The Havens at Antelope Valley

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43051- 15th Street West, Lancaster, CA 93534
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November 02, 2016

By Anonymous543868

I visited this facility

Brookdale was the one that helped us find a group home that we felt might work for my mom. It did not really work out with them, but they were very helpful. The staff was very helpful. They had a calendar of activities. I liked their willingness to help us after we realized that we would not be able to have our parents there. They still helped us. They came to my home and checked on my loved one. They were very helpful people.

February 24, 2016

By Kevin26

I visited this facility

Brookdale Antelope Valley is a newer facility that looked cleaner and definitely very pleasant. The only reason why that place was not chosen was because my mother wanted to be closer to home. I have a few years yet before I qualify, but my children were already planning that I would move in to that facility! Since it was a new facility, everything seemed fresh, clean, and brand new. I would certainly recommend it to anybody I know.

February 10, 2016

By Bill M.2

I visited this facility

Mom decided she wanted to stay at Brookdale Antelope Valley. We visited the place, and she liked it a lot. It was beautiful. The rooms were pretty big. The staff was friendly, nice, and professional. The residents were happy there. We ate there, too, and they had very good food. It was right across the street from a clinic. They had tons of activities every day, seven days a week. They had bingo, bag baseball, live entertainment, happy hour, shopping excursions, and to visits to the YMCA for a slim aerobics.

February 09, 2016

By Diana119740250

I visited this facility

We loved Brookdale. We liked it a lot. They had food available. Their food, their rooms, the personnel, and everything; we loved it. The one that we liked was a one-bedroom unit. When you went in there was a kitchen there. It was a small one, and everything was miniature because you obviously got food downstairs. So it was just mainly for little things. Then, then there was a living room with the windows. Then on the right there was a bathroom, and a bedroom. Some of the people that were there said that they loved it there. The people seemed very happy. The place was well-kept. It was very clean. It had a positive atmosphere.

January 26, 2016

By Brenda G1

I visited this facility

I liked Brookdale Antelope Valley, formerly Emeritus at Lancaster, quite a lot. I liked the meals, and the way they had those set up. They had three meals a day, two standards, and a salad bar. I didn't like too much the way the rooms were laid out, but I liked their bathroom; nice large showers, and nice dressing area. Their grounds were very well-kept. They also had pets. The staff was very nice, and very helpful. He answered my questions; plus he had a lot of answers that I didn't know I would need. The residents were talking to one another. It's not a bad neighborhood by any means; they do have security 24-hours, and I like that. Once or twice a month, they have an outing to a casino or to the beach. They had a shuttle for doctor's appointments. They had scrabble, pinnacle, and quite a list of different things to do. The dining room was open all the time. You could go in whenever you wanted, sit down, and have your meal.

July 31, 2015

By Caring110764850

I visited this facility

I went to Brookdale Antelope Valley (Formerly Emeritus at Lancaster). It was clean. The staff were very nice, and the patients seemed OK. They gave us lunch. The dining area was a little room, they had a food bar, and it was a nice meal. This is a retirement home, and for what it was, it was very good. If I get to the point where I have to do something like that, I would do it there. I asked how much would it cost to have somebody help me with my medication, they said they will cost $400 a month and they have to give you all your medication, and they come and look for you -- I'm not ready for that.

June 29, 2015

By Robert110311250

I visited this facility

The people were real friendly. They invited me on Veterans Day, and they showed me the place. The food was very good. I expected it to be like a dormitory or you'll not be able to go out or do anything, but it was all different. They're great, and I would highly recommend Brookdale Antelope Valley. They showed me some of the rooms, and they were decent. They had a lot of activities going on, like on Father's day, they had a car show.

June 15, 2015

By Caring108565950

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My dad is happy in Brookdale Antelope Valley (Formerly Emeritus at Lancaster). The apartments are very nice; they are a bit small, but sufficient. The place itself is really pretty. They have a varied menu, and the food is very good. They have lots of activities. The maintenance is a little bit behind. They take a little bit of time getting to it. Other than that, it has been a very good experience. Everyone is very friendly, very nice, and very helpful. He has been there a little over a month. They have card games and computer classes. They'll take you to church if you would like on Sundays, and they take you shopping. They have cocktail hours, wine tasting, aerobics, and bingo. Today, they had children come in from the school, and they read books to the children.

