The Tolstoy Foundation is the IV Therapy Rockland County NY residence need to rehabilitate and resume their normal lives. Performed in a home-like environment, we want to restore you to the life you once had. Visit us at tfrnc.org
Who is the Tolstoy listed in our name? It is Alexandra Tolstoy, daughter of the famous author. She founded the non-profit Tolstoy Foundation to help people rehabilitate from various conditions. Learn more at tfrnc.org.
Long-term or short-term, our 96-bed facility cares for its residents in a safe home-like environment. View pictures of our Rockland County location and learn more about our non-profit location at tfrnc.org.
Our main goal at The Tolstoy Foundation is to provide highly skilled nursing care for long-term residents and short-term rehabilitation for others. The FAQ at tfrnc.org answers your questions on admissions, rooms, and much more. You can also contact us via phone or email if you have questions not listed on the FAQ.
Are you in search of a long-term or rehabilitation facility close to you but quiet enough for excellent care? The Tolstoy Foundation is a 40-minute drive from Manhattan, Bergen County, or Connecticut’s Fairfield County.
The IV therapy Rockland County NY needs is at the non-profit Tolstoy Foundation. Contact us via phone, email, or the contact form at tfrnc.org and learn more about our organization and specialties.
Founded by Leo Tolstoy’s daughter Alexandra, the non-profit Tolstoy Foundation ministers to the needs of those requiring short-term rehabilitation or long-term care. Review our qualifications and specialties at tfrnc.org.
We are more than medicine and rehabilitation at The Tolstoy Foundation. Regardless if there long- or short-term we offer spiritual guidance, social services, and community activities on- and off-site. Discover more on these services at tfrnc.org.
Don’t give the long-term care of your loved one another thought if you live in or near Rockland County. The non-profit Tolstoy Foundation is your home for medical care and rehabilitation in a home-like environment.
The Tolstoy Foundation participates in Rockland County’s S.H.A.R.P.S. program. We ensure all needles, syringes, and lancets are properly disposed of. Learn more about this program at tfrnc.org.