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The Kutz Home traces its roots to 1902, when members of the Ladies Bichor Cholem Society began visiting Wilmington's sick and elderly.

Through great perseverance, the Society acquired a home in downtown Wilmington in 1920, and moved to larger quarters in 1942.

When additional space was needed, our current Home was built in 1960 through the generosity of Milton and Hattie Kutz and other members of the community.

In 1997, the Home was renovated and expanded to include its present 90 beds, an activities mall, a visitors center, and two new wings.

We continue to upgrade the facility in order to meet the changing needs of our residents.

Visitors are always welcome.
To Schedule a personal tour of the Home, please call our Admissions Director at (302) 764-7000.