Moreno Valley Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Moreno Valley Assisted Living Facilities

Integrated Care Communities - A2

Review by Phyllis bobs wife


I visited today. Looking for assisted living for my husband which is stressful in itself being said I was greeted by Debbie & luz. Debbie was so sick but still smiled &a she handed the reigns to Luz...

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Renaissance Village Rancho Belago

Review by Kim


Renaissance Village Rancho Belago was way overpriced for the facility. It just wasn't as nice for that price. I only met one staff member and he was very nice and very friendly. They had a movie room and a lot of extra little things. It was older and for the price I thought it could've been a little cheaper...

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Renaissance Village Rancho Belago

Review by Paula


I would recommend Renaissance Village Rancho Belago, but they have their faults. They have a guaranteed response time to the pendants and it is not always followed through as promised, which frustrated my mother. They're very shorthanded on weekends, which is the only complaint I have...

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Renaissance Village Rancho Belago

Review by Elizabeth


Renaissance Village Rancho Belago was beautiful, but a little pricey. When you pay monthly, it includes everything like utilities, water, three meals a day, housekeeping, and laundry. It's brand new, big, spacious, and everything is absolutely elegant...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Moreno Valley

Moreno Valley, CaliforniaMoreno Valley is a relatively new city in Riverside County. Incorporated in 1984, it is the second-largest city in the county and is home to the March Field Reserve Base. Moreno Valley enjoys generally pleasant weather all year round. The clear, dry air allows for a perfect view of the surrounding mountains, especially noted geographical landmark, Box Springs Mountain, which can be seen from any part of the city. Seniors searching for long-term residential options will find Moreno Valley assisted living a great place to live.

Moreno Valley Recreation

Box Springs Mountain Park offers not only a scenic place to stroll and enjoy the California sunshine, it also has first-row seats for watching planes taking off and landing at the nearby March Field Reserve Base. Sports fans can take a field trip from a Moreno Valley senior living community to watch a ball game at the park's sports facilities. Shopping, dining and entertainment will surely be a one-of-a-kind experience at the Moreno Valley Mall at Towngate. The mall is filled with internationally-known stores and houses the Harkins Theatre, which features 16 state-of-the-art cinema screens.

Moreno Valley Activities

Moreno Valley Assisted LivingMany activities are available for Moreno Valley assisted living residents to keep themselves happily occupied. For book worms, the 16,000-square foot Moreno Valley Public Library is open most days of the week and houses a large collection of books, video games and computers for use. The March Field Air Museum, located within the March Field Reserve Base, includes an exhibits area, theater, library and a G-force Flight Simulator. Senior activities are provided by the Moreno Valley Senior Community Center. Exercise, language and art classes are offered regularly, along with bingo socials, card games and field trips.

Moreno Valley Medical Facilities

Residents of Moreno Valley senior living communities are attended to by the qualified and caring physicians at the city's two major medical centers. Riverside County Regional Medical Center is a general acute care 439-licensed-bed hospital and a Level II Trauma Center, with state-of-the-art facilities and quality services. Kaiser Permanente recently acquired the Moreno Valley Community Hospital and is now known as the Kaiser Moreno Valley Community Hospital. Seniors continue to receive the same quality care of the former hospital, with the added high-tech facilities of Kaiser Permanente.

Moreno Valley Transportation

The Riverside Transit Agency makes travel possible in and around surrounding areas of Moreno Valley through bus service and the Dial-A-Ride program for seniors and persons with disabilities. The city also sponsors a transportation program for Moreno Valley senior living residents, called Mo Van, sponsored by the Friends of the Moreno Valley Senior Center. A Moreno Valley assisted living community can provide a lively setting for your loved one to lead an active lifestyle. Find more information about local housing options on our Moreno Valley Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top