CDM Caregiving Services Overview

Serving Clark County and Southwest Washington since 1978.

The essence of our organization exists in our human spirit – the spirit and passion of those that serve and the spirit and determination of those who accept our services. We are dedicated to exploring new and innovative ways to serve those in need of long-term care, whatever their age, and to find ways to provide services beyond the traditional state and federal tax-funded sources.

From our formation in 1978 by three community volunteers (Cahoon, Deckard, Murray), CDM has been dedicated to solving the inherent problems of caring for a loved one at home. Every new program, every focus on expanded training, and every step to ensure a stable workforce has brought us closer, but we continue to evolve and utilize best practices in the industry to ensure safe, quality services for those under our care.

CDM opened the McKibbin Center in 2018 to better provide Adult Day Services, and CDM continues to be the largest provider of in-home care in Clark County.

Due to COVID, our Adult Day Center closed on March 13th 2020.   We do not have a date of when we will be able to reopen. At this time we expect to be closed at least until Clark County reaches stage 4 of the Governor’s reopening plan – although this plan has been subject to change.   

We are currently offering  virtual activities, and our current calendar is on the “Adult Day Care” page. If you are interested in virtual activities, please contact Heather Erickson at 360-896-9695 ext. 110 or .

We look forward to our reopening.  Until then please stay safe and take care of each other.