What is ICH doing to protect residents and team members?
At Inland Christian Home, the safety of our residents and team members is our top priority. We are working tirelessly to mitigate the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 and have enacted the following procedures in order to maintain a safe environment.
99% of our team members are fully vaccinated. Inland has made the commitment to our community to provide the safest possible environment by requiring our staff members to be vaccinated.
We have hosted several vaccine clinics on campus and have seen an overwhelming participation rate. Future clinics will be held as needed.
Heightened Cleaning Protocols:
Our dedicated staff regularly cleans and disinfects high-contact surfaces and common areas.
The community follows CDC guidelines on hand-washing measures and hand sanitizer stations are located across the campus.
All staff is required to go through a screening process before the start of their shift. All visitors must go through a similar screening process before being permitted on campus.
The facility is following visitation guidelines set by the California Department of Public Health and the California Department of Social Services. In addition to indoor visitation under the current guidelines, we offer multiple options including telephone and video chats as well as outdoor visitation. These guidelines change frequently, therefore ICH will adjust its visitation guidelines as needed. For the latest guidelines affecting your loved one, contact the facility for updates.
All visitors are required to wear facial coverings and practice hand-washing and social distancing during their visits.
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Our Levels of Living & Care
Inland Christian Home provides many different levels of care. These levels include Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Adult Daycare, and Skilled Nursing. Our aging in place concept allows residents a choice in how they receive care and encourages them to live as independently as possible with the lowest required level of support or care. We want Inland to be their home, a place where all are treated as individuals and given choices in the way they live. The availability of different levels of care and services, on the same grounds, offer some very unique advantages. Residents may continue to reside in the community even as their abilities change, achieve peace of mind knowing that their needs are met, and remain close to their spouses, friends, and family.
Inland Christian Home is licensed as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) by the Department of Social Services. A CCRC must follow specific standards set by the California Department of Social Services (CDSS), providing our residents additional assurance that they are living in a well-managed community. To view our CCRC Annual Report, click here.
We are more than just a place to live, we are a place people are happy to call home.
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