Frequently Asked Questions

A: Affordable monthly payments include all services except private phones. No long-term contract is required, and private pay is accepted. Private pay means that an individual will pay for the services and facilities with their resources.

You can also contact the administrator for more information, including financial aid with the VA Benefit and PACE program.
A: Yes, both entrances to our retirement home are wheelchair accessible. Our facility also has elevator service.
A: It’s a state-licensed facility offering 24/7 care for short- or long-term residents who do not need expert nursing care or a secured environment. Based on our residents' capabilities and medical needs, they are free to come and go as they please to enjoy local shops and entertainment activities. We also invite their family members to participate in all events.
A: We encourage our residents to make our home their own. They can personalize their space as they see fit.
A: Our proficient board of directors works closely with our hardworking administrator and staff. We are licensed and inspected by the Department of Public Health and have an exemplary record.
A: Absolutely, we offer free parking to our residents.
A: No, you can visit us at any time. Our staff members will be delighted to show you around our facility.

Inquire About Our Special Offers

Contact our non-profit 501(c) organization to learn more about our special offers. Our residents may qualify to receive veteran benefits. We also participate in the PACE program, which may allow qualifying residents to obtain funding for the senior care services we provide.
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