A Small-Town Feel in a Full-Service Senior Living Community in Canal Fulton, Ohio

Welcome to The Chapel Hill, a United Church Homes Community

At Chapel Hill Senior Living Community, our beautiful country campus is surrounded by nature. When you look out the windows you’ll see hills, trees and a pretty pond, yet you’re still just a short drive from charming and historic downtown Canal Fulton, Ohio. Our Life Plan Community offers options for every stage of life, whether you’re looking for a retirement community or long-term care.

Chapel Hill Senior Living Community

Our vibrant and established community has a true sense of family and heritage. In fact, we have generations of families living here! Our active residents enjoy the chance to explore a variety of interests, activities and friendships. Our experienced and committed staff members offer more than just a community — they offer a rich lifestyle which focuses on helping each resident achieve peace, joy and a purpose-filled quality of life.

You’ll feel right at home here. We can’t wait to welcome you to our community at Chapel Hill!

Receive one month free rent plus up to $1,000 in moving expenses when you sign a contract by June 30, 2021.

Call (330) 854-4177 to schedule your visit.

Senior Living Options

Senior Living Options

Choose the living type and layout that fits your needs!

Your Living Options

Senior Community Amenities

Senior Community

Our amenities cater to your lifestyle. You decide what you want!

What’s Included?

About Chapel Hill in Canal Fulton

Chapel Hill Canal Fulton, Ohio

Chapel Hill offers a full range of lifestyle and healthcare services.

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About Our Senior Living Community

Senior Living Community

Chapel Hill is a full-service Life Plan Community in Canal Fulton, Ohio. Whether you’re looking for independent living, assisted living, long-term, rehabilitative or memory care, we’re here to serve you.

We focus on holistic care — physical, intellectual and spiritual — that’s person-directed. When medical care is needed, our expert staff is dedicated to helping you and your loved ones receive the highest quality care in a peaceful atmosphere.

Independent Living at Chapel Hill

Are you ready to trade home maintenance and yard work to do the things that you enjoy most? Maybe independent living at Chapel Hill Community sounds appealing, but you have questions. How much will it cost? How will you downsize your belongings? How will your life change?

At Chapel Hill, you’ll gain the perfect blend of maintenance-free living in a trusted, vibrant community. When you add life enrichment activities, fine dining and recreational programs, as well as proximity to local shopping and amenities, then you have just about everything you ever wanted in a retirement community.

I don’t want to give up my daily routine. I like my independence. Are these reasons you list for not moving to a senior living community? Independent living at Chapel Hill means enjoying the freedom to do what you want, when you want. It’s all on your terms!

Contact Us

Contact Chapel Hill

To learn more about Chapel Hill,
call (330) 854-4177, or contact us to schedule your visit today.

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Senior Living Community Amenities

  • Gorgeous cottages available in a scenic setting
  • Close to shopping, restaurants and the historic Towpath Trail for walking and biking
  • Restaurant-style dining with a la carte options for every meal
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapy available seven days a week
  • Scheduled outings and transportation assistance
  • Full community calendar of life enrichment activities
  • Faith-inspired community with full-time chaplain
  • Chapel that seats over 100
  • Music & Memory program
  • Opening Minds through Art program
  • SAGECare certified to meet the needs of LGBT older adults
  • Comfort Matters® accreditation
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Visit Chapel Hill today!
To learn more, call (330) 854-4177 or contact us to schedule your visit today.

Leadership Team

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    Debra Durbin, RN, MBA
    Executive Director

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    Rev. Erin Proie
    Chaplain

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    Jerry Martin, LPN
    Director of Marketing

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    Cheryl Baughman
    Business Office Manager

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    Marc Dye, RN
    Director of Nursing

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    Josh Kerr, LNHA
    Assistant Administrator

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    Jennifer Conley
    Director of Human Resources

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    Shawn Harkless
    Admissions Coordinator

Latest Community News

Chapel Hill Community Adapts to Pandemic Challenges with Intergenerational Relationships and Technology

The pandemic taught humanity a lot of valuable lessons, but arguably the most important was how it taught Chapel Hill Community to adapt quickly in providing successful activities and life enrichment to its seniors. Resident paints virtually

John Wooden, one of the winningest NCAA basketball coaches said, “If we fail to adapt, we fail to move forward.” Over the course of the pandemic, Reverend Erin Proie, chaplain at Chapel Hill Community in Canal Fulton, and three local volunteers did just that. Together they created a virtual version of Opening Minds Through Art (OMA), an intergenerational art-making program for older adults with neurocognitive disorders, such as dementia. OMA, typically done in-person with a facilitator and a class, engages adult students by building friendships between facilitators and residents with dementia through art making. Together, the three OMA facilitators co-founded Promoting Art and Intergenerational Relationships (PAIR). worked with three art therapy students from Ursuline College to pilot PAIR, a 14-week program where the co-founders interact with the students and residents at Chapel Hill Community.

Over 14 weeks, three Chapel Hill residents per week worked on a total of eight projects. The students led the art projects entirely using the virtual platform, Zoom. Reverend Proie set up the iPad and supplies for the residents so when the Zoom meetings began, they were ready to get creative.

Painting Class

“It has been amazing for our residents who have been able to participate and very meaningful to the students and their college education,” said Rev. Proie, “We have been learning and adapting along the way, going from being set up for one-on-one in the rooms during quarantine, to being set up two in a room with distancing and the use of break-out rooms on Zoom.”

Chapel Hill and PAIR are nearing the end of this round of programing with one project remaining. During their final week, they plan to celebrate a successful pilot program by having tasty goodies.

Ashlee Cordell, PAIR co-founder, said the intergenerational relationships between the students and  residents were profoundly successful. “Since meeting with [the resident], I have felt more hopeful and inspired, which were two things I desperately needed.”


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