The Ozanam Home for the Aged


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Our History

The Ozanam Home for the Aged was established on Half-Way-Tree Road in Kingston, Jamaica in 1953, with seven ladies who were placed under the care of Sister Teresita.  In 1961 the home was relocated to its present location at 38 Mannings Hill Road.

Ten years later, the St. Clair Home for Aged Men was established at premises on Elizabeth Avenue donated by Mrs. Clara Johnson.

The facilities of both homes were merged in 1972 following the donation of an additional wing to the building at Mannings Hill Road by the Kiwanis Club of North St. Andrew .

  Entrance to the Ozanam Home

These homes are not Nursing Homes, so incoming residents must be ambulatory and in fairly good health.
Once admitted however, all their needs are met, both in life and in death.

The Ozanam and St. Clair Homes for the Aged
38 Mannings Hill Road
Kingston 8
Phone (876) 924-3982
Fax (876) 969-3288

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