Inland Christian Home is proud to partner with organizations that either improve their community or assist us in providing the best possible service to our residents and their families.
3 Way Thrift
3 Way Thrift is a non-profit organization that collects donated items to resell. The net proceeds are used to support three non-profit organizations: Inland Christian Home, a multi-level senior living community, Ontario Christian School, which provides pre-K through 12th-grade education, and Salem Christian Homes, which provides housing for adults with developmental disabilities.
3 Way Thrift benefits the local community by providing volunteer opportunities, employment, and quality goods while promoting good stewardship of resources. For more information or to become involved at 3 Way Thrift Store, please visit its website: www.3waythrift.org.
LeadingAge is a state and national association made up of non-profit providers of services for seniors, of which Inland Christian Home is a member. LeadingAge represents more than 400 state and 6,000 national nonprofit providers of senior living and care, including affordable housing, continuing care retirement communities, assisted living, skilled nursing, as well as home and community-based care. The association’s advocacy, educational programs, and public relations help its members best serve the state and nation’s older adults. For more information about LeadingAge, please visit its website: www.aging.org
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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