History, Mission, & Values

Cascade Manor has been serving the seniors of Eugene since 1967. It was first incorporated in 1961, under the sponsorship of three churches: First United Methodist, First Congregational, and Central Presbyterian.

In the early 1990s, Cascade Manor’s Board of Directors recognized that new ideas needed to be explored in order to continue providing a secure retirement for seniors. So, in 1994, the Board approached Pacific Retirement Services, Inc. (PRS), to see how they might work together. Cascade Manor’s Board felt that PRS’s mission was much the same as the Manor’s, and that the Manor could benefit from PRS’s management experience. A dialogue was pursued, and in 1996, Cascade Manor became a PRS affiliate.

In 2005, Cascade Manor expanded by adding 50 Garden Apartments and a state-of-the-art Fitness Center with an Indoor Pool, a Spa, and exercise equipment specially designed for seniors. In addition, the entire campus was renovated, remodeled, and beautifully redecorated.

In 2009, Cascade Manor won Long-Term Living magazine’s 2009 Remodel/Renovation Contest. Cascade Manor was named Best in Category in the Common Spaces Division for its remodel of the Solarium. The judges consisted of a multidisciplinary group from the Society for the Advancement of Gerontological Environments.

Mission Statement
Cascade Manor is a Continuing Care Retirement Community, dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of those we serve in a stimulating, secure environment.