Assisted Living in Prince William County, Virginia
Prince William County
3.9 stars average rating
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Prices for Assisted Living in Prince William County start at $3,800.00.
"I can’t afford to live at Emeritus Lake Ridge, but the people that are working there are beautiful.
They gave me a nice meal. The setup of the dining area was also very nice. It did have a large..." More
"I visited Emeritus at Manassas on a Sunday. The staff was very friendly but limited. However, I’m not saying that they’re short-staffed. I found that the people there seemed very clean. The place..." More
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"They are both very agreeable to Potomac Place. The people are very happy. The dining area is very large. The food is very good. There are one and two-bedroom apartments, and they are very nice...." More
"We visited Morningstar. They gave me a tour. They told me about the financials that are associated with the care. They showed me the rooms. The place is close to a major street, and that was a big..." More
"We chose Sudley Manor house after touring many facilities int he Fairfax area. It's a little more basic (and lower cost) than many other facilities but for us it had the best 'feeling'. They have..." More
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