The facility was built in 2001 by the McGehee family, and it is still family owned and operated today. The McGehee’s are longtime residents of Raleigh Hills (conveniently located between Portland and Beaverton in Washington county) and they are local community advocates. Many residents have family members nearby, which allows them to visit often. Visitors are welcome anytime, day or night. The facility even offers a respite room for out-of-town guests. The cost is $75 per day (including meals) and allows family members a chance to experience daily life in the community.
A happy and healthy quality of life is our mission, which is why we allow small pets (25 lbs. and under). The best way to experience our unique community is to visit it. The building is small enough that it feels like home, but big enough to foster an active and stimulating environment.