Everyone at Addolorata Villa is excited to announce our partnership with Moving Station. We know that selling your home or downsizing can feel overwhelming, but Moving Station has a variety of relocation services to make your transition to our senior living community go smoothly.
Addolorata Villa and Moving Station will match you with a dedicated Personal Relocation Manager who will take the time to get to know you or your loved one to provide personalized support for your downsizing and home sale needs. You’ll save on time and money while avoiding unnecessary stress. That way, you can focus on looking forward to the joyful lifestyle that’s waiting for you at Addolorata Villa.
Get a head start on your move by learning how Addolorata Villa helps every resident live joyfully. Located in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, you’ll find personalized care, safe and secure living spaces and enriching activities that will help you celebrate more moments in life.
Addolorata Villa allows you to become a member of an active senior living community that delights your body, mind and spirit. Contact us today to learn more about how our partnership with Moving Station can help you become part of our community.
Selling a home and downsizing can feel overwhelming — Moving Made Easy® makes it easier. Discover how a partnership between Moving Station and Addolorata Villa can help you make the move.
"The friendliness of all the residents and staff. . . the "Good Mornings" and "Good Afternoons" said with a smile. That truly makes my day."
Lee S., resident of Franciscan Communities
"As the song goes "There's no place like home." My place here is "home sweet home." Employees provide service with kindness and there's so many good people to talk to."
Bernard S., Franciscan Communities Resident
"Mt. Alverna has such a friendly and caring personality and atmosphere. The skilled care helped me achieve independence and regain strength. Even the social activities reinforce physical therapy. I am blessed to have been able to rehab at this facility this past Spring."
Rev S., Mount Alverna