How You Can Make A Difference

Building A Legacy

Steeped in community support, CCHS has a rich history of providing the very best in professional, skilled care. From beautiful gardens for residents to enjoy, social programming to include art, game-time, live music & sing-alongs, weekly happy hour, spiritual services, transportation, or time in our fitness center, all require financial strength and assistance from outside donors. These opportunities, along with the passion and longevity of our team are what differentiates CCHS from the mass of corporately run senior living communities, and are the first impressions of this comfortable space our seniors call home.


Christian Community Homes & Services (CCHS) was born out of the desire and need to have a nursing home remain in Hudson, WI. Launched by the Hudson United Methodist Church and supported by the Hudson community, what began as a skilled nursing community for seniors, has now turned into a full campus that includes both long-term and transitional care, along with, independent living in WinterGreen, assisted living at Pine Ridge, and a secure and safe memory care in Pine Ridge Gardens.

Just north of Hudson, our story continues in the charming town of Osceola where CCHS offers skilled nursing and assisted living, both conveniently adjacent to the Osceola Medical Center. Additionally, Evergreen Senior Living is located just minutes away as an option for seniors choosing a social lifestyle with care services available, by request. The engaged team members of CCHS are nimble and able to customize care and attention for each of our residents, in the right way and time. 

Make it Personal; More ways to Give

Mission Forward Fund

Funds our greatest and most immediate needs to provide for our residents and mission on one or both of our campuses.

Helping Hands Scholarship Fund

Funds continuing education opportunities for current employees furthering their degrees in the healthcare field.

Friends Helping Friends Fund

Funds recognition and celebrations of employees, the recruitment of new staff, and emergency funds to employees in crisis.
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