Mary Marshall Assisted Living Residence provides assisted living housing for low-income seniors (55+) with serious mental illness or intellectual or developmental disabilities. It provides a warm and supportive environment that empowers residents to lead full, rewarding lives. Mary Marshall is operated by Volunteers of America with funding from Arlington County.
Services and Features
- Spacious, attractive private rooms and baths
- Daily activities featuring resident-directed programming and workshops, plus regular excursions and group programs.
- State-of-the-art kitchen and attractive dining areas
- Nursing, medication administration and health care monitoring, as well as, individualized chronic disease management and education.
- Wellness center, library, computer room, outdoor patios.
- Social services, case management, and transportation assistance.
- Computer access with Internet capability.
- 55 years and older
- Serious mental illness or intellectual and/or developmental disability
- Maximum annual gross income level (individual) of $37,644.
- Qualified for assisted living level of care through a formal assessment process
- Continent or able to manage own incontinence needs with minimal staff assistance
- No incidents of presenting an imminent physical threat or danger to self or others or active alcohol/substance abuse that is deemed detrimental, within the past 6 months
- Have a case manger with Arlington Department of Human Services (DHS)
2000 5th St, South
Arlington, VA 22204
Director: Kay Halverson
For More Information
- Contact your DHS case manager today for more information or call the Customer Service Center at 703-228-1700. Space is limited.