DuPage Care Center Foundation

The DuPage Care Center Foundation (DPCCF) is a philanthropic organization serving residents of the DuPage Care Center since 1993. DPCCF raises funds to improve quality of life for DuPage County residents needing long-term skilled nursing and rehabilitative care. The Foundation makes the environment as enjoyable and home-like as possible for those that call the Care Center home. Due to the generosity of both individual and corporate donors, DPCCF is well on its way to turning possibilities into realities.

Read more about the Foundation.

2019 Fall Fest

Thank you to FT Cares Inc. and our other generous sponsors! More on the Fall Fest

Kenneth Moy DuPage Care Center Fall Festival - Providing meaningful leisure since 1967

2019 Golf Outing

Thank you to Carton Craft Inc. and our other generous donors! More on the golf outing

About the Center

The DuPage Care Center (DPCC) was founded in 1888 as the Alms House, a home for the County’s indigent and elderly. DPCC’s mission is to provide quality long-term and rehabilitation services to DuPage County residents in a professional, cost effective manner. Those who reside at the DPCC cover all ages over 18, some even over 100 years.

DPCC is a not-for-profit, fully licensed 24-hour skilled nursing facility in Wheaton, IL. The Center is committed to providing long-term nursing and rehabilitation services to DuPage County Residents. Read more about the Center.