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At Otterbein, our rich heritage and solid reputation have made us a trusted and valuable resource not only in Ohio, but nationwide.

Founded in 1912, Otterbein is a health and human service ministry, serving approximately 2,000 people, and is related to the East Ohio and West Ohio Conferences of the United Methodist Church. Otterbein's five full-service retirement communities cater to those 55 and older in western and northern Ohio. Locations are in Lebanon, St. Marys, Cridersville, Pemberville and North Shore.

Otterbein is leading the nation in changing the face of nursing care by taking the bold step of moving elders to homes in the community at large. Avalon by Otterbein small house neighborhoods, known for exceptional skilled nursing care and rehabilitation, are located in Perrysburg and Monclova in northern Ohio and Maineville, Middletown and Springboro in southern Ohio.

Home Health by Otterbein provides services to independent living residents, as well as individuals in the larger community. Most elders want to remain in their homes and Home Health by Otterbein helps them accomplish their goals right in the comfort of their own home.
Corporate Office 580 N. State Route 741 Lebanon, OH 45036 Telephone: (513) 933-5400 Toll-Free: (888) 513-9131 Development and Marketing offices Fax: (513) 932-1054 E-mail:
Otterbein Lebanon, the first community of Otterbein, has a full-service United Methodist Church on-site. Located on 1,200 acres of beautiful surroundings, Otterbein Lebanon has an ideal location between Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio and near historic Lebanon. The campus is full of activities, clubs and musical groups.

Otterbein Lebanon Men’s fellowship invites community men to its annual breakfast. The Rev. Brian Brown, currently teaching pastor at Ginghamsburg UMC and the newly appointed Ohio River Valley District superintendent, is the speaker.

Otterbein Lebanon will soon boast a life enrichment center, plus Otterbein Lebanon was chosen in 2009 as the future site of the Warren County Arts and Culture Center.