Picture Yourself Here
Welcome to the Victory Centre of Joliet. We’re excited to welcome you home. Serving adults in the Joliet area, the Victory Centre of Joliet is an extension of Pathway to Living, a program and a promise to celebrate life by fostering a stimulating, comfortable and openhearted environment.
The lifestyle at our community supports residents in the next phase of life. People are choosing Victory Centre of Joliet as home because they need someone to guide them down their path, not stand in the way. Life enrichment is our priority. Through Pathway to Living’s award-winning VIVA! philosophy, residents are growing – physically, mentally and spiritually.
Private Senior Apartments in Joliet
The Victory Centre of Joliet is a community featuring 30 supportive living apartments for adults 65 and over and 57 independent living apartments for adults 62 and over.
Residents at the Victory Centre of Joliet are older adults who are excited about life and the path ahead. People are celebrating the phase of life that offers them the freedom to live to the fullest and find a reason to celebrate – every day.
Explore your Living Options and welcome home.
Support to Live Well
You’ll engage in our extensive itinerary of signature programming. The World Tour allows us to learn new languages and study different cultures. ArtPath has residents applying the techniques and methods of Van Gogh and Jackson Pollock to weekly art courses. See Spot Retire breeds responsibility for our residents as they adopt a rescue dog to live in the community. And our Good Vibrations drumming circle inspires mental, spiritual and physical health.
While we understand that the need for 24-hour support may have brought our residents to our doors, we also respect that their desire to live full, engaging and active lifestyles remains strong and unchanged.
"I am so glad that we found such a great place for my mom. All the staff is super nice and caring. This absolutely was the right choice that our family could make for our mother. It is nice to know that someone really cares about mom’s welfare, and is willing to do whatever it takes to make it right."