Our website has been updated with a revised look to demonstrate more clearly how Front Porch and Covia have come together as one organization, united as Front Porch Communities and Services.

While you’ll see changes to our name and our logo, you’ll find consistency in how we continue to provide the same care as a non-profit provider of aging services.

We invite you to explore the website to learn more.


The Square

News and perspectives from Front Porch

The San Francisco Towers’ Christmas Circus Wagon

Every Christmas residents at San Francisco Towers enjoy a beautiful Christmas Circus Wagon, on display in the Lounge during December. This is the story of how SFT residents brought the wagon into existence. In Bill and Martha Steen’s Christmas tree...

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Holiday Giving – The Magic of Simple

This essay by Webster House resident Jim Lyons originally appeared in the December 2018 Webster House Newsletter. It is money grubbing time again. Buy, buy, buy, and then buy more. For those of us who stress about what to buy,...

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This essay by Chaplain Jacquie Robb was originally published in the Spring Lake Village newsletter. We talk a lot about community here at Spring Lake Village. The conversations are usually about joining the community. . .what it’s like to eat...

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Affordable Assisted Living at Lytton Gardens

Lytton Gardens in Palo Alto offers something almost unheard of in senior affordable housing: an Assisted Living option. Openings are currently available for seniors age 62 and older who meet certain financial eligibility requirements. Housing Administrator Doris Lee says, “Affordable...

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Remarks from the Inclusion Reception

On Tuesday, October 30th, Kevin Gerber, Covia’s President and CEO, along with Doug Pace, Director of Mission Partnerships for the Alzheimer’s Association, welcomed LeadingAge members to the Inclusion Reception, an event at the LeadingAge Annual Meeting and Expo in Philadelphia. Covia was...

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