Part of LincolnHealth

The LincolnHealth – Miles Campus in Damariscotta, Maine

When you make Schooner Cove home, you and your loved ones have the peace of mind that comes from knowing LincolnHealth’s full continuum of care will meet all of your needs should they ever change.

LincolnHealth is an award-winning healthcare system with campuses in the coastal communities of Boothbay Harbor and Damariscotta. The Miles Campus, where Schooner Cove is located, is also home to a hospital, multi-specialty physician practice, and full continuum of senior care. LincolnHealth has a second senior living campus, St. Andrews Village, in beautiful Boothbay Harbor.

Wondering what living option is right for you?

Our Continuum of Care

Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation — Cove’s Edge offers skilled rehabilitation services that help people recover from disabling illnesses, surgeries or injuries.

Assisted Living — Chase Point Assisted Living offers private apartments that allow residents to live as independently as possible with the safety and security of knowing that help is always available.

Memory Care — Riverside at Chase Point is a safe, peaceful, and caring community for individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other memory loss-related conditions.

Long-Term Care — Cove’s Edge provides individualized, quality care to residents in need of support services 24 hours a day.

Home Health & Hospice —MaineHealth Care at Home offers a wide range of home health services and programs for adults.

“After visiting the Damariscotta area our entire lives, my wife Beverly and I decided to move to Schooner Cove when she was 75 and I was 78. It was the best thing we ever did. We lived here together for 14 years before her health needs began to change. She eventually needed to move into long-term nursing at Cove’s Edge when I was no longer able to help her myself. We could not have asked for better care; the staff at Cove’s Edge was so caring and kind to her. It was a relief that she could keep her own doctor and still be steps away from our apartment here at Schooner so I could visit and be with her. Now that she is gone, I still have good friends and activities to keep life enjoyable. It’s a wonderful place to live.”

– Bob H., Schooner Cove Resident