Response to COVID-19

Bethany continues to follow all recommended procedures from the CDC, Department of Social and Health Services as well as Governor Inslee. The following procedures are in place across all Bethany of the Northwest campuses:

  • Screening of all employees at start of shift for COVID-19 symptoms
  • Following all testing requirements for residents and staff
  • Screening of all visitors to the campuses

Read about the importance of COVID-19 Vaccination for Residents of Long-term Care Facilities: Click Here

Please contact the care facility directly with any specific questions you may have.

Welcome to Bethany of the Northwest

Bethany of the Northwest is a continuing care ministry, dedicated to enhancing the quality and dignity of life of those who we serve, out of love for God and neighbor.


Bethany delivers state-of-the-art multi-level supportive care and nursing services


Residents are fully supported so they can experience a life of independence, dignity, and purpose


Designed to meet the physical, spiritual, social, and psychological needs of elderly and disabled persons

A Loving Environment

Most of our residents are vulnerable, low-income senior citizens that rely on Medicare/Medicaid for housing, food, and medical services. People look to Bethany for the kind of care they want for their loved ones.


There are many ways to support Bethany of the Northwest’s Residents.

Generations of Care

Growing from humble beginnings, Bethany has been a household name in Snohomish County since 1901.

Originally Bethania College, “Bethany Home for the Aged” was established in 1901 by a group of Lutherans who believed there was a need for a Christian “Old People’s Home” in the Everett area. Today, Bethany is the fourth largest not-for-profit long-term care provider in the State of Washington. In three Everett locations, we provide 231 beds for skilled and sub-acute nursing, and 54 apartments for assisted living. With a staff of more than 400, and a dedicated corps of volunteers, people continue to look to Bethany to provide our residents with a life of independence, dignity, and purpose.

Bethany’s Core Values


Acting with honesty without compromising the truth


Caring for each person with dignity and respect


Honoring ourselves and those whom we serve


Continually improving and striving to be the best


Using our talents and resources wisely

As a faith-based non-profit organization, Bethany of the Northwest conducts its business activities with the intention of promoting diversity, equity and inclusion, and without discrimination based upon age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability.