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  • John M. Evans

    Discover the best community
    that fits your needs

    The choice for an affordable assisted lifestyle community in Illinois

  • John M. Evans

    Your choice for an
    affordable assisted lifestyle

    The premier choice for an affordable assisted lifestyle community in Illinois

  • John M. Evans

    Nationally Recognized

    John Evans Supportive Living was awarded with the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living 2019 Bronze Quality Awards. Bronze award status recognizers providers that have developed a foundation and begun a continuous journey of quality improvement. 

     
     
  • John M. Evans

    Best of
    the best

    The designation of 2022-23 Best in Assisted Living was awarded only to the communities that earn the highest possible rating on consumer satisfaction surveys of residents and family member of residents.

Welcome to

John M. Evans Supportive Living

JOHN EVANS SUPPORTIVE LIVING IS THE CHOICE FOR AN AFFORDABLE ASSISTED LIFESTYLE COMMUNITY IN ILLINOIS

Welcome to a gracious, affordable assisted lifestyle in your community. At John Evans Supportive Living, you’ll enjoy friendly neighbors to share common life experiences and an active community full of choices. The emphasis is on lifestyle and fun while maintaining your health, wellness, dignity and independence at John Evans Supportive Living. When you need a helping hand or personal attention to do the activities you may no longer be able to do safely on your own, our courteous and caring staff is always ready to assist you. Contact us to learn about current move-in specials!

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Focus on Love, Compassion & Dignity

John m. evans supportive living serves adults 65 and older who need some help to maintain their independence

A financial assistance program is available to those who qualify, making the John Evans lifestyle affordable to all. If you or a loved one would benefit from our assisted lifestyle community, but are concerned about financial arrangements, please do not hesitate to ask our staff about this financial assistance program.

The Supportive Living Program is available in Illinois for seniors 65 or older who need help maintaining their independence regardless of their financial resources. Seniors on Medicaid who only receive minimum Social Security income can qualify.

An Affordable Community

john m. evans supportive living of pekin is an affordable assisted lifestyle community in tazewell County

John Evans Supportive Living was developed and is owned by the Laborers Home Development Corporation, a not-for-profit affordable housing developer associated with the Midwest Region of the Laborers’ International Union. The community, which is designed to serve adults 65 and older of all incomes who need some help to maintain their independence, is located south of Peoria and southwest of Morton. The community opened in April 2007. John Evans Supportive lIving is the most sought-after supportive living community in the area, and apartments are renting quickly. Call 309-477-8800 today to make John Evans Supportive Living your new home.

A wonderful alternative

John Evans Supportive Living provides a wonderful residential alternative to a nursing home or to struggling alone at home.

At John Evans, residents:

  • Live in the privacy of his/her own apartment, which has been conveniently designed for senior living.
  • Receive personal assistance and help with medications. Certified staff are on duty 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Support services, such as three daily meals, housekeeping and laundry, are also included.
  • Enjoy the companionship of friends and neighbors and participate in social and recreational activities.

A full array of amenities and helpful services will make your days fulfilled and comfortable for you and your family.

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Touching Lives

Nia’s Story:
Watercolor Painting is a Way of Life
John Evans Supportive Living would like for you to meet Nia!

She has been a resident since 2020. Nia would like to share her story of watercolor painting. She started painting when she was 9. She later attended the University of Illinois and earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting in 1967. Nia later went on to become the President of TWSA (Transparent Watercolor Society of America) and also became an Associate Certified Coach.She continued her painting until a stroke affected her right side in 2020. Through intensive therapy Nia has made enough progress to live with minimal assistance at John Evans. Thank you Nia for sharing your story with us!
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Jean and Dee’s Story:
John Evans Helps Unlikely Pair Become Friends
Our community brought Jean and Dee together, and now, they are like family.

“There are things that are meant to be” says Jean, and their friendship is one of them. Jean moved to John Evans last February. Shortly after she arrived, she met Dee, who had lived here only two weeks. The unlikely pair became fast friends. “We felt God put us together almost as sisters, and a bond was created that we will always have,” Jean says. Their 20-year age difference made no difference to them. They are kindred spirits, and it’s uncommon to see one lady without the other.
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Bev’s Story:
John Evans Helps Her Through Rough Patch, Now She Helps Others
When Bev came to John Evans in December of 2016, she was going through a difficult time.

While she was on our wait list, her husband had passed away. Bev was also going through financial difficulties with her home due to her husband’s illness. Despite Bev’s problems, she has chosen to focus on helping others and bringing positive energy to our community. Bev is a welcoming and compassionate presence for other residents. Her door is always open to anyone in need of a friendly listener, and she goes out of her way to welcome new residents. She invites them to eat with her in the dining room and introduces them to others. She understands the challenges of being ‘the new person” and goes out of her way to make the transition easier for others.
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