Caring House welcomes residents and families

We provide care, supervision and assistance for up to five residents at any one time. We are allowed to serve residents who suffer from heart disease, lung disease, cancer, neurological diseases and other conditions. This includes terminally ill residents who are receiving services from a Medicare-certified hospice agency.

We seek to admit residents whose needs are compatible with our other residents and who we judge will be safe and well-served. Residents must be adults, and if younger than age 60 have needs compatible with our other residents.

We are licensed as a Residential Care Facility for the Elderly by the California Department of Social Services. License number: 198602078.

Caring House is the first non-medical home in Los Angeles County totally focused on end-of-life care.

Goals of Care

Setting goals of care is a crucial part of making appropriate care decisions. At Caring House we welcome residents for whom the goals of care have shifted to peace, comfort and support.

Caring House and Hospice

At Caring House we welcome residents who are using Medicare-certified hospice services. Hospice service teams offer medical care and pain and symptom management, as well as spiritual support, counseling and education. Hospice team members will visit those residents and provide vital support to them and their loved ones, in collaboration with our staff.

Caring House is not a hospice facility or hospice house and is not licensed as a hospice facility, service or agency under the Health and Safety Code or other California or Federal law.

Admissions Information

See our Admissions page for frequently asked questions regarding admission to Caring House.

If you’d like information about a possible admission to Caring House, send us a message through our Contact page or give us a call at 310-796-6625, extension 2.

We honor and remember our residents

As part of our mission, and to carry forward the dignity of each resident, we honor and remember our residents after they’re gone in several ways.