Reviews of Cedars of Liberty
Carol461466 September 10, 2016
I visited this facility
I took a tour at Cedars of Liberty. I saw that they have an activity room, a cafeteria, and a little library. The rooms that I saw were normal-sized rooms and fairly nice. The staff was fine, but I did not really care for the whole place itself.
Caring103587650 December 29, 2014
I am/was a resident of this facility
I live in Cedars of Liberty, and I am not very happy with it. It used to be an old Catholic school, and the building and its surroundings kind of ghetto to me. The food is not that good, but I am used to the people now. We have moved people all the time; you know never who is working. The grounds are nice; it is in the woods, and there is lots of wild life. We go on shopping trips. There are only two choices of food.
From Cedars of Liberty
A very important part of a quality life is staying active and building social relationships. Cedars provides an organized, meaningful activity calendar to enrich the interest our residents. There are a variety of options where life-long interests and hobbies can be maintained, while the opportunity to learn new things and make new friends is sure. We offer exercise and walking groups, craft classes, current events groups, music programs, pet therapy, church involvement, Bible studies, day trips, shopping trips, holiday celebrations, dance parties, bowling, movies, video games, and more.
What Makes Us Special
Set apart from the typical, bustling surroundings of the city, Cedars sits on 18 beautiful acres and offers an environment that invites you to experience nature--an environment that encourages independence, motivation and continued quality living.
Features of Cedars of Liberty
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- Companion suites: We offer companion suites
- Pets: No pets allowed
- State License(s): 043812
- Minimum rate: $2,100/month
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