3 Memory Care Facilities in Richland County, SC

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The Haven in the Summit

Provides: Memory Care
3 Summit Terrace, Columbia, SC 29229
"The Haven in the Summit was probably the nicest memory care community, but it was a little bit too far away for us. It was totally memory care, so their security system was well established. They..." More

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The Crossings at Columbia

Provides: Memory Care
2300 Clemson Rd. , Columbia, SC 29229
"The Crossings at Columbia is a convenient, comfortable and active community of understated elegance. It is a place where you choose the lifestyle you prefer, while you and your family have the..." More

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Atria Forest Lake

Provides: Memory Care
4405 Forest Drive, Columbia, SC 29206
"In a beautiful homestead with an expansive Southern-style front porch, you'll find Atria Forest Lake, a family-style senior community. Enjoy a quiet walk in the courtyard, relax with friends by the..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Richland County

  • Review of The Haven in the Summit

    The Haven in the Summit was probably the nicest memory care community, but it was a little bit too far away for us. It was totally memory care, so their security system was well established. They h... Read more

    hl
  • Review of The Haven in the Summit

    The Haven in the Summit was clean and open. The staff seemed good and on top of things. The dining area was good and clean. Read more

    Pat233280
  • Review of The Haven in the Summit

    The staff and facility are excellent. I am very happy I found The Haven for my mother. Read more

    jwcnashville

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