Living Facilities

Introduction

Blue skies, and the front entrance to the Main Building.
The Home consists of a Main Building on Berkeley Avenue in Claremont, California, that includes both single and double rooms with baths. In addition, the Home includes 11 houses on the two adjacent streets to the Home (Stanford Drive and Grinnell Drive). With these types of accommodations we provide a variety of housing, and give more flexibility to the needs of residents. We provide additional care for those requiring it in our infirmary wing in the Main Building.

Main Building and Shared Facilities
Although Southern California is famous for its mild weather, all facilities are air conditioned for our guests' comfort. The Main Building is on the ground level, and most of the rooms are for single occupancy, each with private facilities. The Home has a dedicated staff to serve guests, including around-the-clock caregivers. Utilities, heat, light, electric, and water services are provided to all homes and cottages. Lawn care and maintenance are also included.

Western Assemblies Home is indeed a unique place with its homelike atmosphere.

There is a lovely sunroom for the enjoyment of our residents.
The living area in the Main Building centers about the spacious living room on one side of the inviting entry and a comfortable dining room on the opposite side.

There is also a lovely sunroom and an outside patio for your enjoyment.

Street Plan
The Western Assemblies Home is situated on a level, quiet residential section of Claremont, amidst lovely trees and with a background of high mountains, often snow-capped in the winter. It is a short, pleasant walk to the Claremont Village, which has services that are unique to a small town.

Claremont, California, is a beautiful college town (seven colleges are located here) and has many amenities. Excellent recreational, social, educational, and shopping facilities are available nearby, and transportation is furnished for our guests.



A typical WAH house suitable for independent living.