DuPage Care Center
Based on IDPH Requirement, only essential personnel will be granted access to the Care Center. Visitors, Families and Volunteers will not be allowed to enter. We appreciate your understanding for the residents well-being.
Send an email to your loved one!
Call the COVID Hotline at 630-784-4148 for facility updates or follow us on facebook by searching DuPage Care Center-DPCC for daily updates!
Donate items that are needed to help support the residents and staff during this time. For a list of items please see our DPCC Resident Needs List or check out our Amazon Wish List.
Donations can be dropped off near the main entrance. A table has been set up to maintain a contact free drop off. To mail items please address them to:
400 N . County Farm rd.
Wheaton IL, 60187
**All items will be sanitized upon arrival. For Questions please call the reception desk 630-665-6400 X0
From Past to Present,
Celebrating over 130 Years of Dedicated Service to DuPage County
The DuPage Care Center (formerly known as Convalescent Center) was originally built in 1888,
when it started as a County Alms House for the indigent. Residents of the home farmed the 217 acre parcel and had a herd of dairy cattle. They supported themselves and provided additional food to the county jail inmates. It wasn't until the 1930's
that it became a nursing facility that provided much needed health care to the community. It has developed into one of the most modern, best equipped, professionally staffed, treatment and rehabilitation centers for the chronically ill in the State
Read More about the Care Center History
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