Asbury Solomons is Calvert County’s only accredited waterfront Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), committed to providing a rich and fulfilling lifestyle for residents at every stage of life. We value our not-for-profit status and our accreditation by CARF International, which independently affirms that we uphold the highest set of standards for our people, programs, and services.
We draw inspiration from the residents who continually seek new ways to redefine retirement. Asbury Solomons is part of Asbury Communities Inc. system, the nation’s 16th-largest not-for-profit system of continuing care retirement communities. Being part of a larger organization brings greater financial strength, a wide range of support services, and an experienced senior leadership team with a strategic vision and plan for the future.
Asbury Solomons is overseen by the volunteer Asbury Communities Board of Directors. As leaders in their respective fields, which range across finance, insurance, policy, and senior services, they ensure sound operations and adherence to our Mission. Asbury Solomons continues to strengthen its fiscal health by:
One of the most significant ways Asbury shows its commitment to quality and accountability is through its long-standing participation in CARF International, the only national accreditation program for continuing care retirement communities. This means that an independent, on-site survey team has evaluated our community and found it in compliance with more than 600 measures of quality. Many of these measures speak directly to the long-term financial and operational health of the community. We’re honored to have earned this accreditation and continue to commit to ongoing on-site evaluations every five years. Asbury Solomons is among just 13 percent of CARF-accredited CCRCs nationally – and was the first in Calvert County, Md.
In keeping with our faith-based heritage, Asbury Solomons also holds EAGLE accreditation through the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries. EAGLE, or Educational Assessment Guidelines Leading toward Excellence, is the only faith-based accrediting body in the world. In addition to measuring its member organizations against sound financial and operational principles, EAGLE looks for evidence of a values-based, Mission-focused culture.
Part of living at Asbury Solomons is knowing that should you outlive your financial resources through no fault of your own, your home at Asbury Solomons will be secure. Asbury’s Benevolent Care program, funded by the not-for-profit Asbury Foundation provides assistance to residents with monthly fees, medical care, food, medication and health insurance. Any participation in this program is strictly confidential. Benevolent Care is just another way Asbury Solomons strives to do all the good we can for the people who make our community so unique.
Asbury Solomons is owned and operated by Asbury Atlantic Inc., which is the provider and legal entity responsible for providing services to the residents of this community. It is overseen by the volunteer Asbury Communities Board of Directors, which is comprised of experienced leaders in such industries as finance, insurance, policy, and senior services.
Day-to-day operations of Asbury Solomons are managed by the community’s executive director and leadership team. They are supported by Asbury Communities, Inc., which is the 501(c)(3) sole member providing Asbury Atlantic and other entities in the Asbury system with support with strategic guidance and clinical, compliance, communications, finance, human resources, IT and marketing services.
Residents are valued members of this community, working in collaboration with campus leadership through a Resident Council and their involvement in committees related to campus operations. Many of the programs and services at Asbury Solomons are the result of resident input and expertise.
Asbury Solomons is filled with a special energy that comes from living in a vibrant waterfront community that affords as many meaningful connections as it does scenic views. There’s a freedom that comes with having a plan in place for the future and a strong community network around you. You’ll feel it as soon as you walk on campus. Contact us to experience it for yourself.