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Directory of Episcopal-Related* Retiree Housing & Care Facilities

22 facilities found in California

Facility Name Phone Contact
Canterbury Woods
651 Sinex Ave.
Pacific Grove, California 93950
(831) 373-3111
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Canterbury Woods is a life care community situated on a six-acre, forested site just blocks from downtown Pacific Grove and the Pacific Ocean. Nearby are the historic city of Monterey and the town of Carmel. The campus offers a choice of cottages or apartments for independent living, personal care units, and beds in the nursing center.
Casa de los Amigos
123 So. Catalina Ave.
Redondo Beach, California 90277
(310) 376-3457

Located on the beach, this four-floor facility offers 136 units for independent living, including a library and community room. Dinner is a non-optional service provided Monday through Friday.
Episcopal Homes Foundation
3650 Mt. Diablo Blvd, Suite 100
Lafayette, California 94549
(925) 283-0680
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Five life care communities located throughout Northern California.
Good Shepherd Manor
4411 11th Ave.
Los Angeles, California 90043
(323) 299-5735
Facility Type: Independent Living
Located on lovely grounds, this two-story building is totally handicapped accessible. It offers social and recreational services, central dining, religious activities, and a residents association.
John A. McColl Family Health Center
235 Nutmeg St.
San Diego, California 92103
(619) 239-6900
Facility Type: Nursing Home
Skilled nursing care and rehabilitation services in a warm, supportive atmosphere of kindness and consideration for each resident. Private and semi-private rooms, beautifully furnished dining room and lobby, outdoor patio and sun deck chairs, activity and physical therapy rooms, chapel.
Los Gatos Meadows
110 Wood Road
Los Gatos, California 95030
(408) 354-0211
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing care on a beautiful hill setting, one block from downtown Los Gatos in northern California's Silicon Valley. On-site educational and cultural events, fitness programs, and opportunities for spiritual growth and volunteering. Library, beauty shop, woodworking shop, and chapel. Transportation available to shopping, restaurants, art galleries and other activities.
Oak Center Towers
1515 Market St.
Oakland, California 94607
(510) 465-1166
Facility Type: Low Income Housing
Eleven-story high rise with multi-purpose room, library, computer facility and game and pool room, three blocks from downtown, transportation one-half block, van for weekly shopping, outings, game rooms.
Pioneer House - Retirement Residence
415 P St.
Sacramento, California 95814
(916) 442-4906
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Six-story facility in downtown Sacramento with a library, van, and activities program. On a bus route. Independent living, assisted living, and nursing care.
Pioneer Tower
515 P Street
Sacramento, California 95814
(916) 443-6548
Facility Type: Independent Living
Twelve-story high rise in the heart of Sacramento, bus to door, vans for appointments, shopping, churches, bus trips, library, chapel, activities, beauty shop, mid-sized meeting room, low-income subsidy.
Presidio Gate Apartments
2770 Lombard St.
San Francisco, California 94123
(415) 567-1050
Facility Type: Independent Living
Residential complex for very low-income and disabled seniors age 62 and older. Authorized by HUD. Four-story building with 55 one-bedroom and studio apartments. Other services include lunch served five days a week for a nominal fee, van transportation for weekly shopping trips, cultural events and other outings, arts, crafts, and education activities, non-sectarian chapel services, service coordination.
Saint Barnabas Senior Center
675 S. Carondelet St.
Los Angeles, California 90057
(213) 388-4444
Facility Type: In-Home Services
Established in 1908, St. Barnabas Senior Services is a professional social service agency providing emergency and supportive assistance to the urban elderly. St. Barnabas serves a 15-square-mile area of downtown Los Angeles that is one of the most ethnically diverse, densely populated and low-income areas in the city. The center provides case management, a medical clinic, transportation, escorts, meals at home and at the center, grocery shopping and delivery, supportive services in the home, money management, legal aid, adult protection, and more. St. Barnabas opened the St. Mark Taper Foundation Adult Day Health Care Center, a newly constructed, research facility specializing in care of those with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
San Francisco Towers
1661 Pine St.
San Francisco, California 94109
(415) 776-0500
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
A 13-story life care facility featuring independent living apartments, personal care units, and beds in a skilled nursing facility. Located in the heart of San Francisco, with a full spectrum of events, activities, lectures and recreational facilities, as well as a wide array of health and wellness services.
Spring Lake Village
5555 Montgomery Dr.
Santa Rosa, California 95409
(800) 795-1267
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Spring Lake Village is near a beautiful lake and adjacent to Spring Lake Park in the heart of Sonoma County wine country. The 26-acre campus offers a choice of cottages and apartments for independent living, personal care units, and beds in the nursing center.
