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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided

Customer Reviews

ccp sucks

I used to live here I was harassed by an other resident they never took appropriate steps to protect my rights as a resident from [Removed] that was harassing me they just took his side so he is favored there I reported them to [Removed] about and the mediaids and the caregivers showing him extra special attention and playing favorites with him they also try to take your freedom of speech away from you the staff and medaids and the caregivers are nothing but jokes.

It has worked for our family!

My mother-in-law has been living at Corvallis Caring Place for 3 years. We have been consistently impressed with the cleanliness, food, activities, and most importantly the kindness of all of the employees.
More important than our opinion, is my mothe-in-law's!
And she is very happy and frequently tells us how much she likes her new home.

They’re very good.

They’re very good. If one of my loved ones needed services, I’d be comfortable placing them here. It’s clean and the staff is friendly and professional. It’s a very nice community that if you needed services, it would be good to check them out.

From the Community

Corvallis Caring Place, a non-profit assisted living community, is conveniently located in the heart of Corvallis, near Oregon State University, and is close to other area amenities: churches, shopping, a Senior Center, and an “over 50” Health Club. Public transportation is very close by and easy to use (in a recent survey, residents were very enthusiastic about the great transportation services available at Corvallis Caring Place). We are focused on the care of those with personal care needs, while fostering independence and personal choice by allowing residents to remain in the same community as their friends and loved ones. Residents are encouraged to plan and participate in civic, social, spiritual and educational activities according to their individual preferences.