Founded by the North Carolina Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends (Quakers) in 1958, Friends Homes is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to meeting the needs of adults age 62 and over. In keeping with Quaker principles, Friends Homes provides, at a reasonable cost, an environment that fosters independence and a sense of wholeness, health, and security so that each resident may realize his or her full potential. On our Greensboro campus, residents enjoy the freedom of independent living as well as the peace of mind that comes with having access to assisted living, skilled nursing, and memory care available right here.
It is important to note that Friends Homes welcomes people of all faiths, beliefs, and traditions. You do not have to be Quaker to live here. In addition, we are dedicated to the letter and spirit of the Equal Housing Opportunity Act. In our friendly, welcoming community, residents and staff enjoy a wonderful spirit of camaraderie, cooperation, and support. We invite you to visit us and see for yourself.
Learn more about how Friends Homes has grown and changed to meet the needs of Greensboro's older adults.
Meet the team of people responsible for the daily operation of Friends Homes.
The Friends Homes Board of Trustees plays an important role in the stewardship of Friends Homes' mission and resources.
Guided by Quaker principles, Friends Homes offers an environment which encourages independence and a sense of wholeness, wellness and security, at reasonable cost, so that each resident may live a fulfilling life.
To create a community that:
SPICES is an acronym used to denote the core values of Friends Homes. Together, these values inform our mission and help ensure that we are always working to achieve our vision. These core values are: