Christian Church Homes

Staying the Course

Dear Friends,

As 2021 draws to a close, I humbly thank all our valued business partners for staying the course with CCH. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to play a pivotal role in our lives, impacting not only business operations and safety, but the world’s economy and our personal lives. For nearly two years, the pandemic has altered our existence, causing us to take heed of what’s most important — our health, our families and our safety.

As the economy begins to rebound and yet new variants emerge, we are reminded of the necessity to stay vigilant. Hope springs eternal that one-day soon we will return to a more normalized state of being.

In the interim, we must stay the course and plan ahead for the future of affordable housing. Senior living has been severely impacted as a result of the pandemic. COVID-19 has exposed major and systemic issues facing older adults and highlighted the need for connectivity between housing and health care. What is imperative is that we take into account lessons learned from the pandemic and to develop programs, systems and support for legislation which will enable us to move forward. Due diligence is required to sustain and build for the long-term affordability and availability of housing to meet the diverse needs of an aging adult population.

As we look ahead to 2022, I am grateful to each of you for helping stem the tide of this pandemic and staying focused on our mission of providing affordable, quality housing in caring communities. Together, we will overcome the uncertainties of this pandemic and becomes stronger than ever.

Wishing you a joyous holiday season and a prosperous new year.

Stay safe and be well,

Syd

Syd Najeeb

CCH President & CEO