About us

Who We Are

Schmitt Woodland Hills is part of the Health & Welfare Ministry of the Wisconsin Conference of the United Methodist Church. The Wisconsin Conference has 14 Health and Welfare Ministries serving persons of all faiths and races as an outreach of the United Methodist Church.

Schmitt Woodland Hills is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. There are no owners, no shareholders or investors who benefit from our work. All funds received directly support our mission. We are responsible to our all-volunteer Board of Directors. We were originally incorporated as Schmitt Methodist Home and later restructured as Schmitt Woodland Hills to better enable us to serve all faiths.

Beyond the Golden Cross Sunday offering no direct support is received from the United Methodist Church. We rely on our operating income and private gifts to sustain our mission. Any operating margin is reinvested for the care and benefit of our residents and staff.

The Tree of Life

The concept of a tree of life has been used in biology, religion, philosophy, and mythology for thousands of years. A tree of life is a common motif in various world theologies, mythologies, and philosophies. It alludes to the interconnection of all life on our planet. The term tree of life may also be used as a synonym for sacred tree.

Schmitt Woodland Hills is a Christian residential retirement community offering a complete continuum of services from in-home to comfort care.

Our Schmitt Woodland Hills family will provide you and your loved ones with an excellent continuum of care and respond to changing needs.

We strive to provide an environment which promotes healthy minds and bodies, including physical, emotional, and spiritual well being for the Schmitt Woodland Hills family. Although we are part of the Health and Welfare Ministry of the United Method Church, we endeavor to serve the spiritual needs of all denominations.

Our Values

We relate to each other from a Christian perspective as influenced by our Wesleyan heritage.

We relate to each other in the highest ethical standards and treat our residents with honesty, integrity, and compassion with respect for their privacy, dignity and individual rights.

We value planning for organizational longevity, flexibility and proactive adaptation to a changing environment.

We value fellowship, the sense of communityindividuality and cooperation with residents and staff.

We value being recognized as an organization that constantly meets or exceeds expectations.

We believe in addressing the needs of older persons beyond our buildings and grounds as consistent with our Mission Statement.

We promote the physical, operational, and fiscal wellness of the organization through the wise stewardship of its resources.

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Schmitt Woodland Hills is the only continuum of care facility in Richland Center.