Because we’re better together.

As stewards of your well-being, we embrace diversity and individualism to create an inclusive, inviting, and safe environment for all at Legacy at Erie Station. We also work diligently to create local partnerships with your best interest at heart.

Engagement and acceptance are two of our guiding principles. We cultivate deep and lasting bonds through partnerships that encourage residents and associates of all ethnicities and identities to connect and engage through entertainment, knowledge, and self-discovery. With empathy and understanding, our partners are aligned with our values in celebration of each resident’s character, individuality, and perspectives.

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The Greater Rochester Area Partnership for the Elderly (GRAPE) connects elder care professionals through networking, educational programs, and advocacy. They also provide comprehensive information about senior services to better serve older adults and caregivers. This is a not-for-profit membership organization. Membership consists of professionals, volunteers, students, and other interested individuals who serve the older adult population in the Greater Henrietta/Rochester area. By sharing expertise, knowledge, and skills, and by acting as advocates for seniors, the organization works to improve the quality of services available for seniors.

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Henrietta Senior Center

The organization helps provide information and referral for legal and financial matters, transportation difficulties, housing availability, and health services and counseling. You also can find on-site assistance for tax preparation, filing Medicare forms, and more. They offer fitness and exercise programs, health and nutrition counseling, and a lending library. If you’re looking for some variety, they have exciting recreation and social programs, travel days, dancing, celebrations, and defensive driving classes. Transportation to and from the center is available.

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Bethany House

Bethany House has been supporting women since 1977. They proudly provide assistance, temporary housing, and other support to women and children in the Rochester area who are facing instability and homelessness due to domestic violence, addiction, incarceration, physical illness, mental health issues, or poverty. Bethany House’s services are free of charge and open to all women in the community, regardless of age, race, religion, income, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

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Rush-Henrietta Central School District

Residents from Rush and Henrietta voted to start the Rush-Henrietta Central School District in 1946, making it possible for children from both communities to have an equitable education.  

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Thrive Pet Healthcare

Thrive Pet Healthcare connects you with Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Services (VSES), offering emergency animal care and a specialty care practice. Veterinary specialists include emergency veterinarians, board-certified specialists, and well-trained support staff. Their services are the perfect complement to primary health care coverage for your pets.  They offer diagnostic testing, internal medicine services, surgical procedures, and even have an ophthalmology department.  

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Rush Nursery School

Rush Nursery School is a preschool serving families in the Western New York area. They have been around for more than 60 years, specializing in distinct programs for 2-, 3-, and 4-year-old children.

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St. Marianne Cope Roman Catholic Parish

The St. Marianne Cope Roman Catholic Parish offers a selection of masses, activities, counseling services, and other events for those of the Catholic faith.

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Calvary Community Church

Calvary Community Church offers worship services and Holy Communion. The church has been a dynamic part of the Greater Rochester community for more than 90 years.  

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Angels of Mercy Dress a Girl Around the World

Angels of Mercy Dress a Girl Around the World helps provide dresses to young girls all over the country and in developing nations who are at risk for human trafficking. These dresses have a label outside that indicates someone is looking out for the girls, hoping that predators move on. In the last eight years, they have dressed more than 600,000 girls in 75 countries.

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Embracing Diversity

Come as you are.

Watermark has partnered with SAGECare in order to create a more inclusive and understanding community. With more than 7 million LGBTQ+ people projected to be 65 or older within the next decade, we’re prepared to provide the utmost quality care as we welcome LGBTQ+ older adults with open arms. 

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