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Exceptional faith-based senior living in Jasper and Newton Counties

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We’re a community of heart. We're also a community with a plan.

Our skilled and dedicated associates are exceptionally well prepared to keep you or your loved one secure, comfortable and cared for during this extraordinary time.

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We have an important mission. And we intend to fulfill it. 

As a faith-based, not-for-profit, Christian Horizons’ mission has been to honor God by delivering a continuum of care that promotes independence, wellness and affordable living for older adults.

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Enjoy a vibrant, faith-based lifestyle and affordable living options at our award-winning Life Plan Community.

In-Person Visitations

The population we serve – older persons with underlying medical conditions – are at greater risk for the most serious forms of infection associated with this new disease. Based on CMS guidance, during the COVID-19 public health emergency, it is our policy to enable residents to engage in virtual, outdoor, and indoor visits to the extent possible. If there has been no COVID-19 cases in staff or residents (excluding those admitted with COVID) in the last 14 days and if our county positivity rate is low or medium, we will facilitate in-person visitation consistent with the regulations. Visits should be scheduled in advance by appointment, during designated visiting hours (no unplanned or unannounced visits). The Administrator and/or designees shall accommodate visits using the County Positivity Rate and COVID-19 Outbreak surveillance data.


For the latest community news and information, call our Coronavirus Information Hotline at 417-685-1351, or email us at informationline@chliving.org.

Gratitude Tour kicks off with first stop in Joplin

Christian Horizons Gratitude Tour made its first stop in Joplin, MO, Wednesday, September 2. Joined by Keith Ray, VP of Mission Integration, Barb Shepard, VP of HR, and Karen Larson, VP of Community Operations, Ray Dickison, COO and COVID-19 Task Force Leader passed along deep gratitude to Spring River associates for the work done so far in this pandemic. 

A procession of cars decorated with homemade signs thanking Spring River associates made its way past in front of the community as healthcare workers and residents gathered outside. 

"We want associate to know how grateful and thankful we are for their hard work, continued dedication and focus as we respond and manage through the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Dickison.

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When you call us, you'll always be greeted with a smile.

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