Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing Care at Charlotte Hall Veterans Home
Charlotte Hall Veterans Home (CHVH) is a program within the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs and is the only veteran’s home in the State of Maryland. CHVH is a 454-bed facility providing a continuum of care from the 168-bed Assisted Living unit to a higher level of care in the 286-bed Skilled Nursing Home. Charlotte Hall Veterans Home also provides services for eligible spouses who are unable to take care of themselves due to age or disability. The Home provides the support and services required for shelter, sustenance, medical care, and social services necessary to maintain the resident's medical condition and quality of life.
Sharon Mattia, Director
29449 Charlotte Hall Road
Charlotte Hall, Maryland 20622
Phone (301) 884-8171
Fax (301) 884-8036
Levels of Care
Assisted Living Care
The Assisted Living program is designed to meet the needs of residents that require a minimum of assistance with their everyday activities of daily living and is intended to help maintain their independence. Residents receive room and board and primary medical.
Skilled Nursing Care
Skilled Nursing residents receive care appropriate for those with medical and behavioral issues beyond those that can be provided in Assisted Living. Within skilled nursing are two secure 42-bed units that provide specialized care for residents suffering from Alzheimer’s and other related dementias.
Eligibility Requirements for Admission
Listed below are the eligibility requirements for admission:
- Honorably discharged veteran of the United States Armed Forces or the legal spouse of a veteran eligible to be admitted to Charlotte Hall*
- Maryland resident
- Age 62 or older, unless disabled and unable to work
Although Charlotte Hall Veterans Home is a State of Maryland facility, the US Department of Veterans Affairs does pay a daily subsidy towards the cost of care for both assisted living and skilled nursing veterans. CHVH is both Medicare/Medicaid certified and surveyed annually by Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and US Department of Veterans Affairs to maintain certification in these programs.
Charlotte Hall Veterans Home considers it an honor and privilege to care for Maryland veterans and proudly “Serving Those Who Served”. For further information, visit the website at www.charhall.org or contact the Admissions Office at 301.884.8171 ext. 409 or email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
*The admission of non-veteran spouses must be at no cost to the State, except for Medicaid.