• Photo of patient with physical/occupational therapist
  • Photo of the Armenian Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (ANRC)
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Armenian Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (ANRC)

Quality of Life… Peace of Mind

The Armenian Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (ANRC) is an 83-bed non-profit skilled nursing facility located in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, and is sponsored by The Armenian Women's Welfare Association, Inc. (AWWA). The Center serves elderly Armenians and non-Armenians alike by providing the highest quality long-term care as well as outstanding short-term care for residents requiring rehabilitation before returning to their homes.

The AWWA organizes and supports numerous activities at the Armenian Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for residents and their families. The elderly cherish their heritage, and it is the AWWA's goal to preserve and perpetuate that culture by ensuring that the ANRC provides a warm and caring atmosphere rich in Armenian tradition. Events are run throughout the year and include holiday parties, an annual picnic, and numerous visits from musicians and clergy. At each event, members of the AWWA gather with staff and residents' families to enjoy lively and uplifting entertainment with the residents.

The companionship and care Aida received could not be matched anyplace else. Everyone on the staff took good care of her and she appreciated it as we do… She benefited from everyone's compassion.

— Rev. Fr. Antranig Baljian, Yeretzgin Cheryl Baljian,
and the family of Aida Donoian Depoian