The process to become a resident of our home begins with a phone call from a family member, social service professional or a community outreach coordinator.
After an exchange of information about The Marshall Home for Men and the prospective resident, we then extend an invitation to visit.
A placement interview and tour of the home is the last step in the admission process. Interviews can be conducted in a hospital, nursing home or social service office for men who are unable to visit our facility.
To be eligible to become a Marshall Home resident, you must be:
- Alcohol- and drug-free (at least 6 months of sobriety)
- Ambulatory (canes and walkers welcome)
- Free of communicable disease
- Not requiring administration of oxygen
Prospective residents must also have had a recent TB test or chest X-Ray. Men with slight memory loss, mental disorders and mild physical disabilities are welcome.