Located just north of Sacramento, California, at the base of the Sutter Buttes (known as the smallest mountain range in the world) is the wholesome small town of Yuba City, home to Emerald Oaks Senior Community. Our community is tucked away in a quiet, rural area and is surrounded by lush fields. As you approach the community, you’re greeted by our recently renovated, grand entrance, open skies, and a view of the mountain range in the distance. From the moment you enter the main lobby, our high, wood beamed ceilings and warm, inviting walls will have you feeling right at home.
We consider it an absolute privilege to provide residents with the care that they deserve, and their loved ones the peace of mind that only excellent care can bring. Our mission is to create an environment that enhances their quality of life in all aspects of wellness. We strive to make each day unique and full of possibilities for all, so residents can get in touch with their creativity, build a sense of community, and feel loved and respected by all.
As part of our mission to enhance the lives of residents, we provide a variety of services...
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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They keep the place well cleaned up. The staff tries their best, but I feel like they're just there to do their job. Although my loved one can be difficult, so I recognize that they have a hard job to do. I wasn't able to visit my loved one as much as I would have liked to during this Covid situation. You could only visit outdoors or in a designated visiting room, which I didn't care for. But overall I think they try to do what's right and what the state is telling them to do, even if I don't agree with it. She was resistant to activities at first, but they eventually got her involved in playing Bingo, which she's enjoyed. I think it's expensive here, although there are some places that are higher. But it's actually less expensive than the last place she lived.
Very courteous staff. Our loved one was properly cared for and treated with dignity and respect. I would recommend this facility to all who are looking for a trustable facility.
I had looked at several homes in Yuba City. Emerald Oaks feels like home. I read the reviews and I felt I needed to see for myself. I called and was treated with respect and kindness. My tour was about one hour. I was not pressured to do a placement. The office manager , Debbie was very helpful and took the time needed for me to ask questions. I was invited to stay for lunch and I took advantage of the offer. The food was delicious. I have decided to place my dad in Emerald Oaks.
My first day there was a joy. The food was good and plenty of it. The Activity director had a party going on with dancing and it seemed everyone was having a great time. I have internet so I can visit with friends and family. I plan on living at Emerald Oaks for a long time. The staff are very caring and I no longer feel like my family's worried about me.
We really had a bad experience with this community. It seems like there care plan is to manage through drugs. They are not prepared to manage a resident that is active and moving around. They would prefer if they are in a coma like trance and watching TV. They do not have common areas for them to socialize. They sit in their rooms and watch TV there. They only have bathrooms in their rooms so if they are walking around they have to make it back to their room to use the bathroom. They do not have any activities there is no such thing as fun. We would not keep my loved one here if it was free.
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Studio, 1bd, 2bd, Semi-Private
Private, Semi-Private, 1bd
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