Guiding Principles

Abundant Living Through Our Ministry of Service

We are dedicated to compassionately serving in community so that all are free to choose abundant life and thrive by embracing an active lifestyle.

As United Methodist Communities associates, we pledge to do everything within our power to ensure that our commitment is met.

We perform every caring act in support of United Methodist Communities’ values of Compassion, Respect, Stewardship, and Service. 

We are committed to you! 

Our Commitment

While furthering its Mission, Vision, and Values, United Methodist Communities seeks to conduct business and provide care in accordance with high ethical standards and applicable state and federal laws and regulations.

United Methodist Communities has developed a “Code of Business & Ethical Conduct” as a standard for all associates, trustees, officers, managers, supervisors, contractors, volunteers, students, and other associated parties. This Code of Business & Ethical Conduct encourages personal accountability, and clarifies that these parties must report suspected incidents of organizational fraud, waste, or abuse.

The public is also encouraged to report compliance concerns and suspected incidents of organizational fraud, waste, or abuse to United Methodist Communities’ Compliance Officer.

To report a compliance concern or suspected incident of fraud, waste, or abuse, please:

  • Call United Methodist Communities Compliance Hotline at 1-866-867-6886
  • Email
  • Write to
    United Methodist Communities
    Compliance Officer
    3311 State Route 33
    Neptune, NJ 07753

All reported concerns will be investigated.

HIPAA and Privacy Practices

United Methodist Communities is required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (found in Title XIII of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009) (collectively referred to as “HIPAA”), as amended from time to time, to maintain the privacy of individually identifiable health information (this information is “protected health information” and is referred to herein as “PHI”).

We are also required to provide residents with a Notice of Privacy Practices regarding PHI. We will only use and disclose your PHI as permitted or required by applicable state law. This Notice applies to your PHI in our possession including the medical records generated by us.

United Methodist Communities understands that your health information is highly personal, and we are committed to safeguarding your privacy. Please read this Notice of Privacy Practices thoroughly. It describes how we will use and disclose your PHI.

If you have questions, concerns, or want further information regarding issues covered in this Notice of Privacy Practices or seek additional information regarding United Methodist Communities’ privacy policies and procedures, please contact the United Methodist Communities’ Privacy Officer at 732-922-9802 ext. 2103 or