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Mercy Retirement & Care Center

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Human Services, Seniors, Supportive Housing for Older Adults

Mission: A nonprofit organization committed to serving and enriching the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of older adults through a professional, faith-centered care community and services.

Programs: Mercy retirement & care center is licensed for 59 skilled nursing residents. The care center provides skilled nursing care to 53 older adult residents in an average month for an annual total of over 18,973 resident days. 44% of residents are private pay, while 36% have medi-cal, 18% have medicare and 2% have other insurance coverage.

mercy's assisted living unit provides housing and services for up to 85 older adult residents that require some assistance with medication or daily activities. This year we provided assisted living housing for 73 residents each month on average, excluding second persons in each unit, for an annual total of 27,716 resident days. The assisted living residents are offered five levels of care in addition to the base level of care so that their individual needs can be met. There are many activities provided for our assisted living residents, including many that reflect our faith-based mission.

mercy's memory care unit provides housing and services for up to 22 older adult residents who have dementia or memory loss. This year we provided memory care housing for 20 residents each month on average for a total of 7,636 resident days. The memory care unit has many daily activities designed for dementia or memory loss residents.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

Mercy is an amazing place. Mercy staff have an amazing heart for the work they do, and it is evident in the ways in which they provide care for their residents. Both of my parents lived at Mercy, and I will always be grateful for the way they cared for my mom and still care for my dad today.And Mercy's Brown Bag Program which feeds 5,000 low income seniors groceries is incredible. With the addition of a new mobile pantry truck, they are poised to feed even more seniors - with an incredible pool of volunteers. It really is Seniors Helping Seniors.


Rating: 5

I think this is a great way to raise awareness of our senior population and their needs! This was a really easy way to contribute!

Review from Guidestar