The Ever Changing Face Of Moosehaven Now Offers More For Members!

Brandon Place at Moosehaven has become a reality. Now members will have additional choices for their retirement years. Check out the next step at Moosehaven


Moosehaven now offers Moose members two choices for admission:  The Traditional Retirement Plan and the Fee-For-Service Plan, referred to as Brandon Place at Moosehaven.  The choices are designed to help meet the various financial needs of Moose members.  Under both plans, applicants must be at least 65 years of age.   For those who wish to enter into the Traditional Retirement Program, members should have at least 15 years of membership and be in good standing.  For Brandon Place applicants, a minimum of six months of membership is required. 

Residents under the Traditional Retirement Plan will have their Social Security, Pensions, and any other real or tangible property deposited into their own Retirement Account, managed by Moosehaven.  Admission is not based on how much, or how little a resident has to fund their account.  In the meantime, Moosehaven provides all of their housing needs, clothing, toiletries, campus activities and events, entertainment, transportation, and all levels of medical care.

Brandon Place residents move into independent homes, that are well-appointed with all appliances, blinds, fans, tile and carpet.  Homes come with a security system and are maintenance free to the resident.   Residents must financially qualify to live at Brandon Place, demonstrating they have enough in their financial investments to support them through out their expected lifetime.  Brandon Place residents will continue to manage their own investments.  As their health care needs increase, they will transition to the Moosehaven LifeCare Center.  In the meantime, they enjoy all of the services, amenities, and entertainment that the Moosehaven campus provides.

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As a Mooseheart/Moosehaven Marketing Representative the primary objective is not to obtain admissions applications for children/seniors in need, but to create a network of contacts within each of your respective areas that will be aware of, and educated about Mooseheart/Moosehaven. Any of these contacts could lead to the referral of someone in need, a potential application for Mooseheart and Moosehaven.

Responsibilities of the Marketing Representative will be as follows:

1. Be knowledgeable of Mooseheart/Moosehaven, what it offers and the admissions process. Be prepared and able to make a short ‘pitch’ and answer basic questions about the facility.

2. Keep abreast of current happenings and changes at Mooseheart and Moosehaven.  This can be accomplished by regular visits to, and, reading the Quarterly Reports provided by the Admissions Department, and touching base with the Admissions personnel to verify or ask any questions.

3. Commitment of making one new contact per week (ཅ 2-3 hours per week) by proactively identifying and contacting local schools, service professionals, media outlets, social groups, businesses, etc. to make them aware of the availability for children in need of a stable home at Mooseheart and career opportunities as Family Teachers.  For Moosehaven it is making contacts with our chapters and lodges, and providing information relating to requirements, different available programs, and admission into Moosehaven.

4. Provide these contacts with current material and literature ensuring that they will be adequately prepared to share with families who may indeed benefit from Mooseheart/Moosehaven or those interested in employment.

5. Educate members within your local lodges and State Association about Mooseheart/Moosehaven, its admissions process, and how they can help.

6. If necessary, work together with the Mooseheart/Moosehaven Admissions Department and local lodges to assist with the completion of applications for admission to Mooseheart/Moosehaven.

Moosehaven Marketing Representative:

Pat Walker,, (951) 330-1812

Mooseheart Marketing Representative:

Denise Angeles,, (805) 312-4727


Moosehaven offers several options for residency:

The Moose Life Program

The New Life Program

Moosehaven offers several options for residency: The Moose Life Program or the The New Life Program.

Both plans require an applicant to be at least 65 years of age (at least one member of a spousal unit must be 65) and be able to live independently without assistance. He or she must also be or become a member of the Loyal Order of Moose.

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