The Wesleyan at Estrella is owned by the United Methodist Church and operates as a non-profit. In fact, the church considers the assisted living community to be part of their ministry. On the plus side, there's no buy-in charge - only a flat monthly fee for all services provided. Due to the church connection, Wesleyan offers chapel services and a chaplain. Their assisted living program is very well run with quality, skilled care. I believe they also offer a separate section of housing units for memory care patients (dementia, Alzeheimers). Amenities and social events are plentiful with scheduled activities, exercise classes, outings, concierge services, and games for residents. Each housing unit is equipped with a 24-hour call alarm, which is an excellent safety feature for responding to falls or accidents. Housing units are spacious and nicely designed with all appliances included. The food is decent and seems healthy. Overall, Wesleyan is a good choice if you're looking for a non-profit organization with a focus on assisted living, amenities, spiritual development, and social interaction among residents.