Newsflash! We offer Memory Care at our Cantril House in Castle Rock
Assisted Living in Parker and Castle Rock, Colorado
Since 1991, Castle Country Assisted Living, a non-profit, has offered assisted living and services to the valued elder citizens of Douglas County. With three homes spread across Castle Rock and Parker, we support seniors in continuing their independent lifestyle by providing expert care in a home-like setting.
In the heart of historic Castle Rock, Cantril House includes 16 carefully designed, comfortable apartments, spacious common areas, and lovely gardens. Built in the early 1900s and meticulously maintained, Cantril House is close to all of the attractions that make Castle Rock an exciting and enjoyable place to live. Our facility is one of the few assisted living facilities in the area that offer approved Memory Care.
Seated next to the gorgeous Memmen Ridge Open Space, Valley House is home to 22 residents who are able to enjoy the tranquility of a quiet neighborhood while still being close to downtown Castle Rock. At Valley House, our residents enjoy the wonders of the outdoors as well as daily activities, life-enriching events, and fun social offerings.
Close to downtown Parker, Victorian House, home to 26 residents, is only a short walk from local attractions and boasts a gorgeous view of the distant mountains. Residents can enjoy the beauty of nature and downtown living, while taking part in daily activities, including lively social events and life-enrichment activities.
Castle Country Assisted Living is a 501(c)3 non-profit, offering assisted living and services to the valued elder citizens of Douglas County. As a private non-profit, our primary concern is the well-being and fulfillment of our residents, rather than increasing profits for shareholders or owners. Contributing toward our mission will help provide safe, caring housing for seniors.
Castle Country Assisted Living Receives Grant from NextFifty Initiative
As Americans live longer and healthier lives, we are understanding better how older Americans can continue to contribute to the health and growth of our community.
We recently received a generous grant from NextFifty Initiative through their COVID-19 Response Fund grant We thank them for their commitment to finding creative solutions to ensure we can all thrive as we age.
Aging is a dynamic process that leads to new abilities and knowledge we can share with our communities.
At Castle Country, we try to do this every day with our residents at our homes. We are putting aside negative and inaccurate stereotypes and helping them thrive during this stage of their lives. We appreciate that this grant will help us continue doing this.