all are welcome!
Our charter requires that you’re at least 62 at move-in. For couples, at least 1 of you must be 62 or older. And that’s it. We welcome pets and a big beautiful cross section of humanity, regardless of gender, race, religion, disability or nationality.
FAITH-BASED SERVICE MEANS IT’S A PLEASURE TO GO THE EXTRA MILE.
With our Christian heritage at our core, we are committed to developing servant leaders who understand the immeasurable pleasure of caring for a generation that once cared for us. No matter your role in the organization, bearing the MRC name on your chest means that you are called to be a servant leader. We bring the very best of ourselves to residents who choose to call an MRC community home- every day, in every way. It’s more than work, it’s more than a job…working for MRC is a calling- driven by mission and anchored in faith.
SCRIPTURE’S GOLDEN RULE IS OUR MEASURE FOR SERVICE
Inspired by Matthew 7:12 in scripture, we aim to treat our residents as we’d like to be treated. Around MRC, we call that demonstrating ICARE values: integrity, compassion, accountability, respect, and excellence. What do these ICARE values look like? Well, you’ll know it when you see it. It’s doing the right thing- every time, it’s doing what is required and then some, it’s being a good steward with what you are given, it’s honoring others above oneself, it’s creating moments that matter, it’s what we do- it’s ICARE.
HOW LIFE IN A SENIOR COMMUNITY BEATS STAYING HOME.
MRC communities provide a place to thrive. Quality of life improves while you are surrounded by friends and staff that motivate and encourage you each and every day. Additionally, you enjoy worry-free, maintenance-free living and tasty, nutritious meals, prepared by the chef, that you get to share with friends. The isolation of living at home by yourself is no longer a concern. MRC communities surround you with exactly what you need to ensure a happy, healthy and long life surrounded by friends and caring staff.
WHY “NONPROFIT” MEANS “BETTER CARE.”
Each MRC community is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so leftover margin is reinvested back into the community. In addition, nonprofit status includes a high level of accountability, which translates into a high standard of care. Internally, MRC has met that standard by undertaking the challenge to making Texas the best place to grow old.
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