Operation Hours:
Mon-Fri 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Sat-Sun - Closed
Medical Day Care Services May Be Paid for through Medical Assistance (State Medicaid) or the Veterans Administration, for Those Who Qualify
7001 Oxon Hill Rd, Oxon Hill MD 20745


“The Center has given back to Dad the basic ingredients of life which makes itworth living: self-esteem, healthy values, personal identity and growth, challenges, trusting relationships, the opportunity for leadership and to help others.” W.G.

“Without your help I would have had to place my mother in a nursing home in order to continue my career. Thanks to you we were able to place my mom into your expert care without worrying about her well-being.” Y.F.

“I work, and having Robin attending Crescent Ridge frees my mind from worry. I know she is being cared for. The staff at Crescent Ridge is always professional, friendly, and kind; always taking a little extra time. They really do care.” B.B.

“My father nearly died from depression over seven years ago. I don't know hat would have happened if Crescent Ridge had not been there for him. Crescent Ridge greeted him with open arms. He slowly made friends and began to feel stronger and more independent, and looked forward to going to the Center each day to be with his new friends.” J.C.

“The help you all provide looking out for our loved ones is priceless to me and my family.” G.B.

I truly appreciate the Crescent Ridge staff. They have made my mom feel comfortable and eager to get up in the morning to come to the program. She is dressed before me every morning. That expresses a lot about the program.”

“The dedication to detail, the commitment to excellence, and the overall compassion exhibited by the staff at Crescent Ridge Adult Day Health Center has been superb. The transportation department provides unparalleled door-to-door customer service during this unusually harsh winter. The professionalism and courteousness demonstrated by all staff is greatly appreciated and to be commended. Please accept my heart-felt THANK YOU!!! It is my belief the socialization and activities provided by the staff helped to slow the progression of this disease.” G.D.