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Harbor View House | Adult Residential Facility


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Calendar cover art of Geisha Teaching our clients how to tap into their strengths through creative communication is one of the major goals of the Living Museum Art Center at Harbor View House. Each year we produce a calendar that celebrates and showcases the creative spirit of the many talented artists who have emerged through this program. You can help support the Living Museum Art Center by ordering your calendar or becoming a page sponsor. Learn More »

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We hope your visit here will both inform and assist you in learning about the comprehensive programs and services offered by our family of companies. HealthView, Inc. and its subsidiaries are dedicated to serving the disadvantaged, elderly, and those who suffer with severe mental illness. HealthView, Inc., a non-profit corporation, truly believes that caring for people is the key to our success in offering quality social, psychological and health services to the Southern California community.

Harbor View House
Adult Residential Facility (ARF)

New resident being greeted into ARF program

The ARF is licensed by the State Department of Social Services (#191601918) and provides non-medical care and daily supervision for up to 204 residents 18 years or older. Services include single or multiple occupancy furnished rooms, three meals and 2 snacks daily planned by a registered dietician, assistance with taking prescribed medications, money management, transportation to doctors appointments and the Social Security office, and housekeeping and laundry services. A full time activities coordinator organizes daily activities including special events, religious services, classes and outings.

Upon admission an individualized Needs and Services Plan is developed which includes personal objectives and goals to guide the staff in meeting the needs of each resident. An in-house doctor and psychiatrist see the residents regularly to manage their medical needs. The monthly Resident Council Meeting allows residents to express concerns and ideas to staff who utilize their recommendations to improve resident services.

ARF monthly fees can be paid by state disability benefits, veterans benefits or private pay.