Aging and disability services
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Find help around the house

The Home Care Worker Program helps seniors and people with disabilities remain in their homes.

Here's what you can do:

Find adult care homes and assisted living

Please call 503.988.3000 for information about adult care homes and assisted living.

Adult Care Homes

These single family homes are small care settings located in residential neighborhoods and offer assistance for up to five adults in a home-like environment. Search now for Adult Care Home vacancies. Or learn how to become an Adult Care Home Operator.
 

Residential Care Facilities

These 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

These 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

These types of housing 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