Welcome to Pacifica Senior Living McMinnville
Welcome to Pacifica Senior Living McMinnville, our beautiful, safe and friendly community of quality caregivers, well-trained professionals, and most importantly, satisfied residents. Our full service memory care community provides a warm, inviting and familiar environment for residents with Alzheiners Disease and other forms of dementia. At Pacifica Senior Living McMinnville we focus on programs that help individuals with memory loss thrive while managing the issues of dementia.
Our residential care community offers an atmosphere of home and comfort, reducing the feeling of loneliness and confusion. We understand how important this is to our residents and their loved ones.
While providing the best in customized care for own residents, we also provide support and education for families helping the entire family enhance their understanding of the disease process. Own homelike accommodations are custom built to help ease what can be an overwhelming time in life.
A Community Full of Options
Our residents have many choices when it comes to filling their days—which is attractive to seniors seeking a comfortable, stylish, intimate senior care community. Our community graciously offers well-appointed private and companion suit accommodations. We offer dementia-specific activity programs, nutritious and delicious meals and snacks, scheduled transportation, extensive social activities, and the convenience of weekly housekeeping.
The Right Choice. The Right Time.
You’ve taken care of others and worried about their welfare—now it’s time to relax and let someone else start looking out for you. We invite you to contact our Pacifica Senior Living McMinnville community to learn how you can experience the best in memory care services.
See what our residents have to say about us!
"I have been on both sides of Pacifica Senior Living as an employee and as a friend of residents. I have found that there are no staff members here...everyone is family! I can't think of a better place for my loved ones to live."