Provision Living of Forest Hills

730 Forest Hills SE Grand Rapids MI 49546

866-465-5993

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Our Building
Provision Living at Forest Hills is a 105-apartment senior living community that was intentionally designed to meet the unique needs of older adults. With both assisted living and memory care services, residents have their choice of purposefully designed studios or one- or two-bedroom private apartments, each of which include a full bathroom, kitchenette, emergency call response, fire safety system, and individualized heating and cooling. The building also features a beautiful dining room, ground level courtyard, full-service salon, computer room, fitness center, on-site rehabilitation center, and much more.

Our Services
In addition to our purposefully designed private apartments, Provision Living’s amenities include restaurant-style dining with three delicious meals daily; weekly apartment housekeeping; weekly linen and laundry services; trained staff on-site 24 hours each day; assistance with daily life tasks such as dressing, bathing, and mobility; medication management and administration; and social events and activities for individuals and groups.

Our Pricing
We believe pricing for assisted living services should be transparent, predictable, and provide flexibility to allow for changes in the needs and interests of our seniors. Our monthly rate begins at $4,800 and resembles a lease, like an apartment, based on the specific unit style.

There are no long-term leasing commitments and no restrictive buy-in fees required to live at this community. Our pricing model helps older adults and their families confidently plan for the cost associated with senior living services.

Pricing at Provision Living of Forest Hills

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$ See Pricing

*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.

Reviews of Provision Living of Forest Hills

4 of 5 Average rating
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(3) A Place For Mom
(1) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Wonderful place!

    Having to make the difficult decision to place my mom outside of her home was heartbreaking. We are so happy that we chose provision as her new home. The staff here truly care about the residents. During this difficult time with limited visitation due to COVID, provision has kept my mom engaged and helped maintain our visits via the camera. They are constantly making videos, creating new activities, and making sure people are happy and healthy. I’m so thankful for them and would recommend this home to anyone looking to have their mom or dad placed in senior living.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Wonderful place!

    Having to make the difficult decision to place my mom outside of her home was heartbreaking. We are so happy that we chose provision as her new home. The staff here truly care about the residents. During this difficult time with limited visitation due to COVID, provision has kept my mom engaged and helped maintain our visits via the camera. They are constantly making videos, creating new activities, and making sure people are happy and healthy. I’m so thankful for them and would recommend this home to anyone looking to have their mom or dad placed in senior living.

  • No Need to Search Anymore

    Provision Living at Forest Hills has proven to be the most rewarding experience of my senior years.Director, [name removed] and his entire staff were genuinely concerned with my wellbeing, interests, comfort and satisfaction. I no longer fear any possible future placement in an assisted living facility for I have found a perfect alternative home and family.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    No Need to Search Anymore

    Provision Living at Forest Hills has proven to be the most rewarding experience of my senior years.Director, [name removed] and his entire staff were genuinely concerned with my wellbeing, interests, comfort and satisfaction. I no longer fear any possible future placement in an assisted living facility for I have found a perfect alternative home and family.

