2002 W Sunnyside Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85029
Our mission: “Through Christian love and excellence we are dedicated to providing a fulfilling lifestyle and promoting independence to those we serve.” Since 1979, Fellowship Square in Phoenix, Arizona has provided a continuum of senior living options ranging from independent living, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and healthcare services. As a not-for-profit charitable organization, we’re driven by our mission, not profits — to ensure that we curate a completely, people-oriented community of friends.
We believe that finding quality senior living is an important choice you don’t have to make alone. With our from-the-heart mission along with our convenient amenities and supportive services, we hope to make the choice easy for you. At Fellowship Square, we offer a place for prospective residents to thrive and experience wholesome living with all we have to offer.
We’re conveniently located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona, surrounded by majestic desert scenery, golf courses galore, and a purple-mountain skyline. Residents and their visiting loved ones have so many leisure options nearby, like resorts, health and wellness spas, amazing shopping, and museums including the Heard Museum, the Musical Instrument Museum, and more. The Desert Botanical garden is also a wonderful place to visit. From Vegas-style...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*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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Value for cost
We toured Fellowship Square Phoenix and it was an extremely nice facility, there is nothing negative to say about it. It was just much more expensive than what we were looking for.
I am very happy with the Fellowship community, I love it here. The staff is very efficient and cooperative, and the residents are all very friendly. They do have a lot of activities to participate in. The food is okay, it is somewhat institutional, but surprisingly it can be very good sometimes. The food can also be delivered to your room if you wish and they are still really nice when they bring up your food.
The community does cost a lot but the peace of mind and security are worth it. The staff is very friendly and caring and the residence is great also. I would definitely recommend this community to others
Fellowship Square Phoenix is an extremely pleasant and comfortable setting for seniors and a very good value. We had a wonderful tour by Rozelle and loved the set up and feel of the community.
Fellowship Square is a facility that is about 40 years old but does not show its age. It is very well maintained. A big plus is that every unit has its own washer/dryer. The meal plan is a bit odd as they include 25 meals per month in your rent and you are responsible for the rest. They do allow any uneaten food to be taken back to your apartment, which many residents do, I understand, and eat it at a later time. They have a fairly large fitness center where a therapist is there a couple times a day, but it is open for you to use at all times.
[Name removed] was wonderful and she gave us a full, complete tour of Fellowship Square. It was clean and modern, and quite impressive. We met a few seniors living there and they were kind and friendly. This was our very first facility to visit and we'll be touring other places before we make a final decision. But we'll definitely give Fellowship Square another visit.
Serious communication and staffing issues. Very long wait times for call button assistance request. Food is not good. Will never use again or recommend to anyone.
well organized, clean, friendly staff, happy residents. unfortunately, Aunt cannot afford the assisted living yet was informed she may qualify for HUD to where she would be able to afford the monthly. our first tour and now we have a base for comparison.
I liked the site. The price was better but the location is too far. Anxious to see the Surprise location they are building.
Fellowship Square is a superior community. The Cleanliness, friendliness, and quality of care is fantastic. The staff is always friendly and helpful, the food is excellent, and the friendliness of the wait staff is very impressive. They have a very full schedule of activities everyday with live entertainment at least three times a week as well as games, art activities and others daily. Fellowship Square is hands above any of the other communities we explored, and I would definitely recommend it to others.
While my mother and I were looking into various options for her, she found that this location is a better fit compared to the others that she has seen. She really likes her apartment, she also likes the people that she meets, she going to the restaurant every night for dinner, and it is just a very friendly atmosphere. The dining area has a nice variety of choices and you can take it to your apartment if you have any left overs. They sit you with different people frequently which my mother likes because she is a people person. The facility itself is also very nice and organized. They also have quite a few of activities that tenants can participate in. They have exercise fitness classes and art classes for example. Overall, I would recommend this location to other families.
My mother has been at Fellowship Square for about three weeks now, and our experience has been positive in all areas. From the time we asked for information up to now, the staff has been very accommodating, eager to share information with me, and interested in how my mom was doing. I immediately felt supported by the warm, friendly attitude there. The staff, even the young people, all seem very kind, gracious, and well-trained. The other residents also seem very happy. I just get a good feeling there. The food is great, and they have a lot of options to choose from, the place is clean and tidy, and they have a lot of activities and events to keep the residents stimulated and social. I would definitely recommend this comfortable and vibrant community.
I toured here when I was looking for a place to live and I liked it pretty well but it is a bit expensive. You definitely have to consider your budget. They seem to offer less here than they do at the place that I'm at now but they want more money. The staff was nice and I can't complain about that. I wouldn't have minded living here, it was just a bit out of my budget.
We toured about seven different communities but my mom liked this one the best. The rooms are a little bigger than others we had seen. The location is perfect it is close to everything. Mom is really enjoying herself here. There are lots to do with the activities they offer. She said the food is really good. The community is very clean and well decorated in fact I had mentioned to mom that I would love to live here. We would definitely recommend this community to anyone.
My mom was there for 11 years. She had her own apartment and everything - it's independent living there. It was wonderful. She loved it! That was a great place. They did meals and the food was very good. Mom needed quite a bit more care and just got to the point where she couldn't live on her own anymore so she had to move.
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