About Us

A church family in Wichita Falls, Texas, had a dream to provide:

  • A better way of life for people 62 years of age and older
  • A place of independence, security and peace of mind
  • A place to enjoy friends and the fellowship of others
  • A place of warmth and abounding beauty
  • A place with activity and recreation to make life full and complete

That church family was First Presbyterian Church and today the reality of that dream is Presbyterian Manor. All faiths are welcome.

This unique community is the result of countless volunteer hours and is governed by an 18 member Board of Directors, local volunteers, most of whom are members of First Presbyterian Church, Wichita Falls, Texas. Presbyterian Manor is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.

We are a private pay facility.

The Presbyterian Manor Independent Living Community consists of both private apartments and cottages. Adjoining but separate to the main building is the Perkins-Prothro Health Care Center providing short and long-term nursing care around-the-clock. Both facilities were opened to the public in 1980 and share a 12½ acre campus. In 2007, a third facility was added to the organization at a nearby location. The Earle W. Crawford House of Hope serves those with Alzheimer’s and dementia and is the only dedicated Alzheimer’s facility in the region. The campus also accepts residents in two wings for short or long-term care needs without a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia.

Throughout its history of almost forty years, Presbyterian Manor has stayed true to its original mission and purpose: to provide high quality care for seniors in the North Texas area.

For more information about any of our communities, contact us today.

A message from Kris Awtrey, CEO of Presbyterian Manor, Inc., regarding Coronavirus:

I would like to take a moment to give a brief update on the preparations that
Presbyterian Manor, Inc. is taking in regards to the Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19).

Presbyterian Manor and the House of Hope’s number one priority is the safety of our residents and staff.

COVID-19 has not been diagnosed at Presbyterian Manor or the House of Hope. However, for our residents' safety we are suspending all visitation in the Perkins-Prothro Healthcare Center and the House of Hope campus. We are also asking that guests only visit our independent living area if it is necessary for the health and/or well-being of the resident.

We are monitoring this situation closely and have already implemented steps to help prevent the spread in our community. We are in close contact with the Department of Health and Human Services and the CDC. If there should be any confirmed reports, we will implement even more stringent infection control procedures immediately.

Again, please be assured that Presbyterian Manor is doing everything possible to keep our residents safe. We ask that you remain vigilant regarding this matter and if you have any questions, please call me at any time. Thank you again for your understanding during this difficult and concerning time.