Personalized care in a supportive environment

Overseen by a licensed nurse, our specially trained staff are experienced in handling the unique needs of memory loss residents.
Crystal Creek’s premises and programs are designed around your loved one’s safety and cognitive needs.

Our Services

The care they need. The respect they deserve

Crystal Creek’s premises and programs are designed around your loved one’s
safety and cognitive needs

24-hour supervision

Medication management

Assistance with daily activities

Life enrichment programs & entertainment

Mental health services

Housekeeping and laundry


A New Place Called Home

Located in a serene woodland setting, our purpose-built premises will make your loved one feel at home, while ensuring their safety.

Beautiful secure courtyards

Beautiful secure courtyards allow residents the luxury of spending time outside without the need for a companion.

Small one-story buildings

Small one-story buildings make it easy for residents and visitors to find their way around.

Bright, homey interiors

Bright, homey interiors ensure everyone feels comfortable in a cozy, welcoming environment.

Our Premier Amenities

Each fully accessible residential unit is home to a maximum of 20 residents and is fully equipped with:

Beauty salon

En-suite bathrooms

TV lounge

Accessible showers

Communal dining

Emergency buttons

Furnished suites

Cable and wif

Our residents’ loved ones are an important part of the Crystal Creek family. We therefore offer

Convenient visiting hours

Family support groups with the Alzheimer’s Association

Family-friendly events

Floor Plans

Each suite at Crystal Creek is furnished to reflect the comforts of home. Essentials such as private full bath are included in every suite. Housekeeping, linens, recreation, and requested care are all at hand. Residents have the option of dining together in our cozy dining room or dining in the privacy of their own room.

Private Suite

Companion Suite

All-Inclusive Pricing

  • Assistance with activities of daily living
  • Medication management
  • Fresh, home-cooked meals
  • Housekeeping including laundry, linen service, and room cleaning
  • Fully-furnished rooms or personal furniture welcomed
  • Immediate response button
  • Cable and Wi-Fi
  • All utilities (excluding phone service)
  • Alarmed exits including security camera system

How to Finance Assisted Living

There are resources that may help you finance assisted living. They include:

The VA Aid and Attendance Benefit
Long-term Care Insurance
While most expenses are paid from private assets, programs like these may help with financing for assisted living.

The Aid and Attendance Benefit for Veterans and Surviving Spouses

This benefit is designed to help Veterans and their surviving spouses to pay for expenses related to assisted-living care. The limits on these tax-free benefits are adjusted by Congress each year.

There are three primary criteria the Veteran’s Administration considers when awarding benefits:

  • 1. The Veteran must have served a minimum 90 days of active service, one day of which must have been during a period of war.
    The VA defines periods of war as:
    • World War 1 (April 6, 1917 – November 11, 1918)
    • World War II (December 7, 1941 – December 31, 1946)
    • Korean Conflict (June 27, 1950 – January 31, 1955)
    • Vietnam Era (February 28, 1961 – May 7, 1975) for Veterans who served in the Republic of Vietnam during that period, otherwise, August 5, 1964 – May 7, 1975
    • Gulf War (August 2, 1990 - through a future date to be set by law or Presidential Proclamation)
  • 2. The care must be considered medially necessary. That means the Veteran and/or their surviving spouse must have a medical condition which requires assistance with at least two activities of daily living such as bathing, eating, toileting, and more.
  • 3. The Veteran must meet income and net-worth limits. The Veteran’s Administration will evaluate monthly income and assets, as well as the cost of senior care.
  • To learn more about the Aid and Attendance benefit, call the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs at 1-800-827-1000, or connect with a consulting agency who specializes in this benefit.

Long-Term Care Insurance

Medicaid Waiver and PACE
Some long-term care insurance policies help cover expenses at an assisted-living community. Be sure to review your policy to learn the types of care and conditions it covers.

We look forward to extending you a warm welcome at Crystal Creek.