Mission: As a ministry of the evangelical covenant church, covenant retirement communities celebrates god's gift of life in christian community. We follow the great commandment to love and serve god and one another as taught by jesus christ. (see schedule o)
Programs: Residential living:the number of persons who benefited from the services we provided for the year ended january 31, 2015 were as follows:there were a total of 292 residents occupying 213 apartments at 01/31/15. Residency for the fiscal year totaled 102,707 resident days.
assisted living:the number of persons who benefited from the services we provided for the year ended january 31, 2015 were as follows:there were total of 38 assisted living residents at 01/31/15. Assisted living residency for the the fiscal year totaled 14,504 resident days.
skilled nursing & skilled dementia:the number of persons who benefited from the services we provided for the year ended january 31, 2015 were as follows:there were a total of 56 skilled and long term residents at 01/31/15. Skilled and long term residency for the fiscal year totaled 19,231 resident days.
the organization was involved in various community benefits projectswhich include the following:- staff members volunteered a total of 42 hours of their time at arvada covenant church and front range community college (equivalent to $2,400)- residents volunteered a total of 5,387 hours at local hospitals andclinics, police departments, churches, schools & libraries, foodpantries/banks, knitting and sewing projects for differentorganizations, teaching, tutoring and mentoring projects, prison ministries, habitat for humanity, city hall and others. Residents also raised in-kind ($2,344 in estimated value) and monetary donations ($1,580 in total) for hannah's pantry - hosted student internship program for regis university nursingstudents (equivalent to $1,200)- provided space usage for meeetings and events for various groupsranging from under 35 people to 75+ people such as crossing church, pastors in the city of westminster, jefferson county power of partnership, learning centerand standley lake high school link leaders training (equivalent to $20,000)- monetary donations to arvada food bank, denver rescue mission, family tree, have a heart, hope house, westminster legacy foundation and westminster public safety recognition foundation ($13,000 in total)- in-kind donations to good will($600 estimated value)- host site for small to large scale community events (from under 35participant to 75+) such as arthritis foundation aquacize, parkinson's support group, ecc midwinter, seminars/sessions on several topics/issues called "wednesdays at 2" throughout the year and health faire (equivalent to $593,000)