Assisted Living Facilities in Kent County

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Vista Springs Wyoming

Wyoming, MI 49519

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Emerald Meadows

Grand Rapids, MI 49546

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Rest Haven Home

Grand Rapids, MI 49505

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Sunrise of Cascade

Grand Rapids, MI 49546

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Caring Star 2015

Elmcroft of Kentwood

Kentwood, MI 49512

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Vista Springs Riverside Gardens

Grand Rapids, MI 49505

American House Kentwood

Kentwood, MI 49508

Twin Oaks

Gowen, MI 49326

Byron Center Manor

Byron Center, MI 49315

Fountain View of Lowell

Lowell, MI 49331

Crystal Springs

Kentwood, MI 49508

Northview Manor

Grand Rapids, MI 49525

Clark on Keller Lake

Grand Rapids, MI 49546

Rehoboth

Byron Center, MI 49315

Railside Living Center

Byron Center, MI 49315

Georgetown & Cambridge Manors

Grandville, MI 49418

Covenant Village of the Great Lakes

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Edison Assisted Living Center

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Caring Star 2013

Holland Home Fulton Manor

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Holland Home Raybrook Manor

Grand Rapids, MI 49546

The Woods at Samaritas Senior Living ...

Grand Rapids, MI 49508

Pilgrim Manor

Grand Rapids, MI 49505

Porter Hills Presbyterian Village

Grand Rapids, MI 49546

Heron Manor

Grand Rapids, MI 49505

St. Ann's Home

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

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