About Us

Our CROFT values are more than just words on a page.  Our values are the framework we use to make decisions for our residents, team members and the organization.  CROFT values are a personal choice each of our team members make each day.  At any one of our communities, you will feel the difference in our culture because we choose to live these values.  We feel it and hope you do too.

United by values. Motivated by people.  


Creativity – Pursuing innovative solutions, creative ideas, and ongoing improvement.

Respect ­– Showing courtesy, kindness, grace, mercy, patience, and love for all.

Openness ­– Embracing our differences, listening to others' points of view.

Fairness – Responding with careful consideration for all.

Teamwork – Working together to create memorable experiences – making this the best place to live and work.


Greencroft Communities creates dynamic living communities that embrace the creativity, contributions, and challenges of aging for all, grounded in service excellence, compassionate care, and Mennonite values.


Greencroft Communities will be Indiana's trusted leader in senior services, meeting the needs and desires of each generation.



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Our History


Haven and Arminia Hubbard gifted their 700-acre farm to be used to minister to the needs of the elderly. Their giving and care is still felt. 


Greencroft Goshen was founded to provide for widowed members of the 8th Street Mennonite Church.


Walnut Hills Retirement Community was founded by the Troyer family in Walnut Creek, Ohio.


Greencroft Goshen earned its accreditation as a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), offering residents multiple levels of care.


Oak Grove began operations in DeMotte, Indiana. Services include Assisted Living, Alzheimer’s care, skilled care and long-term care.


November, doors open to Southfield Village Meadows Healthcare & Rehabilitation, Arbors Assisted Living, and Commons area in South Bend, Indiana. 


Greencroft Communities was formed and Greencroft Middlebury was established as the second CCRC Greencroft Community.


Between 2006 and 2009, Southfield Village, Oak Grove Christian Retirement Village, Hamilton Grove, and Walnut Hills joined Greencroft Communities.


Great Lakes Christian Homes and Golden Years Homestead affiliated with Greencroft Communities to create the retirement community system we are today.