About Mountain Haven
Providence Seward Mountain Haven is not your ordinary nursing home; it is part of a nationwide movement know as the Green House® model.
Your home. Your life.
At Seward Mountain Haven, 10 elders share their lives in each of four comfortable residences. They enjoy the privacy of their own bedrooms and baths while gathering in a great room for meals, activities and community.
Front door - This is our elders’ home, and just like home only residents and their caregivers have direct access. Ring the bell. Guests are always welcome
- The center of every home is the kitchen, and meals bring families together. The great room includes an open kitchen where elders and guests can prepare food, a dining area for projects and shared meals, and a seating area around the hearth for conversation.
Bedrooms - Each private suite includes a bedroom and full bath. Elders have the option of decorating rooms with their own furniture.
Patio - Elders can enjoy the beauty of Alaska while sitting on the landscaped patio with mountain views.
We currently have four lodges
- Eagle Lodge
- Fireweed Lodge
- Lupine Lodge
- Raven Lodge
Our main building, Wesley Commons, includes long term care administration and long term care/outpatient rehabilitation services.
Elders at Seward Mountain Haven enjoy a rich life as part of Seward’s close knit community. Situated at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula, Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic communities. This picturesque town is located 126 miles south of Anchorage and is easily reached via the Seward Highway Scenic Byway, the Alaska Railroad, air or ship. Elders enjoy activities at Seward’s bustling harbor, historic downtown district, and an abundance of outdoor activities, including fishing, glacier and wildlife viewing, picnics and more.
For more information
To learn more about Providence Seward Mountain Haven, call (907) 224-2900, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To find general information and specific health topics, visit our online health library