Holland Christian Home Open House & Ribbon-Cutting

​Phase 1 of the Holland Christian Home's Spirit of Progress campaign is complete! Please join us on Thursday, June 20 to see how the concept has translated to enhanced care for our residents. Our new building features brand new skilled nursing rooms, including a wing that will be devoted to Memory Care.

The Open House will take place from 3 – 6 PM.  A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at the front entrance at 4 PM. Tours will be available.

While not required, your RSVP to the Holland Christian Home Foundation at foundation@hchnj.org or (973) 427-4087 allows us to better prepare.

Founded in 1895, the Holland Christian Home is a nonprofit Continuing Care Retirement Community located at 151 Graham Avenue, North Haledon, NJ. 

Contact Information
  1. Dave Zuidema, Foundation Director
  2. 9734274087
  3. foundation@hchnj.org
Thu, June 20
3:00 pm — 6:00 pm
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​Phase 1 of the Holland Christian Home's Spirit of Progress campaign is complete! Please join us on Thursday, June 20 to see how the concept has translated to enhanced care for our residents. Our new building features brand new skilled nursing rooms, including a wing that will be devoted to Memory Care.

The Open House will take place from 3 – 6 PM. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be ...

151 Graham Avenue, hchnj.org North Haledon, NJ 07508

Holland Christian Home

151 Graham Avenue, hchnj.org
North Haledon, NJ 07508

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