About Howard House

Howard House is a 24-Hour Long and Short term Adult Residential Facility (ARF) exclusively for brain injury survivors, both male and female, ages 18 to 60 years old. The Howard House is licensed through California Community Care Licensing. The home was created in 1986, by Bill and Dee Smith, and is owned and operated by the non-profit San Diego Brain Injury Foundation (SDBIF). Howard House is a 6,000 square foot house tucked away in a tree-lined neighborhood in Escondido, California, and is the current home for up to 6 residents, each with his or her own private room.

Howard House Residents enjoy:

  • 6000 square foot home
  • Private rooms
  • Specialty trained staff
  • Exercise room
  • Swimming pool
  • Transportation for day trips and medical appointments
  • Regular weekly outings
  • Nourishing meals
  • A harmonious, family environment
    For more information on admission to the Howard House please contact Flo Crenshaw at: (760) 480-7468 or email her at: howardhouse@sdbif.org. Howard House is located at 2033 Oro Verde Road, Escondido, CA 92027.

    Serving the Brain Injury Community Since 1983