The Odd Fellow Rebekah Home Association Inc was established in 1889.
It is owned and operated by the Odd Fellow and Rebekah fraternal orders of Wisconsin. The Organization began with families taking care of families, providing over a century of change and adapting to meet the needs in the community.
Our focus is rehabilitation for rapid return home. For those who can't return home we have long term nursing care with rehabilitative and restorative nursing services and an assisted living option also available.
Admission to our Continuing Care Retirement Community in Green Bay, Wisconsin is a privilege enjoyed by many. Our community includes the Odd Fellow Home and Astor Terrace Rehab, both skilled nursing facilities, and Rebekah Haven, a Certified Residential Care Apartment Complex. Our facilities are conveniently linked together with an enclosed walkway, allowing our residents, visitors and staff to comfortably and safely move about.
The Odd Fellow Rebekah Home Association Inc is an equal opportunity employer. We accept residents for admission regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, handicap, religion, sex or age in compliance with 45 CFR Parts 80, 84, and 91. The same requirements are applied to all, and there is no distinction in eligibility for or in the matter of, providing all services. Read more here.
Astor Terrace Level 1 & 2
Our Rehab Units, Astor Terrace 1 & 2 will help you along the road home. The Therapy Department and the staff of Odd Fellow Home are committed to maximizing your potential.
Our staff is sensitive to the needs of the residents and their families. We work collaboratively with you and your physician to address your special care needs. This may include Physical, Occupational, Speech, Respiratory Therapy, and certified wound care specialists.
Our unique Astor Terrace Rehab Units provide:
- A private floor for short term rehab
- Private room with private full bath
- An dining room
- A fireplace and big screen TV in our cozy lounge
Some physical changes come on slowly, others happen suddenly. Facing limitations, no matter what, can be both physically and emotionally challenging. Our team of therapists are committed to addressing those challenges.
Odd Fellow Rehab Astor Terrace Levels 1 & 2 are located at 1207 S Jackson Street. It is conveniently linked with our enclosed walkway to Odd Fellow Home. The Odd Fellow Home accepts Medicare, Medical Assistance, Hospice, Insurance, Private Pay, and other Third Party payments. For more information on our therapies. Learn more here.
Our Rehab and Skilled Nursing Facility commitment to you is to send you home or to become your home. Learn more here.
Rebekah Haven Assisted Living
Our Rehab and Skilled Nursing Facility commitment to you is to send you home or to become your home.
Not able to return home? Our long term care units in Odd Fellow Home allow you to stay at the facility with the staff you have developed relationships with. Attend activities, dine in our spacious dining room, or have a cup of coffee in the French Café. Enjoy music and festivities in our beautiful outside courtyard. A leisurely stroll with your family on a warm summer day takes you by the gardens, fountain and gazebo.
The Odd Fellow Home accepts Medicare, Medical Assistance, Hospice, Insurance, Private Pay, and other Third Party payments.
The Odd Fellow Home is located at 1229 South Jackson Street, Green Bay, WI 54301.
When aggressive therapy is no longer appropriate for you, transition into our Restorative Nursing program. Our therapy department works very hard with you to reach your goals. Our restorative nursing staff are committed to maintaining those hard earned accomplishments. With the help and guidance of our specially trained staff we assist with all activities of daily living to maintain or maximize your independence.
One of the things we treasure is the ability to laugh. We enjoy working toward improved health. Our programs are fun, from restorative dining to group excercise.
Restorative clinicians work on balance, fall prevention, exercise for muscle strengthening, programs to maximize bladder control, and training in the use of adaptive dining equipment. The restorative nursing program is under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Each person has an individual baseline assessment by a clinical team. When a change occurs or a need is identified, a restorative referral is generated. For more information about our dynamic restorative program and to hear our success stories,
please contact Maria @ 920-593-1850.
For more information about The Odd Fellow Rebekah Home Association or any of our facilities or communities, please contact us!