520 Baker Drive Tomball TX 77375
The residents of Harvest Home are the reason why we exist and we are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for them, while taking a personal interest in their well-being. Our residents represent many different walks of life and backgrounds, but all share a common need for assistance with activities of daily living, and our staff is trained and equipped to assist them in any way necessary. This assistance removes the stresses of everyday living from our residents, freeing them to enjoy each day to its full potential, and live life to the fullest.
At Harvest Home we are committed to improving and maintaining quality of life for our resident's, and our ambitious activity program is proof of that commitment. We maintain a full-time, state certified activity director on staff, and every month brings something new and exciting. In addition, our regular activities throughout the month include our Lunch Bunch outings to area restaurants, Bingo club, Exercise Hour, Poker club, weekly Bluegrass Jam, Sing-Along, and many other exciting activities.
Pricing at Harvest Home
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Reviews of Harvest Home
- A good tour
This community was our second choice. The people we met were friendly and the community was clean. This community seems to offer some nice amenities.
Mom lost her possessions and was afraid of aggressive patients and those not of sound mind.
Smelled like mold and cigarettes. Beautiful gardens but that's all.See all 32 community reviews
Community Details at Harvest Home
Senior Housing Types Provided at Harvest Home
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