Good Shepherd Communities is the parent organization of Good Shepherd Fairview Home, Good Shepherd Village at Endwell, and Good Shepherd Communities Foundation. The roots of Good Shepherd Communities are The House of the Good Shepherd, founded in 1870, and The Home for Aged Women, established in 1891, and later named The Fairview Home.
Good Shepherd Communities enables older adults to meet their continuing needs of care, support, and assistance through high quality, affordable, and innovative housing and long term care services and facilities. Good Shepherd Communities is an organization with a reputation for unsurpassed quality and innovation in elder care. Its foresight has resulted in entities that don’t stand still; ones that continuously stay ahead of the times.
We value highly the dignity of those we serve, promoting their independence, self-determination, life enrichment, wellness, and well-being. Our organizations foster respect, compassion, benevolence, and social responsibility among all involved.
Good Shepherd Village at Endwell is the first fee-for-service Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in New York State, offering state-of-the-art accommodations and amenities including:
Located on 120 rolling acres between Farm to Market and Cummings Roads overlooking the manicured fairways of Endwell Greens Golf Club, Good Shepherd Village at Endwell offers the beauty and serenity of a country setting yet is within minutes of town. At Good Shepherd Village, it’s all about living well.
Good Shepherd Communities Foundation, formerly known as Good Shepherd Fairview Foundation, was founded in April 1986 as a not-for-profit corporation. The mission of Good Shepherd Communities Foundation is to provide financial and other support for Good Shepherd Communities, Good Shepherd Fairview Home, Good Shepherd Village at Endwell, and other entities. The Foundation works to enhance the lives of older adults in the Binghamton area.