6 Memory Care Facilities in Ramsey County, MN

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Summit Hill Senior Living

Provides: Memory Care
1824 Old Hudson Road, Saint Paul, MN 55119
"At Summit Hill Senior Living we work with you to learn what your needs are, whether you are best fit for assisted living or memory care we are there to deliver your individual needs. Summit Hill..." More

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Rakhma Joy Home

Provides: Memory Care
123 South Wheeler Street, Saint Paul, MN 55105
"Joy Home is located in the Mac-Groveland neighborhood of St. Paul. This turn-of-the-century duplex has capacity for ten residents, five in Unit I, and five in upstairs Unit II. Joy Home features an..." More

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Sunlight Senior Living

Provides: Memory Care
400 Western Avenue North, Saint Paul, MN 55103
"Sunlight Senior Living provides assisted living, memory care, respite care and end-of-life care in a professional managed, enriching environment that supports living life to the fullest. Our..." More

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New Perspective | Highland Park

Provides: Memory Care
750 Mississippi River Boulevard, Saint Paul, MN...
"New Perspective Senior Living - Highland is the best choice for seniors who value independence yet need help with daily activities. Staff focuses on a tailored plan of assistance. Included in our..." More

The Alton Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
1306 Alton Street, Saint Paul, MN 55116
"My mom is living in The Alton. It makes a great impression. The staff is friendly. The maintenance is excellent. Nobody complains about the food. Everybody seems to like the food. The dining area..." More

Carondelet Village

Provides: Memory Care
525 Fairview Avenue South, Saint Paul, MN 55116

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Ramsey County

  • Review of The Alton Memory Care

    My mom is living in The Alton. It makes a great impression. The staff is friendly. The maintenance is excellent. Nobody complains about the food. Everybody seems to like the food. The dining area i... Read more

    Teresa43

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