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Country Pines

1748 W 1800 N, Clinton, UT 84015

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4.0

(21 reviews)

Offers Memory Care, Independent Living, and Assisted Living

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Country Pines

Clinton, Utah 84015


4.0

(21 reviews)


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one bedroom apartment, two bedroom apartment


Starting Price

$2,350/mo



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Memory Care, Independent Living, Assisted Living

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Costs for Country Pines in Clinton, Utah

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$3,500

Starting Price

Independent Living

Independent Living is for those who desire the feel of a private residence with the amenities and activities available in a planned community, such as fitness classes, game nights, and group excursions. Services such as cleaning and groundskeeping are often available.

$2,350

Starting Price

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$2,800

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Reviews of Country Pines in Clinton, Utah

4.0

(21 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.3

  • Staff

    4.4

  • Food

    4.2

  • Activities

    4.7

  • Value

    3.8

Richard

5

May 29, 2024

I visited this facility

I went to Country Pines. Everything was okay. I had no complaints. Everything was good. It was clean and well-organized. The staff was pleasant, informative, and helpful. I have nothing negative to say about it. The units were good. I think the only thing that I would say was bad is because their independent living was more or less in units that were away from the building, which is kind of a lot of people probably would rather have the independent living, and not have anybody bothering them.

Jessie

5

April 19, 2024

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

One of the prettiest, cleanest, calmest buildings I have ever been in! The staff is so knowledgeable and sweet. My mom feels so at home here. Highly recommended.

Alva

5

March 5, 2022

I visited this facility

Country Pines provide assisted living on half of their buildings and senior living on the other half. The lady that helped us out was very nice. They had closed down a little bit because it was a holiday. They said that on regular days, they have everything you could want. They have breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided. You have to pay for your dinner. The rooms were very clean and actually a little bit larger than I was expecting. They have a walk-in shower and lots of room. They have a little kitchenette, where you can cook a few things in a microwave. They have plug-ins for a washer and dryer, which was really nice because my wife does not like to go to the laundromat. They have a nice living room area and a nice area for eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They have a large dining room in assisted living. They have games, movies, and a big social area where they can get together and talk to each other. It's also a place where they can play card games, puzzles, or whatever they would like to do. There's plenty of room for all of that. It was very clean. I didn't see anything dirty anywhere. The hallways were nice and clean. The apartment they showed us had just been revamped, and they had put in new carpeting and repainted all of the walls.

Kimberly

5

September 3, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother moved into Country Pines. It's very nice, and we like it. The grounds are beautiful. There are flowers, a gazebo for the residents and their families, and lots of activities. She has a patio apartment with her own flower garden. She has a small one-bedroom with a handicap-accessible bathroom. They have daily blood-pressure checks. She has only been there for a few days, but they offer several activities. I know they have karaoke and a weekly blood-pressure clinic. They're all very happy-go-lucky, nice people over there. I'm very happy with the staff. The food is good so far. It's restaurant style. You go to a dining room, you have a server get your order, they'll box it up to take it home, and they'll deliver it for $3. It's kind of pricey, and I know things have gone up drastically.

N.G.

4

December 16, 2019

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My brother lived in Country Pines. They have all three levels of care. His room was like a separate apartment. He was able to have a washer and dryer, a small kitchenette, a separate bedroom and bathroom, and a separate little dining room all in one little unit. They also have double bedrooms for couples, but they only serve two meals a day there. The third one, which is the evening meal, the patients are responsible for themselves. They offer breakfast and lunch, and lunch is the big meal of the day. But they look like they don't have enough food for the residents because they're always running out. So nobody got even portions for all the residents. That's my biggest complaint other than the staff being not great. But they're very thorough when they come in once a week to clean your apartment for you, and once a month they do a deep cleaning. They have activities all the time which is good. Their price was a little bit high, and they were getting ready to raise their price, so we moved to another community. Their apartment-type rooms also have the washer and dryer in the rooms, but my brother didn't want to stay there. He didn't like the people and didn't like the help. You have to go in and make arrangements so they'll take you to your appointments and wait for you to be done. They also have activities, crafts, games, and things going on all the time. They also used to offer to take the residents out once a week to a movie. You have to sign up for it, but they'll take the redsidents out to restaurants, shopping at Walmart, and so on. His big problem was that his neighbor whose apartment was attached to him was smoking even though they're not allowed. She'd go to her bedroom and smoke and it would come through to his room, and he's on oxygen since he has lung problems. No matter how many times they get turned onto her smoking she'd always sneak around and get away with it. They have older apartments, but I was impressed with them.

Carla

4

May 10, 2019

I visited this facility

Country Pines was very well maintained, and the director was very helpful. The dining area was clean and looked very well. They had arts and crafts and a round table discussion when we were there.

Reviewer

4

March 14, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mom is in Country Pines. She's in a 2-person room, and it's spacious and clean. The food is really good, she has a good appetite, and she enjoys the food. There's some trained staff and mostly young people. It's not perfect, but it's not bad.

