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St. Dominic Village

Founded in 1975, St. Dominic Village is a faith-based, nonprofit, continuing care retirement community dedicated to caring for our elders with the compassion of Christ. St. Dominic Village is a member of the Texas Medical Center and a ministry of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. They provide a seamless continuum of care comprised of short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing care, assisted living, independent living, the Joseph A. Fiorenza Priest Residence, and respite care services including Angel House.

Angel House provides housing for individuals and their families who are in need of an affordable, safe environment while receiving treatment in the Texas Medical Center. They strive to provide a welcoming home with the very highest standard of care to each resident according to his or her needs, regardless of race or creed, while celebrating and promoting each one's inherent, personal dignity. They serve approximately 300 long-term and 300 short-term residents, and 3,000 Angel House guests each year.

As a nonprofit organization, St. Dominic Village raises funds to fill the gap between the actual costs of providing elder care and the small Medicaid reimbursements they receive. Each year that gap leaves them with an average deficit of $1.3 million.

For general donations, please give to the SDV Fund through the secure online payment form.

St. Dominic Village volunteers are essential in helping fulfill their mission. Volunteers of all faiths and ages are welcome, though anyone under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult volunteer. Learn more about assignment possibilities here.

The Bishop Rizzotto Golf Classic is held in the spring, while Evenings with the Bishops are held in the fall. The annual Feast Day occurs on August 8.