3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities Near Redlands, CA

2 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Redlands, CA

The Village at Redlands

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
275 Northgate, Redlands, CA 92374
"If everything comes together, then I'll be able to move into The Village at Redlands. It's owned by a group of churches. They have a limited number of income-qualified residents but they told me..." More

Plymouth Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
900 Salem Drive, Redlands, CA 92373
"Hello I fell and broke my femur and shoulder on October 6 th. After my surgery and hospital stay I was transferred to Plymouth Village Rehab. My daughter knew what my needs were so she went to..." More

1 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Redlands, CA

Altavita

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
17050 Arnold Drive, Riverside, CA 92518
"I'll be at Altavita (Formerly known as Air Force Village West) in the next couple of days. We chose them because they have a good reputation. I used to live in this area, so I knew people that were..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Redlands
  • Review of Plymouth Village

    Hello I fell and broke my femur and shoulder on October 6 th. After my surgery and hospital stay I was transferred to Plymouth Village Rehab. My daughter knew what my needs were so she went to ... Read more

    Grammy Wanda
  • Review of Plymouth Village

    The rehab portion of Plymouth Village is a disgrace. They discharged my mom before she was even partially rehabbed, then called Adult Protective Services on ME because I refused to sign paper work ... Read more

    Debbie Robinson
  • Review of Plymouth Village

    Plymouth Village was a very different place because you can be independent and have your own little home all the way up to almost hospice care. It offered a lot for someone who is willing to stay t... Read more

    Lucy637233
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