4 Memory Care Facilities near Fayetteville, NC

3 Memory Care Facilities in Fayetteville, NC


Eastover Gardens Special Care

Provides: Memory Care
3017 Dunn Road, Fayetteville, NC 28312
"The Eastover Gardens facility was originally opened in the ’50s as a motor court hotel servicing HWY 301, then the main north-south thoroughfare from Florida to Maine. Sometime in the ’60s the..." More


The Crossings at Hope Mills

Provides: Memory Care
7051 Rockfish Road, Fayetteville, NC 28306
" Opening Summer 2018 The Crossings at Hope Mills is designed to put you in control of your future, knowing that the finest care is available to you – all on one private campus. The..." More

Fayetteville Manor

Provides: Memory Care
231 Treetop Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28311
"My father has been at Fayetteville Manor for about 9 months now. Since the day of the family walk through and almost daily visits by us we have TOTALLY satisfied and pleased with his care by the..." More

1 Memory Care Facility near Fayetteville, NC


The A.R.C., The Alzheimer's Related C...

Provides: Memory Care
4124 Pecan Dr, Hope Mills, NC 28348
"I'm not too much in favor of The A.R.C. They let my husband fall, but the biggest problem was that they didn't call me. He fell at 10:00 p.m. and I didn't find out until 9:30 the next morning, and..." More

Memory Care near Fayetteville, NC

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Fayetteville

  • Review of Fayetteville Manor

    My father has been at Fayetteville Manor for about 9 months now. Since the day of the family walk through and almost daily visits by us we have TOTALLY satisfied and pleased with his care by the p... Read more

    Floyd Jones jR
  • Review of Fayetteville Manor

    My Mom has been at Fayetteville Manor almost 2 years. It's a wonderful facility with a very caring staff. She's well taken care of. I moved her from another facility in Fayetteville and I was payin... Read more

    Sophie's Grandma
  • Review of Fayetteville Manor

    My mom is going to stay in Fayetteville Manor. It is a great place. They have all kinds of activities that they do with the residents -- church, singing, exercising, arts and crafts, gardening, and... Read more


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