House of Hope

The Earle W. Crawford House of Hope opened in 2007 as part of the Presbyterian Manor organization’s continuum of care.

By offering one of the highest staff to resident ratios in the region, the House of Hope is able to focus on quality care that is uniquely designed and specialized for your loved one.

Two levels of care are available at the House of Hope:

Licensed Nursing Care

The House of Hope’s Daffodil and Evergreen Suites each offer fifteen private rooms for individuals seeking licensed nursing care.

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

Dementia residents have needs which are unique to their journey and pose challenges to non-specialized nursing facilities. The dedicated Azalea, Bluebonnet, and Crepe Myrtle suites are specially designed to provide continuum care that matches the progressive nature of the resident’s journey. All staff members receive specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care training.

Families

Community Need

Private Rooms

Memories

Staffing Ratio

Building Relationships

For the Residents

Learning about Alzheimer’s