centered care’ manner. We recognize that each person is a unique individual and has unique medical needs.
Our residents are safe and secure day and night. Staffed with RN’s and compassionate support staff round the clock, care is always within reach. We partner with other agencies to provide all the care that you need, whether utilizing the wander management system for those with memory care needs to those in need of hospice, we are here to support our residents each and every need. It is all a part of our comprehensive approach to care.
St. Monica’s can be your forever home. At St. Monica’s we believe in providing an Aging in Place philosophy. This means you or your loved one may be able to stay at St. Monica’s Senior Living throughout your life. As a non-profit, we work with residents and their families to make sure that when you come to St. Monica’s you can be secure that this will be your home.
Spirituality at St. Monica’s
Your life at St. Monica’s Senior Living will allow you the opportunity to transform spiritually in a way that only age endows. You can find peace, you can find joy, you can find serene solitude, and you can find love in the way that suits you. Mature spiritually with us through peaceful contemplation in the chapel, participate in Catholic, Lutheran or Protestant services, reflect a while in the gardens, dive into a lively discussion during our weekly faith sharing group, or tell us you need some private time with our chaplain or talking to one of the Sisters in residence.