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About Heritage Pointe of Warren

Located on a sprawling rural 200-acre campus in Warren, Indiana, not-for-profit Heritage Pointe of Warren offers joyful retirement living for every senior lifestyle. Here you’ll enjoy carefree, maintenance-free independent living, and, because we’re a Life Plan community, you’ll always have the helping hand of assisted living, the compassionate assistance of memory care, and trusted, personalized health care services and short-term rehabilitation right on campus if ever needed at a predictable cost for life.

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Our Mission. Our Vision.

Heritage Pointe Mission: We provide freedom, joy and loving care with grace and compassion, affording residents the dignity and respect they deserve, while inspiring the heart, mind, and soul every day.

Heritage Pointe Vision: A team united by the goal of becoming the premier choice for senior living in Indiana by caring for the hearts, minds, and souls of residents, their families, and our fellow staff members.

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A History Inspired by Faith

Heritage Pointe Communities is owned and operated by The United Methodist Memorial Home, an Indiana not-for-profit Corporation affiliated with The Indiana Conference of The United Methodist Church. Heritage Pointe of Warren was founded as the Methodist Memorial Home for the Aged by William and Ruth Chopson in 1907. The Chopsons proposed to the Methodist North Indiana Conference that they would donate $25,000 to the establishment of a home for seniors if the Conference could match the gift. The Conference enlisted Rev. M.A. Harlan to raise the money. Upon the success of the fundraising effort, the citizens of Warren bought the original 58 acres of land for the Home. William Chopson then made a second offer. He would donate 300 additional acres and $12,500 in bonds on condition that the new building would be completed by April 1910. That condition was met, and the Home was officially dedicated on April 7, 1910.

Over the next 15 years, additions were made that expanded the capacity of the Home from 37 rooms to 104. The Home’s farms produced meat, dairy, and produce for the residents’ meals. By 1937, over 400 residents lived at the Home. The iconic Applegate Chapel with its soaring steeple was added in 1951. As the decades passed, more additions and improvements were made. 1989 saw the opening of the independent living Woodridge Towne Homes, and Dogwood Glen Villas were completed in 2003. The Pool and Fitness Center was added in 2000, and the Dogwood Glen Golf Course opened in 2005.

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Our Leadership Team

Every member of our team is dedicated to providing exceptional choices and joyful experiences for the seniors we serve.

Our Sister Communities

Heritage Pointe Communities not only features Heritage Pointe of Warren but our sister communities in Fort Wayne and Huntington too. What unites them all is a longstanding legacy of inspiration from our Christian faith, a dedication to the notion of creating joy, and a steadfast commitment to continuing care.

In Their Own Words: What Residents and Families Have to Say.

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We’d Love to Hear from You!

Have questions or interested in scheduling your own personal experience? Our team is ready to help! Just reach out and we’ll get back to you promptly.

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