We believe older adulthood is filled with potential, possibilities, and passion. Christian Living Communities provides a wide array of housing options, services, and programs that create purpose-filled living and meaningful engagement.
Since our first community opened its doors in 1972, CLC has had a rich tradition of senior care advocacy, challenging ageist stereotypes, and empowering older adults to live with purpose. Today, we provide senior living across a full spectrum of living options and care services, including in-home care services.
We are transforming what senior living should be—communities where each resident is a citizen who has influence, autonomy, and a vital role in its overall well-being.
Be Well Known
CLC as an organization – including both owned and managed communities, as well as home care services – follows the guiding principle of “Being Well Known.” We recognize that each person has a unique life story, personal experiences, and gifts to share, and we celebrate each. We commit to a culture where each person’s passions and growth are fully engaged with purpose, honoring them wherever they are in the rhythm of their life.
When we talk with residents and team members about what makes CLC special, time and time again, people talk about the feeling of belonging they find in our organization. We know that communities thrive when each member is seen, valued, and respected for who they are.
A Culture of Citizenship
While CLC has long embraced a resident-driven culture across the organization, we are striving toward a culture of citizenship. A culture that empowers each community member – residents, team members, and family members alike – to contribute to the fabric of the community, look out for one another, problem solve, and take ownership of the community’s well-being.
This may look different in each CLC community, from residents interviewing candidates for open roles to participating in design discussions for upcoming renovations to tending the community gardens.