5815 Coffey Street, Garden City, ID 83714
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What an amazing place! Their staff, right on up to the owner/director, dedicates themselves to the care of the people. For instance, they will all work on the floor, no matter their station, which shocked me. They make an effort to learn your name right away. The do lots of fun things, even on an individual level. So if one particular resident wanted to plant something, they would go out and get a plant and help him plant it in his room or in the courtyard. Every other week their bus takes everyone on a ride through town. They’re fabulous. I would go there myself when my time comes!
Meeting went very nicely. Lovely facility but didn't get to see activity because they were shut-down/in-rooms due to Covid positive for one of their team members. This facility does not offer Memory care, where we believe Mom will need it in the near future. Will not be able to consider this facility.
The group of people who work there are very caring. They really care about older people. They have good follow up and really do a good job. I chose this community because it was close to where I live, the pricing was right, and they were willing to accept a short stay . The food was good, It was nutritious and nicely presented. It is a good selection for a small friendly community.
Very nice facility. Bright and cheerful. Nice apartments and duplexes. Staff welcoming and appear to be very kind.
We are very pleased with my mother’s move to Garnet Place. Her room is lovely. The staff is very friendly and quick to attend to my mother’s needs. Their food service could improve along the variety lines. Also they need to serve more fresh fruit and vegetables during the meals. The programs are interesting and the special events are family friendly. Overall, my mother is happy living at Garnet Place.
When my sister and I first took my dad to Garnet, one of the things we told them is dad required social interaction. he likes to talk. He needs folks to talk to. They told us no problem, in that department. A couple days before my dad moved there I walked through the lobby and saw several residents sitting there. They seemed to be parked there. No interaction. I felt alarm bells going off in my head. If these were the folks my dad had to talk to, we had a problem. I called Garnet with my concern, and once again was told it was no problem. There were folks for my dad. Once we moved him in, it became pretty clear almost immediately that my dad was feeling depressed because he had no one to gab with. He said people t the dinner tables did not talk. Many could not hear. Some refused to answer his, hi, how are you? questions. A month after moving in, I moved him out to an independent living environment where folks are chatting and socializing all over the place. It was a very expensive miss-step for us. I wish Garnet had really listened when we first went there. They did not.
Garnet Place was an excellent facility. The only real problem was that, in general, the food was very mediocre. They took really good care of [Name removed], until she died.
The staff is extremely friendly to residents and visitors and the staff has been consistently patient with my mom as she struggles to adapt. Before she moved in they had got the apartment into great shape. There was new carpet, paint, and it was clean. Also, all the common areas are maintained nicely. I identified a maintenance need, and the maintenance man was there within a few days (not immediately because I'd stated it did not need immediate attention) and noted that he had already identified the problem and had the necessary part on order. My mom seems to enjoy the food (she isn't complaining, which she would if she didn't like it) and I ate in the dining room for several meals and I found the food tasty but I know I'd gain weight if I ate there routinely. I noted that the staff all work at meals to ensure that new residents are not left out, so when they arrive at the dining area a staff person greets them by name and will take them to a table with a vacant seat and introduce to the people there, facilitating getting to know people. I think they steer the new person away from less friendly folks. They have activities for the residents, and the activity manager [Removed] is particularly nice. I have noted an activity that we'd been told about that isn't actually offered, which is group walks on the greenbelt that is a couple of blocks away. Perhaps I misunderstood what I was told, and this was instead an ad activity organized by some of the residents (and not happening anymore). One thing I particularly like is they allow residents to place some personal item(s) on the door or adjacent hallway wall, or item near the door. For someone like my mom, who suffers from memory loss, this is a great aid to being able to find her way around Garnet Place on her own and not need assistance to get to and from the dining or activity room areas. They also allow things to be hung from walls and ceiling in the rooms so that you can really personalize it, no restrictions noted on hanging things. I can say the experience thus far is extremely positive, and I have hopes that my mom will settle in well.
When I toured, it was a really nice community and our tour guide was terrific. The rooms are clean and looks like a nice facility to stay in. If my Mother was more independent it would have been great for her. They just didn’t seem to have the facilities or ability to take care of a person in a wheelchair. If you’re using a walker, it would not be a big deal.
We moved our mother into Garnet Place 8 months ago. The staff is amazing. Our mother gets wonderful care by loving staff. Thank you for all you do!
Very good in every way.
Great place for my mother in law to live.
I have been pleased with the kind service my mother receives.
My mom moved into this community and so far she is having a good experience. She enjoys where she is at and the family is good with the community we picked out. We are looking forward to the progress. She hasn't been feeling well and the staff have been keeping track of her and helping her as best as they can. I would recommend this community.
This community was great but they could not accept my mother-in-law based on her care needs. I appreciated their honesty.
The Garnet Place was a very nice facility, but it was priced higher than we could afford. The people were all friendly and it was very clean, we had a good experience touring it.
good and she seems to enjoy everything. the community is clean and has a very nice appeal for the residents. They do have a good variety of activities. We would recommend the care and the value of this community to other families.
The leadership team at Garnet Place is exceptional. They treat all their residents like there Family. They want to make sure all the residents needs are met. They have a calendar full of activities. If you have a Loved one that needs assisted living Garnet Place would be an excellent choice.
I have had no complaints about this community and the care they have been providing my mother. She has had no complaints about the food and seems to be really enjoying the different activities they have throughout day. Overall I have been very pleased with everything and would defiantly recommend this place to anyone.
Exceptional Senior Living facility, staff helpful and courtesy, they go out of there way to make residents feel at home and stay active via numerous daily activities they encourage residents to participate in. Recommend with no hesitation as a place to consider for your loved ones. Each persons needs are unique, so the right fit for your loved one may be different than for ours. Good Luck.
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