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 Join us for bingo every Tuesday evening at 5:30 PM in our dining room.  Cards are available for purchase. All are welcome to attend.  Contact our front office for more information.

The Pythian Home Retirement Center is a non profit organization that has been providing housing and services to senior adults in the Vancouver Washington area since 1923.  The retirement center (pictured above) opened in 1980.

The Pythian Home Retirement Center offers disabled and senior adults affordable housing, in a location close to downtown Vancouver.  There is a security staff on duty 24 hours a day (7 days a week) and controlled entry into the building.

We hope you will find all the answers you are seeking on this web site.

Please call Lori at 360-696-4375 or e-mail her at 
lori@koprc.com, with any additional questions.  Lori is available to assist you between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.  She would be glad to send you an information packet, or invite you to a complimenary lunch and tour of the facility.


The Order of the Knights of Pythias was founded in Washington D.C. on February 19, 1864.  The primary object of the Knights of Pythias is to promote friendship and to relieve suffering.  Members of the Fraternal Order of the Knights of Pythias are deeply involved in their communities throughout the United States and Canada.

The Knights of Pythias symbol bears three letters.  These letters stand for Friendship, Charity and Benevolence,
            the distinguishing principles of the Order of the Knights of Pythias.

The Pythian Home Retirement Center is a non-profit organization offering equal housing opportunities.

Approximately 1/2 of the apartments in our retirement center are under a government subsidy program, with income limits that must be met in order to qualify for assistance.  Lori will be glad to give you specifics to see if you qualify.  Contact her at 360-696-4375 for more information on our subsidized apartments.

Apartment availability varies and at times there may be a waiting list, however, this is not usually the case with private pay apartments.  At this time, the waiting list for a subsidized studio apartment is approximately one to three months.

Your retirement years can be your best years, with luxury you can afford at the Pythian Home Retirement Center.   

Information on cost, choices of apartment floor plans and qualifications (as well as additional information) are listed throughout this web site.

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