St. Paul's Community Care Center
328 Maple St.
San Diego, California 92103
(619) 239-6900
Facility Type: Adult Day Care
The Community Care Center provides adult day care from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., integrating its child care services to provide activities between seniors and children. The center also offers home care, including personal care, shopping, companionship, medical supervision, and other services.
St. Paul's Manor
2635 Second Ave.
San Diego, California 92103
(619) 239-6900
Facility Type: Independent Living
Independent living in a variety of studio and one-bedroom apartments with wall-to-wall carpeting and draperies. Many include kitchenette units or balconies. Services include housekeeping, maintenance, and transportation to scheduled activities, a lounge with panoramic views of San Diego Harbor, a library, and an interdenominational chapel. Events are scheduled daily. The dining room serves up to three delicious, nutritionally balanced meals daily.
St. Paul's Senior Homes & Services
328 Maple St.
San Diego, California 92103
(619) 239-6900
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
This full service retirement community features independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, home care, adult day care, respite care, and hospice care. Facilities located near San Diego's beautiful Balboa Park offer transportation to theaters, museums, shopping and many other scheduled activities.
St. Paul's Towers Retirement Community
100 Bay Place
Oakland, California 94610
(510) 835-4700
Facility Type: Other
St. Paul's Towers overlooks Lake Merritt in the center of the City of Oakland. It is ideally situated to take advantage of the natural beauty and urban appeal of this thriving city, located between Berkeley and San Francisco. The St. Paul's Towers community consists of a 23-story building that has 215 apartments for independent living, 16 assisted living apartments and 43 beds in the skilled nursing facility. St. Paul's Towers is fully accredited by the Washington, D.C.-based Continuing Care Accreditation Commission, the national accrediting agency for retirement facilities. St. Paul's Towers is intended for qualified individuals 65 years and over who live independently and are in good health for their age. Residents of St. Paul's Towers are required to be enrolled in and maintain Medicare Parts A and B.
St. Paul's Villa
2340 Fourth Ave.
San Diego, California 92101
(619) 239-6900
Facility Type: Assisted Living
Villa residents enjoy a relaxed lifestyle in pleasant studio or one-bedroom apartments. Services include there tastefully prepared meals daily, served in the attractive dining room, activities and transportation. Facilities include a library, card room, wide-screen TV, and an interdenominational chapel.
St. Timothy's Tower & Manor
425 S. Oleander Ave.
Compton, California 90220
(310) 638-8251
Facility Type: Low Income Housing
The Tower, an eight-story high rise, and the one-story Manor are located downtown on a bus route. A small library, chapel, activities program, and laundry are available.
The Canterbury
5801 Crestridge Rd.
Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275
(866) 553-9956
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
The Canterbury is an elegant retirement community located atop the scenic Palos Verdes Peninsula. Canterbury offers independent living in 100 one- and two-bedroom units, assisted living in 31 studio, one- and two-bedroom units, and 28 beds in a skilled nursing center.
The Kensington
1428 S. Marengo Ave.
Alhambra, California 91803
(888) 737-0001
Facility Type: Continuing Care Retirement Community
Located on 12 beautifully landscaped acres in the City of Alhambra, The Kensington offers independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and dementia care. Studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments for active seniors include such services as dining in small, family-like dining rooms, weekly housekeeping, a library, beauty and barber shop, store, and many planned activities.
Trinity House
2701 Capitol Ave.
Sacramento, California 95816
(916) 568-5000
Facility Type: Other
This six-story facility in downtown Sacramento offers 56 units for independent living and 29 nursing care units. The house includes a small library. A book-mobile is also available. A van transports residents to shopping and appointments.

*Note: Episcopal-related facilities listed here have a direct connection to an Episcopal parish or cathedral and/or an Episcopal cleric on the facility's board of trustees.

Disclaimer: The Episcopal-related nursing facility information is provided as a courtesy only. The services and websites referenced herein are outside the www.cpg.org domain are not associated with The Church Pension Fund or and its affiliates (collectively, the "Church Pension Group"). The Church Pension Group is not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of the content of any such website. Nothing herein should be interpreted either as an endorsement or recommendation of any of the listed facilities or services, or as a guaranty or assurance of the quality of care at any of the listed facilities.

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