Community-Based Care Options
Community-based Care Facilities serve adults age 65 and older and adults with physical and/or mental disabilities.
Adult Care Homes are small care settings. These single family homes are located in residential neighborhoods and
offer assistance for up to five adults in a home-like environment.
What is Adult Care Home?
Search Adult Care Homes
Residential Care Facilities are larger care settings for six or more people which provide meals and services, such as
assistance with housekeeping, bathing, dressing, and other activities of daily living. Residential Care Facilities generally
offer shared or private bedrooms, with a private or shared bathroom; no kitchenette. Most residents do not require 24-hour
care and have care needs that can be scheduled.
Search Residential Care Facilities
Assisted Living Facilities are larger care settings that provide meals and services, such as assistance with housekeeping,
bathing, dressing, and other activities of daily living, in an apartment-like setting. These facilities offer a private studio or
one-bedroom apartment with a kitchenette and a private bathroom with wheelchair-accessible shower. Assisted Living Facilities are
best suited for individuals whose care needs can be scheduled.
Search Assisted Living Facilities
Room and Board Facilities provide a room, private or shared, bathroom access, housekeeping and meals. No care is provided.
Services and supports include general housekeeping, laundry service, medication reminders, and assistance with scheduling medical
appointments and transportation.
See list of Room and Board Facilities
Information about in-home care or day care services can be found by conducting a search on the Oregon Aging and Disability Resource Connection website: https://adrcoforegon.org