What are Assisted Living Communities?

Assisted living communities provide older adults with a customized level of care primarily focused on activities of daily living (ADLs), such as eating, medication reminders, and personal hygiene. If you would benefit from support with daily living, but don’t require the high-level care of skilled nursing, an assisted living community may be a good fit for you.

The experienced, compassionate team members at CLC’s assisted living communities take the time to know each personal as an individual, going beyond understanding care needs to knowing their interests, passions, and dreams. In addition to offering supportive care, we strive to create a culture where each person is well-known and empowered to contribute to the daily fabric of life in their community in whatever way brings them purpose.

Explore Our Assisted Living Communities

Cappella of Grand Junction

628 26 1/2 Rd
Grand Junction, CO 81506

Cappella of Pueblo West

170 S Dacona Dr
Pueblo West, CO 81007

Casey's Pond

2855 Owl Hoot Trail
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Continuing Care Community

Clermont Park

Clermont Park

2479 S Clermont St
Denver, CO 80222

Life Plan Community

Dayspring Villa

Dayspring Villa

3777 W 26th Ave
Denver, CO 80211

Holly Creek

Holly Creek

5500 E Peakview Ave
Centennial, CO 80121

Life Plan Community

The Retreat at Sunny Vista

2450 E Cache La Poudre St
Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Someren Glen

Someren Glen

5000 E Arapahoe Rd
Centennial, CO 80122

Continuing Care Community

"Mom says everything and everyone is so nice and caring. She's adjusted so well and so easily to Assisted Living at Someren Glen, it makes me happy."
- Family Member

Someren Glen resident and care partner talking


Benefits of Assisted Living

CLC’s assisted living communities offer numerous benefits to enrich your life and support you as you explore new opportunities for growth. Depending on your personal goals, priorities, and interests, assisted living communities can help support your physical, cognitive, and mental health through a rich and varied events calendar. From group walks, yoga, and dance classes to art workshops, movie nights, and book clubs, our life enrichment programming is developed alongside residents to offer meaningful opportunities for continued growth and social connection.

Military service member saluting


How to Pay for Assisted Living

Many different options are available to help pay for assisted living. It is important to first determine what you or your loved one may qualify for. Some common ways to pay for assisted living include veteran’s benefits, social security, long-term care insurance, life insurance, and Medicaid. You may also find that some assisted living communities offer all-inclusive pricing while others determine pricing based on the level of assistance needed.

Clermont Park resident enjoying meal and wine in The Pines Cafe


Assisted Living Amenities

At CLC’s assisted living communities, you’ll find all the amenities of residential living with the extra assistance you need to live life to the fullest. Choose from studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom private apartment floor plans. Enjoy numerous dining options, fitness centers, resident-run boutiques, games rooms, community gardens, movie theaters, and more.

Holly Creek resident watering flowers on her patio


Assisted Living vs. Skilled Nursing

Assisted living communities are designed to encourage residents to live as independently as possible, while offering customized support with day-to-day activities. If you need around-the-clock nursing care, wound care, medical monitoring, or therapy, a skilled nursing community may be right for you.