605 NW 116th Street, Vancouver, WA 98685
At Mary’s Care Home, we strive to create an attentive, welcoming home where those in our care become like family. It’s not uncommon for residents to stay for years — some have graced us with their presence for almost a decade! A long-term stay endorses the quality of care we’re able to provide, under the guidance of Mariana Oltean, owner and operator. She began her caregiving journey in 1997, leading her to open Mary’s Care Home in 2001 — an expansion into home care allowing a greater impact on residents, along with their families and friends. We’re located in the Salmon Creek neighborhood of Vancouver, an area of single-family homes adjacent to outdoor recreation hot spots, such as the Salmon Creek Greenway Trail.
Built in 1962 and most recently renovated in 2003, our home stands out from the rest. The Greek Revival architectural element of a covered front porch flanked by pillars lends the home a palatial appearance, while the tiled entryway adds to the elegance. Our signature pink exterior and sky blue doors contrast with the greenery of the yard and make for eye-catching curb appeal. The exterior pink tone is carried throughout the interior of the home, for...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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