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With more than 10 options for senior assisted living in Laurel, Mississippi, how do you know which community is right for you? We've helped more than 200 families in the Laurel, MS area find assisted living facilities to match their unique needs and budget. Request info to get free community reports and work with your local Senior Living Advisor.
1.7 miles from Laurel, MS
Provides: Assisted Living
5 miles from Laurel, MS
Provides: Adult Day Services, Residential Care Home, Alzheimer’s Memory Care
We offer a home like setting and cheerful smiles from our professional staff who greet you everyday. Our caring staff offers the assistance you need while respecting your independence. Our peaceful setting, restaurant style dining experience, activities and beautiful setting combine to...
29 miles from Laurel, MS
Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living
Alden Pointe is Hattiesburg’s premier assisted living and memory care community, providing exemplary services to its residents since 2004. The community is comprised of 36 suites in three neighborhoods, two for assisted living and one dedicated to memory care. Alden Pointe’s team believes in...
31 miles from Laurel, MS
55 miles from Laurel, MS
Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living, Alzheimer’s Memory Care
Sparrow Hills is a Mississippi State licensed personal care home located on 20 plus acres in George County. Nestled in a quiet country setting only 5 minutes from Lucedale, Ms., 45 minutes from Mobile,Al., 1 hour from Hattiesburg, and Pascagoula,Ms., we have been in operation since March 2007. We...
59 miles from Laurel, MS
Provides: Residential Care Home
Brookwood Villa Assisted Living is located in Waynesboro, Mississippi, located in the southeastern county of Wayne. Wayne County was founded in 1809 and is known for its close proximity to Alabama, Mobile and Montgomery and New Orleans, Louisiana as well as its delicious farm grown blueberries. ...
7 miles from Laurel, MS
56 miles from Laurel, MS
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