Town & Country Manor is a faith-based, non-profit senior living community located in the center of Orange County.
As a non-profit organization, we are able to put profits right back into Town & Country Manor, which allows us to provide a high standard of care for our residents. You can feel confident knowing that we use integrity and Christian values to guide all decisions regarding the organization, whether they involve business, finance or care practices. We are a licensed Continuing Care Retirement Center (CCRC) by the State of California and offer Independent Living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation in one building. The breadth of services we provide allows us to meet the varying needs of our residents if their health situation changes.
We have carried out our vision of showing God's love through the caring and serving of our residents since Town & Country Manor was built in 1975. The result is a community that feels safe and welcoming to our residents and visitors. With our on-site church, chapel services and Bible studies, we make it easy for residents to stay connected to and grow in their faith while at Town & Country Manor.
While the transition to a senior living community can come with mixed emotions, we know that a new and improved lifestyle awaits you at Town & Country Manor. Imagine having the complete freedom to maintain your independence without the stress of preparing meals, housekeeping or maintenance. Everything you need is in one place.
To fully appreciate all that Town & Country Manor has to offer, we invite you to stop by for a visit. Contact Us to get started!
Town & Country Manor began with the vision of Mrs. Jennie Suppes, who prayed for a miracle after feeling called to build a furlough home for missionaries in Glendale, California. When oil was discovered on property that Mrs. Suppes owned, her vision had the funding to become realized and the Glendale Missionary Colony was built.
By 1970, the property in Glendale, which now included a 45-bed skilled nursing facility, had outgrown its ability to expand. A 10-acre property was purchased as the future home of Town & Country Manor.