June 13, 2015

By Sherie1

I visited this facility

They were very friendly at Brookdale Antelope Valley, and when we went back with my mom, they knew who my mom was and knew about her little dog. They are very upbeat or very positive and really friendly. The rooms looked OK. The reason why I liked Brookdale over the other care facility was that they offered a small area to cook. In case for some reason you wanted to cook your own food, they have that provision there for her. You can eat anytime you wanted rather than having a set time. It was open for dining within their set parameters. I like that too because my mom doesn't always like to get up in the morning, so she can go in and have breakfast within the set time of breakfast or lunch. They have a chef that would cook you whatever you wanted on the menu, and I liked it. The other place that I went had a set time for dining. Their reason was to promote more social activities, but until you get to know everybody around you, sometimes you might want to go in at your leisure. I like Brookdale because of that also.

April 24, 2015

By Marge9

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My father has been in Brookdale Antelope Valley since the end of January. The staff are very friendly and very attentive. They give him his medicines and help him shower. He is in a studio. It's a one large room with a bathroom, a bed, a couch, and a couple of chairs. They can eat anytime in the dining room from 7:00 in the morning to 7:00 at night. The food is very good, and he likes it. They have lots of activities -- i.e., bingo, painting, and card games -- and they take them on trips and to the doctor. With security, they lock the doors at night.

July 19, 2014

By Bruce19

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My sister recommended Emeritus. It had a lot of activities that we'd like to have, activities that are more for what my dad is doing. We chose them because the people over there were more active and they did more things. My dad is very independent, and the people there are a little bit more independent than where he was. The best quality that they have is the interaction and the movement around a lot of people. They have outings, pizza nights, sports nights, and billiard nights. They do yoga and arts and crafts. They have an elliptical machine, so they can actually work out the best they can. They have happy hour for them once a week, which I thought was really cool for my dad. All the questions that I had, the staff answered very well. They were very truthful about what was going on. There wasn't a smoke screen. I was offered to have a meal there three times, and I refused, but their food looked really good. My dad says it is pretty good too, so that's saying a lot. They serve three meals a day and snacks.Emeritus is wonderful. It has plenty of parking. It has a lot of carport-type parking for the residents. It is really good. I like it.

March 11, 2014

By wman

I visited this facility

The tour was very personal and positive. The hostess was informative and cheerful.
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  • All Inclusive Rent
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  • Fee Structure Extra: We Offer A Month To Month Rental
  • Assisted Living Starting At: $2695/month

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals
  • Room Service For Meals


  • Beauty Barber Shop
  • Computer Room
  • Resident Transportation
  • Coffee Shop
  • Party Space
  • Tv Room
  • Garden And Patio
  • Resident Parking
  • Spa
  • Features Extra: Fitness Room/Gym

Cleaning services

  • Laundry For Linens
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry For Clothing

Technology and entertainment

  • Cable In Rooms
  • Internet Enabled Rooms
  • Technology Extra: Emergency Call System

Health services

  • Hospice Care
  • Medication Management
  • Nurse On Staff: Yes


  • Offsite Activities
  • Music
  • Games
  • Stories
  • Wii Sports
  • Tai Chi
  • Fitness Room
  • Arts And Crafts
  • Activities Extra: Puzzles, Birthday Celebrations, Holiday Services

Financial guidance

  • Home Sale Assistance
  • Financing Advice

Guest services

  • Guest Parking
  • Guests At Mealtime


  • English


  • Respite Care
  • Pets: Yes

Types of care

  • Walking Wheelchair Assistance
  • Meal Preparation


  • Licenses: Facility No. 19 7609720
  • State Licenses: 197608583
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About The Havens at Antelope Valley

The Havens at Antelope Valley is a senior living community located in Lancaster, California, a city with 157,604 residents that's roughly one hour north of Los Angeles. Just off State Route 14 in southern Lancaster, seniors living at The Havens at Antelope Valley can easily travel to churches, parks and nature-rich attractions, such as Prime Desert Woodland Preserve.

The Havens at Antelope Valley is a midsized assisted living facility that can host as many as 115 residents. At least one licensed nurse is always available to residents around-the-clock. Seniors with advanced care needs or recovering from injuries can receive on-campus speech, occupational or physical therapy. Medical technicians and nurses help residents recover from stage I and II wounds. The facility also offers ambulation assistance, diabetic care and behavior tracking. 

All of The Havens at Antelope Valley's senior living apartments include wall-to-wall carpeting, wide windows, personally controlled HVAC systems, basic cable packages, walk-in showers and screened-in porches. The facility accommodates residents across four different floor plans in two-bedroom, one-bedroom and studio apartments. The Havens at Antelope Valley, which offers high-class dining options at every meal, makes seasonally themed dishes with in-season ingredients from local supplies daily. 

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