Denker House

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Denker House is a 9-bed, state licensed (facility license 198202233) residential home located in the Harbor Gateway area of Los Angeles, California near the Harbor UCLA Medical Center. It opened its doors on February 1, 1999 to serve residents requiring rehabilitative services and 24/7 care and supervision.

The home consists of both double and single bedrooms. There are large family and living room areas, a full kitchen, full dining room, bathrooms, and landscaped front and backyard patio areas for recreation and socialization.

Residents pay the state licensed board and care rate, which includes rent, food, services, and utilities. Residents are offered services such as occupational therapy, outings, softball games, and access to a local gym. A full-time, live-in house manager is on site 24 hours per day, and case managers visit the home on a regular basis. Physicians and a nurse also regularly visit the home.

Harbor Gateway Homes - Mariposa House, 218th Street House, 223rd Street House

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HFL Harbor Gateway Homes [218th Street House (facility license 198202435), 223rd Street House (facility license 198202431) and Mariposa House (facility license 198202435)] are clustered 6-bed, state licensed residential homes located in the Harbor Gateway area of Los Angeles, California near the Harbor UCLA Medical Center. Doors were opened on August 1, 1999 to serve a total of 18 residents requiring rehabilitative services and 24/7 care and supervision.

Bedrooms in the homes are designed to accommodate two residents each, although single bedrooms are available in one of the homes. There are large family and living rooms, full kitchens, dining rooms, bathrooms, and landscaped front and backyards for recreation and socialization.

Residents pay the state licensed board and care rate, which includes rent, food, services, and utilities. Residents are offered services such as occupational therapy, outings, softball games, and access to a local gym. A full-time, live-in house manager is on site 24 hours per day, and case managers visit the homes on a regular basis. Physicians and a nurse also regularly visit the homes.

Harvest House

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Harvest House (facility license 191593149) is an 8-bed, state licensed residential home located in Norwalk, California. It opened its doors on December 11, 1991 to serve residents requiring rehabilitative services and 24/7 care and supervision.

There are both single and double occupancy bedrooms in the home. There is a large living room area, full kitchen, dining room, bathrooms, and landscaped front and backyard patio areas for recreation and socialization.

Residents pay the state licensed board and care rate, which includes rent, food, services, and utilities. Residents are offered services such as occupational therapy, outings, softball games, and access to a local gym. A full-time, live-in house manager is on site 24 hours per day, and a case manager visits the home on a regular basis. Physicians and a nurse also regularly visit the home.

Madison House

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Madison House (facility license 191222591) is a 9-bed, state licensed residential home located in Pasadena, California. It opened its doors on June 23, 1993 to serve residents requiring rehabilitative services and 24/7 care and supervision.

There are both single and double occupancy bedrooms in the home. There is a large living room area, full kitchen, dining room, bathrooms, and landscaped front and backyards and patio area for recreation and socialization.

Residents pay the state licensed board and care rate, which includes rent, food, services, and utilities. Residents are offered services such as occupational therapy, outings, softball games, and access to a local gym. A full-time, live-in house manager is on site 24 hours per day, and case managers visit the homes on a regular basis. Physicians and a nurse also regularly visit the home.

Wilson House

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Wilson House (facility license 191221043) is an 8-bed, state licensed residential home located in Pasadena, California. It opened its doors on May 16, 1989 to serve residents requiring rehabilitative services and 24/7 care and supervision.

There are four double occupancy bedrooms in the home. There is a large living room area, full kitchen, dining room, bathrooms, and landscaped front and backyard patio areas for recreation and socialization.

Residents pay the state licensed board and care rate, which includes rent, food, services, and utilities. Residents are offered services such as occupational therapy, outings, softball games, and access to a local gym. A full-time, live-in house manager is on site 24 hours per day, and case managers visit the home on a regular basis. Physicians and a nurse also regularly visit the home.