Casa de Modesto

Casa de Modesto always strives to provide the highest level of care to Modesto. In 2019, we were voted #1 Best Senior Care Center in Stanislaus County by readers of Contentment Health and Lifestyle Magazine. Casa de Modesto, a respected registered non-profit 501(c)(3) organization has served the Stanislaus community for 55 years. We were the first of its kind senior living facility in the Modesto community.

The aim of Casa de Modesto has always been to support seniors to live independently in personal living quarters that feels like your own home. The goal has always been to provide an affordable option for people to live in our community. We offer 5 levels of care for each stage of your life starting at age 62.

The home like environment was conceptualized by Fred Strohm, his wife, Ethel, and his brother, Myrle. In 1965, together with the Brethren Church community and other civic leaders ground was broken for the independent apartments. Today Casa de Modesto is non-denominational. We remain at our original location on Eldena Way just off of Norwegian Street.

Casa de Modesto has always provided the highest level of care to Modesto. We encourage residents to live independently through all stages of life. In 2019 we were voted #1 Best Senior Care Center in Stanislaus County by readers of Contentment Health and Lifestyle Magazine.

Explore our 5 levels of care.

The health and safety of our residents is our top concern. Until it is safe to resume, we have suspended in person tours of the property. Please take a virtual tour instead, and contact us with any questions.

Casa de Modesto is a 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit which along with community support allows us to keep our Senior Living costs affordable. We ask for your help to continue our gold standard senior residence services.

News & Updates

We are staying in very close communication with local and State health officials to ensure we are taking all the appropriate steps under current circumstances. When a resident tests positive for COVID-19, we notify that resident and their representative(s) of their condition and implement protocols for their care and treatment. Due to privacy requirements, we cannot divulge specific information about the individuals who have confirmed or suspected COVID-19, unless they are your family member and you have the necessary permissions to receive such information. Casa de Modesto has developed a mitigation plan that has been approved by the State and are following these plans as designed for prevention and protection of all such as;

  • Enhanced infection control precautions including: handwashing, using alcohol-based hand sanitizers wearing face masks, covering coughs and six feet social distancing.
  • Screening residents, staff, and essential visitors for symptoms related to COVID-19 including the recommended temperature checks with all individuals prior to entering the facility.
  • Restricting all non-essential visitation and entry of people to the building.
  • Testing staff and residents for COVID-19 based on current protocols and availability of tests.
  • Cancelling, postponing or carefully limiting communal activities including social distancing and other infection control precautions.

We strongly encourage our staff and residents to continue to follow the recommended preventative actions while within the facility as well as publicly in the outside community, including wearing facemasks at all times, practicing regular handwashing and social distancing for infection prevention and control. Please know that we are adhering to guidelines from the local and State health departments, which continue to evolve as we learn more about this virus. We will continue to provide you with updates. For assistance with coordinating a time to connect with your loved one or if you have questions, please contact us at (209) 529-4950.

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Dear Casa de Modesto Staff

My husband and I just wanted to thank all of you for taking such good care of our friends who live at Casa de Modesto. They tell us how loved they feel by you, and how great your care is, especially during this time of quarantine.

We hope you know each of of you is valued and appreciated. Wish we could give you, and our friends you take care of, a BIG HUG. Hopefully we can do that soon!

With gratitude,

Christine and Lynn Jamison

November, 2020

Christine & Lynn Jamison