As you explore Friendsview and independent living southwest of Portland, Oregon, you’ll discover how uniquely different we are. Here, you’ll be empowered to enjoy an active retirement lifestyle that’s centered around your desires and building a healthier community.
Free from the headaches of home maintenance, yardwork and housekeeping, you’ll have the time and energy to embrace meaningful connections and live a purpose-filled lifestyle. Plush in challenging new adventures; innovative programming; and countless lifelong learning, cultural, social, recreation and volunteer opportunities, you’ll be amazed at how much our Quaker senior living community provides.
At Friendsview, a Type-A or “life care” community, residents pay an entrance fee at move-in and then an ongoing monthly fee. If a resident needs to move to a higher level of care, the monthly fee will not be at market but rather at our standard independent-living rates. This can provide significant savings.
Friendsview offers two different campuses with seven different neighborhoods. The main Fulton Street campus adjoins George Fox University and is just a short walk from downtown Newberg, Oregon, Chehalem Cultural Center and Chehalem Aquatic Center. The Springbrook Meadows campus, two miles away, is located across the street from Chehalem Glenn Golf Club and close to convenient shopping.
And because everyone has their defined tastes and needs, you’ll have a vast array of spacious senior apartments, hybrid homes, duplexes, four-plexes and condominiums with multiple floor plans to choose from. That way you’re sure to find the right independent living option that’s perfect for you.
Entrance and Monthly Fees
Comprehensive senior health care services are provided through a resident’s one-time entrance fee upon move in and then an ongoing monthly service fee. Fees vary depending on your choice of residence and number of occupants, and they may be adjusted for inflation yearly.
Overall, a life care plan at our faith-based senior living community provides both financial stability and peace of mind for residents and their families alike. That’s something you can’t put a price on.
A portion of entrance and monthly fees may be tax-deductible as a medical expense. It’s important to ask our Residency Planning team what percentage this can be. Also, if you have a long-term care insurance policy, it can be used with a life care plan to provide you with additional financial benefits.
Should I get on a waitlist?
Waitlists are called various names; at Friendsview, we call it our intent list. Getting on our intent list just opens another option so you can secure your future.
Download our Friendsview Intent List Application.