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Prices for Assisted Living in Hanceville start at $2,365.00.
"I went for a tour at Elmcroft of Grayson Valley. The facility is very nice. I met some of the residents there, and they seemed to be very content. The staff seemed to be friendly. They were very..." More
"Westminster was quite nice. I visited my brother-in-law in March, and it was very nice. The staff seemed to be very pleasant. They were anxious to get John accustomed to the facility because he had..." More
"Morningside was more of a richly place. The staff was good. The food and everything seemed to be good. The rooms were nice. They had bingo and bocce ball. They involve them in a lot of things, and..." More
"This assisted living is not a very well managed place. I know a person who has lived there and I visited on a few locations. The first thing you notice pulling up is that the location is not a..." More
"My daughter's mother-in-law was there in Prince Place. They were very pleased with that place. It was a small place -- only about ten patients. They loved the food because it was very good. It was..." More
"The rooms at Olive Home look older, but the main thing is when you come in the entrance it looks homey. It looks more like a home than a nursing home or a facility. My dad has been there for 6..." More
"First of all home sweet home is a boarding home not an assisted living. I have had 2 family members that has lived there for years. It is the only place I would 100% recomend. It may be an older..." More
"Covenant Place is a great place. It is very clean. The people are very friendly. The staff is very informative. They have a very nice open door and visiting policy. I think my dad is going to love it." More
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