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MERLO STATION APARTMENTS

2024 SW Merlo Court, Beaverton, OR 97003

Merlo Station, opened in June of 2008.  It is located in Beaverton, near MAX light rail, near transit and shopping.​

The complex houses 128 units, with up to 20  1-2 bedroom units prioritized for residents experiencing intellectual developmental disabilities. Income restrictions will apply.

Residents participate in brokerage services and receive assistance from outside service providers, helping them reach and maintain their independent living goals.

MERLO STATION ACTIVITIES

The advocates of ASAP and FFIL residents host Tasty Tuesday, a shared dinner for residents, parents and advocates. Typically 8-20 people attend.  Tasty Tuesdays are a great way for residents to gather, talk with each other, and enhance their community. The apartment manager and grounds manager frequently attend with their families. Prospective residents are always welcome to visit to meet some of the residents, ask questions, and get a feel for living at Merlo Station. 

Advocates help residents plan other outings each year, such as bowling, summer BBQs and movies.

THE BRIDGE APARTMENTS

5920 SW 141st Ave, Beaverton, OR 97005

The Bridge opened in May 2005.  It houses 14 1-bedroom units and is a model for independent living for individuals experiencing intellectual developmental disabilities. The complex is located just off of Allen Blvd. in Beaverton, along the bus line and is close to shopping, banking and restaurants. Residents of The Bridge enjoy independence and a sense of community in a supportive atmosphere.

 

Residents participate in brokerage services and receive assistance from outside service providers, helping them reach and maintain their independent living goals.

BRIDGE ACTIVITIES

Residents of The Bridge have many options for socialization and community involvement.  In addition to the service providers who work with residents on activities of daily living, community access, or vocational coaching, advocates and other volunteers host regular activities and events in the community room.  From birthday parties to family BBQs, game and craft nights to safety workshops - a true sense of community is fostered in these opportunities to connect and build relationships.