Join us in celebrating our 50th Anniversary!
Harvest Homes is located on 2-1/2 acres in the historic St. Johns area of North Portland. We offer three different living choices including: Assisted Living, Residential Care, and secure Memory Care Community. These options, and a person centered approach to care, make our community unique.
Harvest Homes was designed to create a tranquil atmosphere to make our residents feel comfortable and at home. Enjoy our Fireside Room, Family Room, and sitting areas with family and friends. Hearty meals are served in our atrium-like dining room, where birds and other wildlife can be viewed through the many windows. Stroll through our gardens or read a book in our Sun Room. For your safety, fire sprinklers, smoke detectors, and emergency call buttons are located throughout our community.
Our staff continually strive to provide affordable care to maximize independence and to maintain quality of life. We assist our residents in making choices and creating opportunities to meet changing social, physical and medical needs. We have 24-hour on duty caregivers to assist with daily activities. Our healthcare team will provide oversight and monitoring of your healthcare needs.
Come Visit Us
We invite you to tour our community, share a meal, and ask any questions you may have. To arrange a visit, please call 503-286-2423 Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Evening and weekend tours are available, upon request.
“Touching lives with love”
The Moyer family has been serving adults in our community since 1965. Over the years we have shared in the lives of many seniors who have regarded our loving, caring home, as their own. We remain committed to making a difference in the lives of those we serve regardless of race, color, creed, or national origin. Please call our office to inquire about the services we offer. Harvest Homes is licensed by the State of Oregon and accepts Medicaid reimbursement. We are an Equal Housing Opportunity community. Celebrating 50 years of service : 1965-2015