AlmaVia of San Francisco

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AlmaVia of San Francisco

Nestled in a neighborhood near Lake Merced, you’ll find a wonderfully caring, pet-friendly community for Bay Area seniors. With a church and school next door, residents can take part in intergenerational activities. As at all our communities, our services are grounded in our belief in nurturing the body, mind and spirit of our residents through a holistic approach to wellness.

Senior Living Services

Our assisted living services allow seniors to maintain as much independence as possible while receiving assistance with everyday activities. Our community is warm and welcoming, with services that are personalized to meet each individual’s needs, providing both:

AlmaVia of San Francisco Amenities

We strive to provide a home-like environment for our residents, offering opportunities to make daily choices about meals, activities and access to all our community has to offer.

Here’s just a taste of our amenities:

  • Delicious, balanced meals in our restaurant-style dining room
  • Access to a private dining room for special family meals or events
  • Cozy gathering room to socialize with friends, visiting relatives or other residents
  • Computer lab, available to residents anytime
  • Expansive library
  • Tea room, ideal for relaxation and socialization
  • Full calendar of lively activities to appeal to varying tastes and interests
  • Lovely grounds and walking paths to enjoy the outdoors
  • Small chapel, ideal for prayer or time for reflection
  • Full-time Spiritual Care staff, offering a variety of activities and services for residents, no matter their beliefs
  • Housekeeping services
  • Laundry services

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