Grace Center for Adult Day Services is the only adult day services program in Corvallis and surrounding area and has been offering a day-based care alternative to full-time nursing or institutional care since 1983. Grace Center operates with a person-centered philosophy. We will do whatever it takes to meet individual needs and interests. We do not discharge participants. As the participants’ needs change or increase, we adjust or increase support.
Created by a Grace Lutheran Church Task Force in 1982, Grace Center became an independent, not-for-profit 501(c) (3) corporation in 1983, governed by a community based Board of Directors including physicians, nurses, gerontologists, social workers, attorneys, finance and business experts, and many other talented and dedicated volunteers.
We provide daytime services for adults with disabilities and age-related conditions as well as respite and support for their family caregivers. Our participants and their families reflect the diversity of our community. Grace Center has an open admissions policy, which means we welcome everyone, regardless of diagnosis or financial ability.
Our 11,000+ square foot facility is bright, clean, & cheerful! Each program in located in an area of the center specifically designed for the participants. Examples include our textile room, woodwork room, massage suite, library, and billiards/game room.
The Center’s caring and professional staff provide a therapeutic daytime program of physical, mental, and social activities as well as health monitoring and care management. Morning beverages, a nutritious lunch and an afternoon snack are provided. A warm, home-like environment allows participants to enjoy a variety of activities in a safe and comfortable setting. See our What We Offer page for more information.
Learn more about our program by listening to a KGAL Valley Talk Radio Show interview with our Director of Community Relations:
What people are saying…
The Grace Center provides unique services that typical ID/DD providers do not, services such as Post-Rehabilitation, Memory Care, Cognitive Stimulation and adaptive exercise. Their staff have a high level of training related to aging issues that some of our older residents really need.
- Dave Zaback, Executive Director Homelife