Our Facility

Fair Haven is located at 2901 Fair Road, Sidney, Ohio. Conveniently off I75, exit 90, west on Fair Road approximately 1.5 miles.

A great place to live and work

It is easy to love life as a resident of Fair Haven; and as our staff can attest it is a great place to work as well!

We are situated on a 156 acre campus that is nestled in the agricultural center of Sidney, Ohio. The well-manicured and attractive property has been a part of Shelby County history since 1869; however, it wasn’t until 100 years later in 1969 that the current facility was constructed with the intent of serving the aging population of Shelby County and those in the surrounding areas.

Our skilled facility has 134 beds that include an Alzheimer’s Unit, a Transition area as well as skilled and long term care areas.

Where the term “Rest” Home is RE-defined!

Is one of the most important parts of life. We encourage daily activities that are coordinated by specially trained staff and tailored to meet individual needs.
Group activities are offered seven days a week. Individual activities and visits are offered as needed or desired. Volunteers are also an integral part of the department, providing assistance with Chapel services, parties, outings, group activities, and individual visits.

Games Exercise Music
Crafts Bingo Outings
Socials Parties Hair Salon
Enrichment Groups Religious Activities Computer Lab
Library Cart Country Store Resident Council

Residents have the opportunity to open a Personal Fund Account. You my deposit monies to be used for hair care or other needs of the resident. Access to your account is through the Business Office Monday through Friday, 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. Arrangements can be made to secure monies for your convenience any time during the day and weekends, upon your request.

State and Federal laws require Nursing Homes to establish a Resident Council. This gives our residents the opportunity to become involved and help improve the quality of life at Fair Haven. It is an independent, organized group of residents who meet on a regular basis to create change, address quality and dignity of care, plan resident activities, participate in legislation, and discuss other matters that are brought before the council members. The council can effectively improve communications between the staff and residents. It also promotes friendship between residents through regular meetings.