Deanne

4

September 29, 2017

I visited this facility

Country Pines was very nice. The people were nice. The reason I wouldn't choose that facility is because they are like individual apartments, but the residents would have to go outside and walk on sidewalks to go to the dining area. It was not convenient. For some people that might have been fine, but when it's winter, they have to leave their apartments and walk a half a block. They come and clean the rooms and do the laundry. The apartment was small and had a kitchenette and a washer and dryer in the unit. They had an outside area for family to come and barbecue or smokers to sit outside. In the main building, they had the dining room, the hair salon, and the activity rooms. They were very accommodating and personable.

Mark282440

5

February 26, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My aunt has been at the Country Pines. It seemed to be a clean environment. I liked the cleanliness and the location. She was in a private, decent room that was clean every time we visited.

validation55

5

December 4, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I have my mother-in law at CP and she is treated with the utmost respect and care. I visit often and have appreciated their dedication to her well-being. It is clean, modern and I feel very comfortable with having her at CP.

Jennifer664848

1

June 28, 2016

I visited this facility

Country Pines was terrible, ugly, outdated, and really small. I won't ever want my parents to live in a place like that. I just didn't like it at all.

Wanda29

4

May 11, 2016

I visited this facility

I want to go to Country Pines, but I can't afford it. Everybody that I saw greeted me so nicely and assured me that they would be there if I needed help at anytime. The grounds are really nice. The dining area is a dining-playroom combination, with bingo, music, and everything in there along with the dining room for mealtime. It is nicely decorated, clean, and comfortable-looking. They have a nice exercise room, library, and yards. Everything about it looks clean. It is not new, but it has been very well cared for. However, I can’t afford it. At Country Pines, you have your own apartment.

SherryREDXA

5

May 11, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother really likes it at Country Pines and has a nice room. They take care of her very well and make sure she gets her food on time. The staff is very good.

Larayne

3

March 27, 2016

I am/was a resident of this facility

Country Pines was nice. It’s more of assisted living and memory care, so it’s great for them. But for somebody who doesn’t need a lot of assistance, it's not good. They’re awesome. My grandfather was there for six years, so I got really familiar with it, but it just wasn’t a place to put our father because he wasn’t as needy as my grandfather was. I thought the rooms were kind of small but clean. I’ve eaten wonderful food there. They need more staff. They have an activity room for bingo and puzzles, but I never noticed anybody playing card games. Country Pines has pretty big apartments for retirees, so they also have a retirement part, but the part I’ve seen was more where my grandfather was at in the main area for assisted living where they had the dining room. Those who were in the apartments or the retirees, as part of their amenities, have access to the dining room as well as the meals.

A Fellow Reviewer20

2

December 22, 2015

I visited this facility

Country Pines was an old facility. There were many assisted living people that needed help. The employees were nice, but I didn’t think they had enough people to help with their needs. Also, I didn’t think the facility was well maintained. It was old and needed updating. It wasn’t as clean as I think it could have been.

Maggie29

1

August 31, 2015

I visited this facility

I didn’t like Country Pines. Even though I scheduled and verified my scheduled appointment, they didn’t have anybody to take me on the tour. They seemed annoyed that I was there to take a tour of the place. The staff didn’t answer any questions. They didn’t have activities like all the other places. The dining area was really small and hard to get around with the number of people trying to be in there. The people there seemed happy. The rooms were really small, cramped, and had a smell to them.

Wendy35

4

June 30, 2015

I visited this facility

My mother will be a resident of Country Pines. It is very clean and well organized and has friendly staff and occupants. They do shopping and trips, they have bingo and exercise classes, and singers come in and perform for them.

Great full Son In Law

5

April 29, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

Quality of life ,my Mother In law is resident of the new memory unit.My wife and I can't get over how well she is doing its just a blessing for us to see her smile. They are so gentle and patient with her it is truly an extended family. Greate full Son In law

Donna Cordon d

5

April 7, 2015

Other

My mother is the first person in the new memory unit at Country Pines, they greeted her at the door with flowers and in her room in her chair were two of the most important comfort factors in her closing world. Her favorite chips and a new blanket to keep her warm, the director of the memory unit remember theses items from our conversation about Mom a month prior to their opening. Thank you Pat! The smile on my Moms face as they took her picture was priceless. My husband and I could not be any happier with a facility than Country pines it is outstanding and what a beautiful memory unit they have open up wow.. Thank you guys for all you are doing for my Mom and for making us feel like family. Sincerely yours Donna Cordon Kathy's Daughter.

Bonnie44

5

March 18, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I have several friends at Country Pines. In fact, I have a friend that lives in the same facility, but she is in her own apartment. We have my sister on Medicaid because we could not afford to pay the assisted living by ourselves. My sister is able to get back up where she was before the accident, and they put her in one of the apartments by herself. The manager told us that if you got her on Medicaid and she qualified for it, she could stay. The facility is clean, they wash her, and the patients are happy. My best friend was in the independent apartment, and she loves it.

