Saint Francis Home - Where Love Never Grows Old.

We are conveniently located in the historic Manchester district just South of the James River from downtown Richmond.

Our Purpose

As a Ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond, Saint Francis Home provides a Home for seniors and the disabled, regardless of their religious affiliation or socio-economic status.

Services we offer

The demand for quality assisted living services continues to grow. Saint Francis Home answers that demand by making effective use of the community resources available to it through its affiliation with the Catholic Diocese of Richmond

History

Saint Francis Home, Inc., was founded in 1973 as a Social Ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond. The home is governed by a 25-member volunteer Board of Directors appointed by the Bishop of Richmond. Bishop Knestout serves as the Chairman of the Organization.

The original building, known as “Jordan Hall”, was built In the mid 1950’s and was occupied by the Comboni Sisters until 1973. The Comboni Sisters operated a maternity house for unwed pregnant women. When Saint Francis Home originally opened in 1973, Jordan Hall housed eight seniors and one Administrator. At times, the census in Jordan jumped to as many as eighteen seniors.

The Catholic Diocese of Richmond is affiliated with several quality residential adult care centers throughout Virginia. These properties offer multiple levels of assisted living, nursing care, and in some cases, on-site rehabilitation services.

Our Location

Our address is:
65 W Clopton St
Richmond, VA 23225

P: (804) 231-1043
F: (804) 231-1065