Mission: Founded in 1966 and is located in the north hills of pittsburgh, vincentian regency is a member of vincentian collaborative system - a catholic health and human services organization headquartered in the north hills of pittsburgh coordinating the work of four long term care facilities - vincentian home, vincentian regency, vincentian de marillac and marian manor - two child development centers, a rehabilitation company, as well as the vincentian collaborative system charitable foundation. In the catholic tradition and following in the footsteps of st. Vincent de paul and st. Louise de marillac, vincentian regency provides a full range of quality programs - that are compassionate, comprehensive, affordable, dignified, and strongly spiritual in nature. We are sponsored by the sisters of charity of nazareth (formerly the vincentian sisters of charity) whose tradition and charism guides our work.
Programs: Effective june 30, 2013 the nursing facility operations ceased at vincentian regency. The facility continues to be used for storage purposes for the rest of the ministries, while management reviews future options. Management is reviewing several options regarding the future use of the building and other assets of vincentian regency to further the organization's tax exempt purpose and its mission of providing services to meet the needs of the pittsburgh area's senior population; however, a final decision has not been made as of this date. As of june 30, 2014 the organization has not amended or superseded any of its governing documents, other than the bylaw revision as described. Therefore, the carrying value of these assets has not been adjusted to date.