Grateful12

5

May 29, 2011

Friend or relative of resident

My grandma lived on her own, without kids, and without her husband for 12 years. She was getting older and while still very able bodied she did have trouble getting around her house on her own. Deciding to move into Country Pines was the best decision she ever made. When the family first arrived to help her the staff was very friendly and inviting, her room was actually more like a small apartment. She had a bedroom, living room with attached kitchen, and her own bathroom. She was very nervous about the move but with the helpful staff and the wonderful residents she fit right in and loved it. She could have meals brought to her, or eaten in the cafeteria with the other residents. If she wanted to cook her own food she was welcome to do that also. Years later she did end up getting sicker and had to be moved inside the facility for more direct care. She said that her years at the retirement center were some of the best of her life. When she did pass away we were elated with how understanding and kind the staff were. She wasn't just another patient to them, they treated her like their own family and we will be forever thankful to them.

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Costs for Country Pines in Clinton, Utah

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$3,500

Starting Price

Independent Living

Independent Living is for those who desire the feel of a private residence with the amenities and activities available in a planned community, such as fitness classes, game nights, and group excursions. Services such as cleaning and groundskeeping are often available.

$2,350

Starting Price

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$2,800

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Country Pines in Clinton, Utah

Room Amenities

  • Wifi/Internet In Unit
  • Cable/Satellite In Unit
  • Kitchen Appliances In Unit

Dining

  • Communal Dining
  • Guest Meals

Housekeeping & Maintenance

  • Housekeeping Services
  • Laundry Services
  • Linen Services
  • Private Housekeeping Services

Parking Options

  • Parking Lot

Transportation & Shopping

  • General Transportation Services

Additional Amenity Information

  • Housing: Private rooms
  • Financial Guidance: Country Pines is the vision of renowned physician, author, and speaker, Dr. Corey Ericksen. Dr. Ericksen's field of study became personal when his own parents began to show signs of aging related depression. Understanding that medication is only part of t
  • Special Comment: Country Pines is the vision of renowned physician, author, and speaker, Dr. Corey Ericksen. Dr. Ericksen's field of study became personal when his own parents began to show signs of aging related depression. Understanding that medication is only part of the solution, Dr. Ericksen created a stimulating community for his parents that allowed them to maintain their indepenence. Country Pines provides socialization, engaging activities, outings, and high quality nutrition served in a dining room setting. The Country Pines community is exactly what Dr. Ericksen envisioned for his ageing parents. Dr. Ericksen wanted his parents to have all of these services and amenities while maintaining their privacy and independence. Since nothing like Country Pines existed when Dr. Ericksen's parents needed it, he made it his mission to create this very special place.

Fitness & Wellness Programs

  • Fitness & wellness facilities/equipment
  • Salon Services

Games Hobbies & Recreation

  • Arts & Crafts Activities/Programs
  • Educational Activities/Programs
  • Music Activities/Programs
  • Facilitated Field Trips/Outings
  • Tabletop & Other Games/Programs
  • Horticultural Activities

Inside Amenities

  • Entertainment Venues
  • Cable/Satellite TV in Common Area

Safety & Security

  • Gated Facility

Financing & Payment Options

  • All Inclusive Rent

On-Site Services

  • Veterans Affairs (VA) Aid Assistance
  • Religious Services

Guests

  • Guest Parking
  • Overnight Guests

Outside Amenities

  • Garden

Specialized Staff

  • Nurse on Staff (24 Hours)

Pets

  • No Pets

About Country Pines in Clinton, Utah

Country Pines is one of very few senior communities in Utah that offers a full continuum of care. We are an all-inclusive campus that offers 50 ground level patio apartments for our Independent residents, 50 private Assisted Living units, as well as a safe and secure private memory care wing for our residents who suffer from Alzheimer's or Dementia related illnesses.

Reputation

Country Pines has built an outstanding reputation for service and care in the medical community over the past 20 years.

With many newcomers into this complex industry of senior care, when you choose Country Pines you can be confident you are choosing a company with experience and outstanding track record for providing the highest quality service and care.

Experience

For over 20 years a large professional network of hospitals, doctors, physical therapists, social workers, and discharge planners have trusted Country Pines to care for their patients.

A person may simply require an independent apartment with services such as meals, transportation, and on-site staffing. Or one may need varying degrees of assisted living provided by their own nurse. Even if your loved one requires specialized care for dementia or alzheimer's care, Country Pines is your answer.

Independent Housing

Spacious one and two bedroom units with ample living area and a full kitchen makes you feel right at home.

Meals

Regionally acclaimed master-chef Randy Thorstead, founder of the famed "Lion House" restaurant of Ogden developed our amazing dietary program. We are proud to serve professionally prepared and garnished meals daily. They are always from scratch, delicious, and healthy. At Country Pines we are well known for our incredible meals.

Activities

Betty is our adored activity director of 16 years. She always ensures that we have a full calendar of engaging activities, great entertainment, exercise programs, and outings to keep our residents happy and healthy.

Worship

Country Pines arranges for weekly, on-site religious services on Sunday as well as mid-week bible study and relief society meetings.

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