  • Disapointment and dismay

    Provision Living at Forest Hills is not as it appears aesthetically. Provision Living is managed by a Missouri company, and all decisions are made out of the corporate office. The in-house, management “team” is inexperienced, 9-5 workers with a corporate mentality. All seems to be done for appearance sake, and not for the good of the residents. There are so many inconsistencies, and very little, if any, follow-through. The activities are sometimes held, sometimes not, with lack of communication to the residents. They promised outside activities on the bus, but not all who sign up can fit on the bus, so they cannot go. This community is best fit for those who are independent. If your loved one needs help, do not look at this community for your loved one or yourself. As your loved ones age, and need more assistance, this is not the place for that. The management is reactive, and dont have established systems in place. They seem to be reacting to events as they occur, then they cover their tracks. The head of the nursing is an LPN, who is not competent in her position. The care staff is good, but they are overworked, and understaffed. The building is too big and the care staff has to go from one side of the building, and up and down. It is a bad configuration. Medication management is a problem. There are frequent med errors. Pills are missing, over/under medicating your loved one. There is no sense of urgency nor follow-through. There is favoritism toward certain residents, who basically run the activity times, the dining room eating groups, the outings, and who gets the most attention. The television is DirectTV, and it goes on and off frequently. If you are watching a football game etc, it can cut out for hours. The food is not good. Pork and beans, and soup and bread, and stuffed cheese hotdogs on a croissant, for example in one week, are not heart-healthy choices for the older population. Many basic food items run out- for instance, no lettuce for a week, no chicken breast, not many fresh fruits or vegatables. The wait in the dining room can be up to 45 for the food to be served. The dining room is extremely cold, as is the food many of the times. Residents are tired of complaining, and have waited so long for their food, that they are hungry. The management is the problem. They are condescending, and act as though you are a bother to them. They are trying to make a presence in the community, but are forgetting that the paying residents, who have physical and mental needs are their main income source, and responsibility. This place has only been open for going on 7-months, and you should be aware that it is not as it appears. They put on a great facade for the community. Be very thorough in your search for your loved-ones. They are great at “selling”, but what they are selling is not the reality. The residents are afraid to speak up because of fear of retaliation. Most bring things up to the staff, but nothing changes, so they keep quiet. They will kick your loved one out for any reason. One such beautiful 91-year-old person was kicked out after four-months of being at Provision Livind. It was heartbreaking. Looking for a place for your loved one is not an easy task. Even though we asked the right questions, the answers given by the Provision Living sales people were very well scripted. Please take this review with some merit, and be cautious. Your loved one’s care is of utmost importance, and tread lightly if you are thinking about moving them into Provision Living Forest Hills. Things aren’t always as they seem.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Disapointment and dismay

    Provision Living at Forest Hills is not as it appears aesthetically. Provision Living is managed by a Missouri company, and all decisions are made out of the corporate office. The in-house, management “team” is inexperienced, 9-5 workers with a corporate mentality. All seems to be done for appearance sake, and not for the good of the residents. There are so many inconsistencies, and very little, if any, follow-through. The activities are sometimes held, sometimes not, with lack of communication to the residents. They promised outside activities on the bus, but not all who sign up can fit on the bus, so they cannot go. This community is best fit for those who are independent. If your loved one needs help, do not look at this community for your loved one or yourself. As your loved ones age, and need more assistance, this is not the place for that. The management is reactive, and dont have established systems in place. They seem to be reacting to events as they occur, then they cover their tracks. The head of the nursing is an LPN, who is not competent in her position. The care staff is good, but they are overworked, and understaffed. The building is too big and the care staff has to go from one side of the building, and up and down. It is a bad configuration. Medication management is a problem. There are frequent med errors. Pills are missing, over/under medicating your loved one. There is no sense of urgency nor follow-through. There is favoritism toward certain residents, who basically run the activity times, the dining room eating groups, the outings, and who gets the most attention. The television is DirectTV, and it goes on and off frequently. If you are watching a football game etc, it can cut out for hours. The food is not good. Pork and beans, and soup and bread, and stuffed cheese hotdogs on a croissant, for example in one week, are not heart-healthy choices for the older population. Many basic food items run out- for instance, no lettuce for a week, no chicken breast, not many fresh fruits or vegatables. The wait in the dining room can be up to 45 for the food to be served. The dining room is extremely cold, as is the food many of the times. Residents are tired of complaining, and have waited so long for their food, that they are hungry. The management is the problem. They are condescending, and act as though you are a bother to them. They are trying to make a presence in the community, but are forgetting that the paying residents, who have physical and mental needs are their main income source, and responsibility. This place has only been open for going on 7-months, and you should be aware that it is not as it appears. They put on a great facade for the community. Be very thorough in your search for your loved-ones. They are great at “selling”, but what they are selling is not the reality. The residents are afraid to speak up because of fear of retaliation. Most bring things up to the staff, but nothing changes, so they keep quiet. They will kick your loved one out for any reason. One such beautiful 91-year-old person was kicked out after four-months of being at Provision Livind. It was heartbreaking. Looking for a place for your loved one is not an easy task. Even though we asked the right questions, the answers given by the Provision Living sales people were very well scripted. Please take this review with some merit, and be cautious. Your loved one’s care is of utmost importance, and tread lightly if you are thinking about moving them into Provision Living Forest Hills. Things aren’t always as they seem.

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    • Provision Living of Forest Hills Amenities

      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Activities Onsite
      • Activities Offsite

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      • Assisted Living
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      • Nursing Home
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      • Independent Living
      • Home Care
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