100 Roosevelt St, Mount Gilead, NC 27306
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A Place For Mom
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Within 10 seconds of contacting [website removed] via a google search, [name removed] at [website removed] called me to assist me. [Name removed] within 30 mins connected me to a wonderful woman name "[name removed]" at Mt. Gilead Independent Senior and Assisted Living in Mt. Gilead, NC. I called [name removed] immediately and we set up an appointment the next day. Mt. Gilead Independent and Assistant living is very CLEAN, QUIET, PEACEFUL, TRANQUIL AND AFFORDABLE! Rooms can be private or with a roommate. Super nice and accommodating staff. This is a new facility and therefore not overcrowded, which is a blessing. It will be a joy for my mom to be outside sitting or walking during the spring and fall months. The community itself is very peaceful and serene. Ms. [name removed] was willing to work with us from the onset to met our needs. This is a very nice and serene place for ANYONE who no longer are able to care for themselves. Residents need not feel ashamed or discarded! It offers the best quality of CARE and DIGNITY to ANYONE who are no longer able to care for themselves or be cared for by their loved ones. Everything is taken care of! I thank God for [website removed] and Mt. Gilead Independent Senior Living Assisted Living and highly recommend this very nice establishment.
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