1111 N Main St, Danville, VA 24541
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
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This place was very nice and clean. Did like the idea of independent Living section. Didn’t like the long hallways or the small steps up/down in several areas as we were walking. Would hate for someone moms age to forget they are there and fall. Director was very pleasant also.
This community has been very good, we have been so pleased with this community.The staff has done a very good job with taking care of the residents. When we first looked at this community we had only positive things to say about it. There were no fowl smells, everything looked very clean and well kept. It was hands down a good place for our loved one, and financially it was still in our ball park. As far as we know the activities are excellent but because of COVID we are not able to go in and see the residents. They can only come out of the their room for doctors appointments or to visit with their families for 30 minutes by appointment. However, they did have to stop that temporarily due to someone testing positive for COVID, but they have only had one person test positive at this community and they immediately quarantined them.
My mother finished her life at Stratford House. During her final two years there, she had no complaints. She loved the food, the help, the care, the grounds and her fellow residents. Thanks to all for an outstanding facility.
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