People Focused. Christ Centered. Mission Driven
Warm Beach Retirement & Senior community is a faith-based not-for-profit organization serving our community for over 50 years. We serve both our on campus residents and our off-campus neighbors who seek to age in place successfully. At our core we provide more than just a safety net for low-income retirees and seniors. We also seek to enrich and empower their lives by building rich community connections and meaningful purpose-filled living opportunities.
We find that all retirees and seniors face the challenge of answering must answer some common questions as they age:
- How do I make my resources last as I age?
- How do I make my health last as I age?
- How do I build meaningful community connections as I age?
- How do I find and live our my best purpose as I age?
Helping retirees and seniors find sustainable answers to these core questions is what guides our
serve as the foundation for our activity, educational, advocacy and financial assistance efforts. We enjoy working in partnership with our community members to provide As such you'll find that volunteerism and community engagement is an essential element of who we are. It is a mission fulfilled not just on campus, but extends beyond to impact our neighbors as well. Each year our Residents, Donors, Volunteers and Staff contribute countless hours of time, labor, charity care and direct services both on campus and throughout our neighboring communities of Warm Beach, Stanwood, Camano Island, Lakewood, Smokey Point, Arlington, Marysville, Tulalip and beyond.
40% of those served in assisted living & skilled nursing are on Medicaid which pays less than 70% of actual cost of care
12% of independent living households in our community receive donor-driven monthly rent assistance
51% of independent living residents are low-income and benefit from our non-profit mission focus.
In response to identified community needs we provide the following programs, events, and activities to fulfill our mission:
Uncompensated Charity Care: Low Income housing and Rent Assistance, Medicaid Gap Assistance, Flu Shot Clinics, Homeless Care Kits, Age-in-place home assessments and more.
Educational, Wellness and Advocacy programs: Health & Wellness Classes, Healthcare worker & Caregiver panel discussions, AARP Driving Classes, Virtual Dementia Tours, Estate Planning Basics, Field Trips and outings, and more.
Transportation: Doctor's Appointments, Shopping Trips, Activity outings, and uncompensated use of our buses for sister ministries.
Social Engagement: Resident driven activities and community events, Community Concerts, Rotary Parade participation, Community Garden boxes, Christmas Bazaar, Operation Christmas Child and more.
Thrift Store: High quality, low-cost clothing, furniture and other reusable household items which reduce landfill use and enhance the livability and sustainability of our neighborhoods.
a few mission impact numbers from last year
14,900 hours volunteered by residents of our community last year
$68,945 in transportation assistance provided at no cost
324 bible study, prayer and support groups held last year
258 fitness, health, wellness and life skills classes offered at no cost last year
139 free community wide social events and activities held last year
If you want to learn more about our organization, just follow the links for more information. It’s important to us that our staff, residents, neighbors, volunteers, donors and their networks of support get to know us. Once you take the time to find out what we’re all about, we are confident you and your loved ones will get the most out of your involvement with our community.