The Nudist Family Care Home is Not A ‘Nudist Home’
A family care home in Indiana that is open to the public but is not a “nudisting home” may soon be up for sale.
The family care center was built in the 1920s and is in a residential neighborhood in a predominantly Catholic area.
The center has a “no smoking” policy, according to a recent statement from the Indiana Board of Health.
The board says it wants to find a new home for the facility and that it has been working with the Indiana Department of Health and Environment to ensure it meets all the state’s building codes.
The facility has no smoking facilities, according the statement.
The home was built to accommodate a group of eight families who were living in the home.
The four families that live there now include four adult couples, three adults and three children, according a spokesperson for the family center.
The statement from DHHE says the facility has a history of poor building and safety, and has “been on a lot of fire and water damage.”
DHHE has not yet responded to requests for comment.