About Us

Welcome to Goodwin House.  We are pleased to share with you some quick facts about our organization, but encourage you to browse through the website for more detailed information.

Goodwin House Incorporated (GHI) is a nonprofit, non-stock Virginia corporation organized in 1955 by resolution of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Diocese of Virginia.  The GHI family owns and operates two continuing care retirement communities – Goodwin House Alexandria and Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads, includes Goodwin House Foundation, and is management agent for The Lewinsville Retirement Residences, Inc.

Goodwin House Alexandria:

  • Original building opened 1967; major expansion/renovation completed 1998.
  • 261 residential apartments; 41 assisted living; 12 memory support; 68 health care.
  • 5-year re-accreditation by CCAC-CARF (Continuing Care Accreditation Association), 2007.
  • Averages 95% occupancy.

Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads:

  • Original building (“The Crossroads”) opened 1987; the expanded building (“The Pointe”) opened January 2010.
  • Expansion planning started 2004; new Health & Wellness Center construction began 2007; completed June 2008.  106-unit apartment tower construction began 2008; Pointe opened January 2010 and acheived stable occupancy (90%) in July of 2011 and has averaged 95% occupancy for 2012.
  • 335 residential apartments; 43 assisted living; 16 memory support; 68 health care.
  • 5-year re-accreditation by CCAC-CARF (Continuing Care Accreditation Association), 2007.

 Residents:

  •  1000+ residents; persons of all faiths.

Employees:

  •  700 employees, representing 67 countries of origin.

 Other corporate entities within the GHI family and other business lines:

  • Goodwin House Foundation: formed in1989; began operations in 1992 as a Type 1 supporting foundation to benefit, support and foster the operations and functions, and carry out the objectives of GHI. The Foundation is not included in the GHI Obligated Group.
  • Goodwin House Community Services: subsidiary that provides management services for The Lewinsville Retirement Residences, Inc., McLean, VA. The Lewinsville is a nonprofit provider of HUD housing for seniors; affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. This is also not included in GHI Obligated Group.
  • Goodwin House Home Care: licensed home care agency that serves residents of both communities; not Medicare-certified. Included in GHI Obligated Group.
  • Goodwin House Hospice: Medicare-certified hospice, primarily serves GH residents. Included in GHI Obligated Group.
  • Goodwin House Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE): nationally accredited program; has trained more than 195 students from multiple faith traditions and seminaries. The CPE Program received full re-accreditation in 2011.