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Encore Senior Living

At Encore Senior Living, we take pride in offering personalized care that nurtures the spirit, enables free choice, encourages independence, respects privacy, fosters individuality and preserves dignity. We welcome your feedback and your questions.

Corporate Office
Encore Senior Living LLC
6400 S.E. Lake Road, Suite 400
Milwaukie, OR 97222
503-905-3300 phone
503-905-3333 fax
email info@encoresl.com

Resident & Family Toll-Free Comment Line
1-888-261-6345

Need a Community?
Visit our Communities page.

Career Opportunities
If you are interested in turning your skills into a meaningful, rewarding career with Encore, please contact the community or office you are interested in directly to request an employment application. Also visit our Careers Page for more information.

Management & Consulting
For more information on our Management Services and Consulting Services email us today at info@encoresl.com

Media Inquiries
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Verifying Employment
If you need to verify employment of a potential candidate that have worked at any of our communities or corporate office, please call our 1-888-261-6345 comment line, leave your name, phone number and that you are calling to verify employment. The corporate Human Resources staff will contact you in a timely manner.

Encore in the News

Senior News from the NCOA

  • Vaccines: What Medicare pays for Medicare pays for many preventive services, including vaccines, but the coverage rules and frequency can be confusing. Our Center for Benefits Access outlines the commonly recommended vaccines for people with Medicare, which part of Medicare covers them, and where to find more information.
  • Start planning for Falls Prevention Awareness Day Did you know that more than 21,700 older Americans die every year from injuries related to unintentional falls? Participate in Falls Prevention Awareness Day on Sept. 23 to give seniors in your area tips and tools to stay safe.
  • Senior centers on the move NCOA’s National Institute of Senior Centers (NISC) is working to improve senior centers nationwide. The FY14 NISC Annual Report details how members evaluated senior center operations and programs, shared best practices, advocated for policies that help older adults, and more.
  • It's Hunger Action Month: What about seniors? It’s estimated that more than 4 million seniors are eligible for nearly $4.5 billion in food benefits, but they are not enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Why? Many simply don’t know about the program. September is Hunger Action Month. Help us spread the word—SNAP helps hungry seniors and it's easy to get started!
  • Social Security turns 79, but is senior poverty a thing of the past? Social Security keeps millions of seniors out of extreme poverty, but not all. Today, 15% of American seniors are still living in poverty, most of them women and people of color, according to a new report from Half in Ten and the National Senior Citizens Law Center. Issues like economic insecurity, homelessness, and hunger remain.