2626 W. 63rd Street, Chicago, IL 60629
Churchview Supportive Living is an assisted living community located in Chicago, IL. The city of Chicago is located in Cook County and home to over 2.7 million people. It's an exciting city with lots of great restaurants and shops. Residents can enjoy going on outings when the weather is warm and they can also relax in our cozy community.
Churchview Supportive Living is committed to giving our residents the highest quality of care to meet and assist with their daily needs. We also let them have their own independence and show that we're available around the clock anytime day or night if they need anything. Because we want our residents to feel at home, at Churchview Supportive Living, we have a lot of great staff who work on-site to meet the needs of your family member should they have requests or require assistance.
In addition to assisting with all of their physical and medical needs, we are a very fun and relaxed group that likes to encourage our community to stay engaged, meet new friends and socialize. We offer several amenities and services including:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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[name removed] , Dir. of Mktg. was very thorough & friendly. She invited us back with relative for lunch. The staff was friendly & [name removed made sure we were introduced to any staff that came in our direction. The resident's apts. are newly remodeled & nicely decorated. However, the furniture in the common areas were a little worn. Outside areas were minimal & pleasant but the surrounding neighborhood not so pleasant. Facility seemed safe and had security cameras all over with someone watching the monitors at all times.
Information does not seem to service alzheimer patients with total assistance needs.Called they do not service severe alzheimer patients.
Great building, wonderful staff, ideal amenities
This is a nice facility. My concern is whether my father will get the "assistance" he needs to get up and come down to eat meals.
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