6236 Templeton Drive, Carmichael, CA 95608
Mackellah Home 2 is a residential care home for seniors located in the interesting city of Carmichael, California situated in Sacramento County. Carmichael is considered to be a suburb of the greater Sacramento metropolitan area. It is an affluent community full of cultural and recreational opportunities. Carmichael Park is an extensive recreational area in which residents can get outside and enjoy the glorious California weather. There are numerous sports fields, open areas and an artistic display known as the Great Wall of Carmichael. The city also boasts a lovely botanical garden as well as numerous art galleries and a local playhouse.
In addition to be located in the ideal and affluent city of Carmichael, Mackellah Home 2 is a group home setting that has one of the best sets of caregivers around. The staff at Mackellah Home 2 is dedicated and compassionate in the services that they provide to their clients. Their primary goal is to ensure that each resident is treated with dignity and respect. Each resident of Mackellah Home 2 receives an individualized plan for their care that suits their needs and desires so that they maintain their independence and freedom.
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Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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