The 1 Best Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Crown Point, IN

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1. Wittenberg Village

1200 Luther Drive, Crown Point, IN 46307Continuing Care Retirement Community(CCRC)
About Events Foundation Employment Sunday Worship Service Welcoming family, friends, neighbors… all are invited to join Wittenberg Village residents and short-term rehabilitation patients for this weekly worship service of word, song and praise at Wittenberg Village’s Crown of Life Chapel. Services are led by Wittenberg Village Chaplain, Rev. Cory Wielert. Learn More > Sunday ...
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