Presbyterian Home of Maryland has proposed plans for Harford County’s first continuing care retirement community (CCRC). Check back regularly as we update this site with the latest news and information related to the proposed development.
About Carsins Run at Eva Mar
Carsins Run at Eva Mar will offer a unique “age-in-place” neighborhood with independent and assisted living residences plus advanced nursing and memory care all in one location. Planned amenities and services include:
Multiple dining facilities and a pub
Wellness and fitness center
Billiards, card and library areas
Housekeeping, maintenance and groundskeeping services
Scheduled transportation to area shopping and activities
Comprehensive nursing services including assisted living and memory support
Dietary and healthy-living counseling and case management services including supportive care, visitation and counseling
Sixty percent of the CCRC’s parcel will be retained as green space, providing walking trails and a playground that will be available to residents, their families and the surrounding communities.
To share your specific questions or concerns about the new site, please email Presbyterian Home of Maryland President & CEO directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’d like to write a letter of support or provide vocal support at an upcoming meeting, please contact email@example.com.
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Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Susan Shea, President and CEO of Presbyterian Home of Maryland, about building Harford County’s first CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community). Source
Recent Renderings and Site Plans
Sponsored by The Presbyterian Home of Maryland. The development of Carsins Run as a Continuing Care Retirement Community
is subject to the approval of the Maryland Department of Aging.
Why Does Harford County Need a CCRC?
• Harford County’s senior population (65+) is expected to grow 47% from 2010-2020
• There is not currently a CCRC in Harford County, which means that seniors looking to “age in place” – progressing from independent living to full nursing or dementia care without having to relocate – are forced to leave the county.
• According to independent analysis from the highly-respected Sage Policy Group, the new CCRC is projected to generate a net fiscal benefit for Harford County of nearly $800,000 per year and add 160 permanent jobs which bring additional tax revenue and up to $15 million in annual sales for area businesses.
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We want our seniors to be able to retire and live in the community where they raised their children and where their grandchildren live rather than having to move out of the county. That’s why for years, Harford County government has supported the concept of bringing a continuing care retirement community to our area. We consider it to be a necessary and important amenity for a vibrant community.
Presbyterian Home is an outstanding organization which has been working for several years to bring their first class faculty to Harford County. I couldn’t be more pleased that our citizens will have the opportunity to stay near their family and friends as they move into retirement, and know that Presbyterian Home will provide a quality, caring and healthy venue.