Retirement Housing / Good Samaritan Village

Good Samaritan Village

Good Samaritan Village is a community of 39 one-bedroom apartments for senior adults 62 and older.

There is an on-site Care Manager to assist residents in locating available city, county, and state services to meet their needs.

Amenities Include: Emergency Call System, Building Access Control, Onsite Laundry, Library, Computer Center, Service Coordinator, Onsite Commodity Distribution, Community/Activity Center, Activities, Organized Clubs, Apartment controlled heat and air, Full in unit Kitchen, Utilities included in rent, Transportation for Shopping Trips and Activities, Backup Generator, a Gazebo, a Piano, Gardening, Adaptable Apartments for Disabilities, Pastoral Services, Worship Services.

The Community Center Entertainment room includes a Big Screen TV, and a Wii Entertainment System.

Educational Programs Include Health and Wellness, Financial Management, Computer Classes, Smoking Cessation, and Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support by Certified Leaders.

Physical Fitness Programs Include Group Exercise Programs and a Fitness Center.

Our Staff are Certified In: Dementia Care, Social Work, Maintenance, Fair Housing, and Property Management.

Property Awards and Certifications Include Communities of Quality and Excellence in Management, Service Coordination and Management.

Award Winning Staff: Manager of the Year, Maintenance of the Year, Service Coordinator of the Year.

Golden Cross Senior Ministry Support Includes Help with Emergency Financial Support, Help with Homeless Support, Community Christmas Meals, and Community Activities.

Green Technology Attributes: LED lights, State of the Art Water Heaters, High Efficiency HVAC, Highly Insulated Roof and Walls, High Efficiency Exterior Doors, 99% Efficient Water Heaters.

This facility is a non-smoking facility.

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