A safe harbor where you live life at full sail. The Atrium at Navesink Harbor, Red Bank, NJ: a mission of security, stimulation and service.
To make a difference in the lives of the residents, families and communities we serve.
At The Atrium, our strategy is simple: put residents first. That’s not a mere slogan; it’s a way of life, backed by a Residents First satisfaction guarantee. We can make that promise because we’re part of the Springpoint family of Continuing Care Retirement Communities, New Jersey’s leading not-for-profit provider of senior housing and care. We can substantiate it with independent resident surveys that rank us among the top CCRCs in America; in fact, our Red Bank skilled nursing center was named one of the top 10 percent in the nation for resident satisfaction.
Springpoint builds on a history of dedicated care that began in 1912, when the American Baptist Churches opened The Navesink House, beginning a tradition of outstanding nursing care and secure senior living. By 1972, it had grown into a full Continuing Care Retirement Community. In 2006, The Atrium came under the Springpoint aegis and became a flagship community for style, comfort and security. When Springpoint took over, not one resident of The Navesink House had to leave, regardless of financial circumstances; all were given a choice of beautiful apartments.
We gave our community a beautiful renovation in 2009 and in 2013 we opened the doors to a major expansion, enhancing The Atrium everywhere from our amenities to our health care capabilities. Yet we will maintain the kind of intimate, individualized attention that caters to you in every detail.
Like all Springpoint communities, The Atrium has earned accreditation by an independent authority, CARF-CCAC, a distinction held by only 15% of CCRCs nationwide. This means The Atrium has met the most stringent standards, everywhere from sound financial practices to the quality of care. Visit our Red Bank, NJ community.
“When we came here, it was Navesink House. After our first year and a half, it was bought by Springpoint. As we learned about their plans to upgrade all the facilities, we said, ‘We certainly came to right place.’” - Mildred Schmidt, resident since 2004