The Seabrook was the first Continuing Care Retirement Community on Hilton Head Island. It’s the only non-profit CCRC.

Living on Hilton Head

Hilton Head Island is conveniently located an hour from the historic area of Savannah and two hours from scenic Charleston. We offer a resort lifestyle in a subtropical climate on an island with fertile salt marshes, massive live oaks, and maritime forests. Whether you love the beach, golf, tennis, bike riding, fishing, or just relaxing, Hilton Head Island offers it all and is one of the most popular resorts on the East Coast. 

The Seabrook Opened Its Doors October 1982

In October 1982, the Seabrook of Hilton Head opened as a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization. The Seabrook Foundation Fund was established by the Board of Trustees to promote our vision of social accountability. Families and friends of The Seabrook, through gifts of time and charitable donations, are dedicated to sustaining Seabrook’s recognition as a valued asset in the community. The visionary leadership and principles of stewardship has helped craft The Seabrook as a community devoted to philanthropy, faith, family and service to others.

The Seabrook is the only Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) that offers three housing options: condominium purchase, entry fee contract, and studio rental.

The Seabrook is dedicated to the enhancement of the quality of life and health of its residents and offering programs that benefit the seniors on Hilton Head Island.

Serving the local Hilton Head Island community since 1982

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Available Health Services

The Seabrook is classified as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). By definition, our campus must offer independent living, assisted living care, as well as skilled nursing accommodations for our residents. The Seabrook has 206 independent living units and a 33 room, top-rated private skilled-nursing facillity: The Fraser Health Center.

In-home “assisted living” care services are provided by our Home Health & Wellness department. Managed by a RN, residents are allowed to “age-in-place” (i.e. stay in their condo longer), while receiving the care they need.

Testimonials

"I visited 22 CCRC's from Main to Florida before I chose Seabrook as my home. It's the people, food, activities, physical set-up, and location that make it just the place for me."

Nancy

“We moved in a few years ago and it’s wonderful how friendly everyone is. If you like casual and comfortable, you’ll be right at home!”

Ted and Barbara M

"Our Seabrook library has a wealth of good books! Recently, I discovered a special area with books that I am now reading with interest because they have been written by people who live right here at The Seabrook!"

Ann

“We were attracted to The Seabrook because of the beautiful, mature campus. During the four years we’ve lived here we’ve come to appreciate the staff, our neighbors, the outdoor pool, exercise classes and the fantastic food. For the last two Thanksgivings, we’ve invited our family to the island so they can experience our incredible food! We wake up each morning feeling quite lucky to be living at The Seabrook!”

Nancy and Ken B

“After 15 years of retirement independent living in Sea Pines, questions kept surfacing about what was next. So my search began for a place where I would have assistance available if needed, intellectual stimulation, physical activity, administrative stability and financial options that met my long-range goals.


The Seabrook was the perfect fit for me. The golf course view from my old deck has been replaced by folks walking on the covered walkways connecting all The Seabrook buildings. The Dining Room quality and options are competitive with the best local restaurants and cut wasted time in grocery stores by 80 percent. The outdoor saltwater pool keeps me mobile, old friends have been rediscovered and new ones found, the Bookmobile shows up two times a week and The Seabrook Employees make it all happen.


Best of all, my growing family still loves to visit The Seabrook and returns home assured that Mom will be okay.


And better yet, my younger sister has since moved to The Seabrook. It’s a family affair!”

Eileen J

“I looked around at other CCRC’s on Hilton Head and found them to be a bit stuffy and formal — and quite honestly, not very friendly. Seabrook was the complete opposite — very casual but most importantly the residents embrace newcomers from day one. It doesn’t take long to make friends — of course, it helps when you have happy hour twice a week with free beer and wine. Anyone who lives at The Seabrook will have a great time — if they want to!”

Art W