530 Northside Drive, Carrollton, GA 30117
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If I had to go to a care home I would go here I think its a good place for a loved one. The community was good with communication between the staff and the family. I would recommend this community to others
We moved my mother in to Brookdale in July to be closer to family. They said they would assign an ambassador to show her around but no one ever did. She only left her room to eat. On that note she was very happy with the service and the food. A huge upgrade from her previous facility. There were a few mishaps with her medicine, forgotten doses. She became acutely I'll and my sister took her to the hospital. No one called us to check on her. She was there 8 days. We did have a visit from the new head nurse. He was very nice but this came after my sister called Brookdale to see if they cared how she was doing. She passed away suddenly and we have not heard one word from them. They knew she wasn't coming back because my sisters moved all of her stuff out. They sang a good song to get us is to move her there but once they got their money things changed. We were told that there was a special ending that day and we had to take financial ownership that day. We ended up paying for 1.5 months that she was not living there and still had to pay at the other facility. We had high hopes for this place and we're very disappointed.
I was looking for a place to bring my mother to be closer to me as she was aging. My sister and I sat with the Marketing/Sales rep at Brookdale and then met with the financial director and the Director of the facility. They all made us feel so comfortable and that their top priority was caring for our loved one and that we would be a "family". They said all the right things and seemed so sincere. Once my mother moved in I don't feel we received all the "touchy feely" care they promised us and boasted about while they were taking our deposit and paperwork. Overall they were not friendly. There were a few people here and there that were nice, [name removed], [name removed], a few nurses and the wait staff in the dining room. I gave a low score for cleanliness because there was a moldy smell in the hallway outside my mothers apartment that was concerning. My mother lived there 2 weeks and they did nothing to introduce her to other residents or get her engaged in any way. I had to call the Director broken hearted that my mother was just sitting in her room daily with no engagement at all. I was giving her time to adjust and thought the staff would help. It was only then that they assigned an Ambassador to her to help her get acclimated. But even with that they did not encourage socializing. I was very involved in my mothers care visiting her 3-4 times a week. Many times I would come through the building and wouldn't see a single staff person. The only staff person who called my mother by name and made any effort to make her feel welcomed and comfortable was [name removed]. He made it a point to make sure my mother would eat and eat well. He is a true chef and the food is very delicious and well suited for senior adults. Two and a half months into her stay my mother became ill on a Wednesday morning and the nurse called me to come to her apartment. They knew and suggested that I take her to the emergency room. She was admitted to the hospital and was there 5 nights when I finally went back to Brookdale to file the papers for mother to move out and to start cleaning her apartment. NOT ONCE during those 6 days did they contact me by phone to see how my mother was doing. They didn't even miss her. Someone had to know she wasn't there because she was administered medicine daily from them. My mother passed away a few days later and I informed the front desk person because none of the leadership staff was available. It has been one month and they NEVER called me to give condolences or send a card. The "family like" atmosphere they sold us on our initial visit is not what we received. If you are okay with no contact with the staff and walking through the building and rarely seeing a staff member then this is your place. If you want to be involved in the care of your loved one and want the communication between staff and you then this is not your place.
Very impressed. Staff was informative and helpful. Location was well kept and clean. All personnel was friendly.
The director toured us around and in general we liked the layout although the rooms were a bit small for my dad's liking. Since he lives in the area he new several of the residents which I felt was a plus. The head chef is who initially greeted us and we felt very welcome. In fact all of the staff was gracious and accommodating of the large group. The facility was clean and well maintained. My father was the decision maker and he opted for a different facility.
I am happy with the care here for my mom. The staff has been so very helpful in other resources to care for mom.The community is always clean and maintain. We like that she is liking the menu and happy with being able to participate in the many activities. We would really inform others for the care that is offered for a good value for a loved one.
I just rec'd notice that my rent will increase $196.00 per month, to $3,923.00. This will be a hardship for some of us. We are especially un-happy with the food; It gets worse & worse, I can't tell you how bad it is. They are constantly short of help & the servers do the best they can. There is a thief in our midst, [Removed]. Ran out of room, but you will hear from more of us.
My time spent here has been, 4 years plus, & is, so gracious & cheerful, very friendly. As a child my dream was mission work – god has blessed me with this desire. Elderly ones, some so happy, some needing encouraging. Food here delicious, 24hr care, ambulance service if needed, bus to church Sundays. Nurses who could ask for anything more!
The community is very clean and a healthy environment. The food is very good and they offer good healthy choices. My mom does participate in a few of the activities offered. I would recommend Brookdale Carrollton.
My aunt has been at Brookdale Carrollton for about a month and unfortunately her health is declining. This is not due to the environment or the staff as the staff are very nice and helpful. The community is clean and well maintained. She does not participate in any of the activities offered. The food is good and they offer a huge variety.
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