Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Columbia, South Carolina

Wildewood Downs

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
731 Polo Road, Columbia, SC 29223
"Wildewood Downs was a very nice facility, and they had a lot of amenities. I thought it was well worth looking at. The rooms were excellent. However, it was too spread out for my mother, but it was..." More

Presbyterian Home of South Carolina

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2817 Ashland Rd., Columbia, SC 29210

Laurel Crest

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
100 Joseph Walker Dr., West Columbia, SC 29169
"I guess we are going to be pretty happy with Laurel Crest. We have already moved my parents in and everything seems to be working just fine. The staff has all been there for a very long time. They..." More

Still Hopes

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1 Still Hopes Dr., West Columbia, SC 29169
"My grandmother lived at Still Hopes from the age of 90 until her passing at nearly 97. She loved the place and took pride in it as if it were her own home. Those who loved her all could see how it..." More

Columbia Home

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
700 Devega Drive, Lexington, SC 29073

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