When Madeline Hill made the commitment to create Mountain Meadows, her decision was based on a long and dedicated history in social services. Madeline played a key role in creating the project that became the Oregon
Model of Long Term Care, now used by Congress and other state governments. For 11 years, she served as regional manager of the Oregon State Senior Services Division. During her years in social services, Madeline became dedicated to the idea of a very special kind of senior community. That's how the dream that become Mountain Meadows began.
Imagine, for a a moment, that you own your own single-family or condominium home in a thoughtfully designed and solidly built retirement community with spectacular views in Ashland, Oregon. Your neighbors are bright, active, caring people. You spend your days strolling in the private park or taking part in many other pleasurable activities both on and around the campus. You're secure. And you're happy.
In 1989, Madeline Hill founded Mountain Meadows, a 21+ acre retirement community in Ashland. You'll now find lovely craftsman-style homes, hillside and creekside condominiums, spacious apartments, and so many other features. But, most importantly, you'll experience the spirit and energy that Madeline was determined to bring to reality.
Video of Madeline Hill interview on the founding of Mountain Meadows: