The 4 Best Flagstaff, AZ Nursing Homes

We considered available services, amenities, and reputation. We also included a list of Flagstaff area resources for seniors.


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The Pines

The Pines is more secluded than other facilities, making it quieter and more enjoyable for seniors. There are plenty of planned activities letting seniors stay active as well as places nearby for shopping and entertainment.
  • Transportation services
  • Within driving distance of other amenities
Pine Meadows Ranch Assisted Living Home
Start My Search 6005 E Abineau Canyon Dr
Flagstaff, AZ, 86004

Pine Meadows Ranch Assisted Living Home

At Pine Meadows Ranch Assisted Living Home, seniors enjoy living in a ranch-style facility. It is surrounded by natural areas and open spaces that seniors can enjoy.
  • Single-floor facility
  • Plenty of places to explore nearby
Pine Meadows Ranch Assisted Living Home
Start My Search 7885 Easy St
Flagstaff, AZ, 86004

The Peaks A Senior Living Community

Seniors choose The Peaks Assisted Living Home because of its close community and small size. That way, seniors can be an active part of the community and work closely with staff members to address all of their needs.
  • A spacious facility
  • A limited number of community spaces
The Peaks A Senior Living Community
Start My Search 3150 N Winding Brook Rd
Flagstaff, AZ, 86001

Brookdale Flagstaff

Brookdale Flagstaff has staff members that really get to know residents. This allows them to provide effective and personalized care options based on each senior's needs and preferences.
  • Secure courtyard and garden
  • Walking paths nearby
Brookdale Flagstaff
Start My Search 2100 S Woodlands Village Blvd
Flagstaff, AZ, 86001

Additional Flagstaff Nursing Home Resources

No matter what health challenges you face, local area resources can help. These are five organizations that can help:

  • ALS Association Arizona Chapter: ALS Association Arizona Chapter provides education resources to community members in the area regarding ALS and continuing developments. Call 602-297-3800 to get involved.
  • Valley of the Sun YMCA: Valley of the Sun YMCA provides community meeting spaces, programs, and other resources for families in the area. Call 928-556-9622 for more information.
  • ADAP Assist: ADAP Assist assists AIDS patients with the resources needed to get their medication on a regular basis. Call 928-522-9480 for assistance.
  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Arizona Chapter: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Arizona Chapter provides assistance and education about Leukemia and Lymphoma. Call 602-567-7600 for more information.
  • Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired: The Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired helps community members with significant visual impairments. Call 602-273-7411 for assistance.