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You're ready to learn more about planning your future at Rose Villa, and we're excited to be on this journey with you! We’ve made gathering additional information as easy as possible. Download our brochure using the button below and continue reading to explore next steps and frequently asked questions.

What's Next?

Attend Life Plan 101

We recommend attending Life Plan 101 as the first step to learning more about Rose Villa. Life Plan 101 is perfect opportunity to learn more about life at Rose Villa through an in-depth presentation and robust Q&A. These events are hosted in-person and virtually on ZOOM. Find upcoming Life Plan 101 events by visiting our events page HERE.

Schedule an appointment

Our Sales & Marketing team is available to speak with you 1:1 for any additional questions you may have about life at Rose Villa. Schedule a dedicated phone conversation or in-person visit by filling out our contact form or calling us at 833-833-ROSE.

Join the Future Resident Club

Joining Rose Villa’s Future Resident Club not only secures your spot on our waitlist, it also provides you with exclusive access to our community! Future Resident Club membership is $3,000 and will be applied to your entrance fee upon move in. Learn more about perks of becoming a member of the Future Resident Club by clicking on the button below. 



When researching Life Plan Communities, otherwise known as Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC), asking the right questions will help you narrow down your options. Doing your homework helps you make an informed decision and avoid unwanted surprises down the road. A good fit in a neighborhood where you know you can build community and connect with people who care for you and your well-being is empowering! Consider asking the following questions of any community you are evaluating (such as do they use the word facility vs. community). You will also find specific questions and answers for Rose Villa in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below.

A Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), also known as Life Plan Community, offers all the amenities and services of a retirement community, but with the very important advantage of access to health services for life—a continuum of care that includes assistive services brought to your Independent Living home by our Avencia Home Care team and 24-hour nursing in our Madrona Grove Supportive Living neighborhood. Life Plan Communities offer both financial and health care security. As your health and needs change, we adapt and support you in the ways you need us to. All of this support is secured by the Rose Villa Foundation, which provides financial security and peace of mind.
  • Community living that promotes longer, healthier lives.
  • Access to caring staff and future care options.
  • Specially designed campus environments catered to older adults enhance comfort and quality of life.
  • Secure and engaging community environment fostering social connections.
  • Nutrition-focused dining options offering delicious meals.
  • Convenient on-campus amenities such as fitness facilities, dining venues, concierge services, transportation, beauty salons, and banking services.
  • Predictable costs for easier financial planning.
  • Tax advantages associated with entrance fees and monthly fees.
  • Comprehensive continuum of health services available on-site.
Moving to a Life Plan Community like Rose Villa and determining its fit for your personal and financial situation is as individual as you are! We encourage you to speak with a trusted financial advisor. In addition, please contact us if you would like to have our business office conduct a no-obligation financial pre-screening.
One of the benefits of moving to a Life Plan Community is a single monthly fee that covers most of your living. At Rose Villa, your monthly fees cover heating and cooling, internet, basic cable, housekeeping, interior and exterior building and ground maintenance, and a flexible monthly dining credit. Additionally, your fees include free use of wellness amenities, classes and creative arts studios. Please contact us for more information.
Entrance fees and monthly fees increase each January. Rose Villa strives to keep our annual increases as low as possible, because we know our residents are living on a fixed income. New fees are announced each December. 
We do have a waitlist, and the length of the wait is based on variables we aren’t able to influence or predict. Ideally, you are planning your future well in advance of considering a move to a Life Plan Community, because one of the challenges is the unpredictability of when you might need additional care. The cost to join our waitlist, also called The Future Resident Club, is $3,000, all of which is applicable when you pay your move-in fee.
Long-term care insurance does not cover independent living. Residents who have long-term care insurance may be able to use these benefits to pay for in-home care assistance and 24-hour nursing care. Because every long-term care insurance policy is different, you should contact your insurance agent to learn about the details of your policy. If you have long-term care insurance, it will be factored into your financial screening. 
Rose Villa, like other Life Plan Communities, is licensed and regulated by the state of Oregon as single-site non-profit continuing care retirement community. Our annual financial reports and disclosures are always available. Contact us to view the most recent. 
Rose Villa offers both public and private transportation. TriMet stops at our front door Monday through Friday, and the new MAX Light Rail Orange Line is nearby. Our private transportation for residents includes a shuttle bus, van, two town cars with drivers and surrey carts for on-campus roaming.