Find Faith-Inspired Living in a Caring Community

Welcome to Fairhaven, a United Church Homes Community

Much like the town of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Fairhaven is a caring, close-knit community where many residents know one another. Because of our longevity and quality reputation, multiple generations of families live and work here. Our residents and their families appreciate the level of care they receive as well as the continuity of care providers. In fact, our longest-term employee has served Fairhaven residents for 45 years.

But it’s more than the dedication of the employees and residents that make Fairhaven such a special place. It’s how Fairhaven is woven into the fabric of the larger Upper Sandusky community, through activities that create abundant life for its residents. It’s about empowering residents to experience:

  • Active community life
  • Purposeful living in mind, body and spirit
  • Faith-inspired programming
  • Freedom to do what you want each day
  • Respect for personal choice
  • A sense of belonging
  • Welcome and affirming culture

At Fairhaven, we schedule and provide transportation assistance for medical appointments for residents in every neighborhood. Our robust life enrichment program pairs residents with elementary school pen pals and offers outings for shopping and dining. For residents who prefer to stay at home, a volunteer shopper can pick up and deliver needed items. Many residents enjoy browsing the Fairhaven gift shop for cards, snacks or small items.

Welcome home to Fairhaven!

Events and Monthly Activities


Caring for the Caregiver Programs at Fairhaven

Health Services of Wyandot County and Fairhaven Community host Caring for the Caregiver seminars the third Tuesday of every month at 4:00 p.m. in the Fairhaven conference room. Learn how to take time for yourself and meet other caregivers in the area.

For more information, please contact Sandy Vent from Health Services of Wyandot County at 419.294.5787 or sandyvent@sbcglobal.net or Ann Osborn from Fairhaven at 419.294.4973 or anng@uchinc.org.

When: Third Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m.

Where: Fairhaven Community Conference Room

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About Fairhaven

Fairhaven offers a full range of lifestyle and healthcare services.

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About the Community

Located in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Fairhaven Community has a rich history of providing exceptional housing options and amenities for older adults. As the first United Church Homes community, Fairhaven was established in 1920 to house seven residents. While the community serves many more residents today, Fairhaven seamlessly blends small-town charm and values with innovative lifestyle offerings and person-directed care.

Through a recent campus renovation, our community offers neighborhoods for assisted living, skilled nursing, Fast Track Rehab and memory care.

Our faith-inspired atmosphere celebrates the journey of living by empowering our residents and families to make choices that create the home and community they want for themselves and their loved ones. At Fairhaven, we focus on experiencing all that life has to offer —physically, emotionally and spiritually. Choice. Flexibility. Freedom. It’s all yours at Fairhaven Community.

Community Amenities

  • Picturesque, well-established campus
  • Restaurant-style dining served in well-appointed dining rooms
  • Full-time chaplain and onsite chapel
  • Full community calendar of life enrichment activities
  • Many amenities included in monthly fee
  • Onsite beauty and barber salon
  • Onsite crafts and hobby rooms
  • Onsite library
  • Scheduled outings and transportation
  • Small-pet friendly
  • SAGECare certified to meet the needs of LGBT older adults
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To learn more, call (419) 294-4973 or contact us today to schedule your visit.

Leadership Team

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    Jean Smith, LNHA
    Administrator

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    Karen Webb, RN
    Director of Nursing

  • aBeth-Montgomery

    Beth Montgomery
    LISW, CEAL
    Assisted Living Director

  • aKara-Orians

    Kara Orians
    Director of Activities
    Memory Care Coordinator

  • aAnn-Osborn

    Ann Osborn
    Marketing Director

  • aLindsey-Lewis

    Lindsey Lewis
    Human Resources Manager

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    Rev. Dr. Becky King
    Chaplain

  • aJennifer-Koge

    Jennifer Koge, RN
    Staff Development Coordinator

Latest Community News

Homemade Masks for United Church Homes Communities

As the nation prepares for a surge in COVID-19 cases, more people are dusting off their sewing machines and making masks to support healthcare workers on the front line. For months, public health officials have said healthy people should not wear masks to protect themselves from coronavirus. However, experts are now reversing earlier decisions. Many are now agreeing that masks may help to prevent the spread of infection, especially when used on those who are suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19. sewing cloth masks

Commercially made masks are difficult, if not impossible, to find in stores. While healthcare workers must use commercially made masks, older adults and others can use homemade masks. Studies of mask use to prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses show a simple mask can lower the risk of infection.

PPE and Homemade Masks

If you have unopened medical supplies, including N95 masks or standard surgical masks, United Church Homes welcomes donations to all our skilled nursing communities.

If you’d like to make cloth masks to help protect UCH residents and staff, download a pattern and instructions for our preferred homemade mask.

Find out other ways you can help here.

Please call the UCH community closest to you to set up arrangements for getting your donation to our residents and staff. Thank you in advance for your generosity!


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