This page was created by Assisted Living Directory to serve as a starting point for your research in to assisted living and long-term care options in Santa Fe.
The facilities for Santa Fe listed here may all be contacted directly, and safely!
A few items to help you along the way:
Santa Fe fortunately has a number of very useful senior services and agencies that can assist seniors, families, and caregivers on a large number of fronts. Prominently, the The Non-Metro Area Agency on Aging is one such agency that helps persons 60 years or older, and their spouse (regardless of age) to access services such as: meals at senior centers, home delivered meals, transportation and homemaker services.
Additionally, the New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Care Services department helps New Mexico's seniors by helping to 'promote the independence and dignity of adults and persons living with disabilities, and their families, by offering services that support autonomy, health, safety, economic well-being, cultural diversity, community involvement, and personal responsibility, thereby enabling them to live on their own terms in their own communities.' Within this department is the Office of Indian Elder Affairs which advocates for New Mexico's Indian elders. Intro by D. Besnette
"Age in Place" We bridge the gap between Traditional Assisted Living and Nursing Homes. Residents can enjoy the comforts of assisted living in our unique homes especially designed for seniors who prefer a more serene environment. Our small home environments are perfect for seniors transitioning from home, hospitals or rehabilitation centers to help them maintain their dignity & self-confidence.
RainbowVision Santa Fe is the newest community in Santa Fe, offering delicious dining,top of the line fitness center, bar and lounge and much more.
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