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LAKEWOOD, Colo. (April 1, 2020) – Crossroads Senior Living has acquired Lakewood Memory Care, a memory care residence in Jefferson County, Colorado, from Milestone Retirement Communities, LLC. The new owners took over management of the facility, now called Crossroads at Lakewood, on April 1, 2020.
“Our company has successfully served the senior community in Colorado for more than two decades with our facilities in Delta and Northglenn,” said Michele Strauch, Regional Director. “Now, our team is excited to extend that same excellence, experience, and compassionate care to Lakewood.”
Located at 8201 W. Jewell Avenue, Lakewood is a 46-unit, 55-bed facility. The residence, constructed in 2016, boasts beautiful craftsman-style architecture, hardwood floors, and contemporary decor. Residents have the option of living in private or semi-private apartments with plenty of first-class amenities, including social events with family involvement welcomed, medication management, paid utilities, a fitness area, and assistance with daily living activities. Our program also offers a range of support services, such as regular visits from physicians, coordination of care with home and hospice providers, resident-specific activities and outings, a full-service salon, and therapeutic diets.
Crossroads, a nonprofit operation, began in 1999 with assisted living centers in Rifle and Northglenn, Colorado; Rifle has since been sold. Later, Crossroads developed an independent living campus, assisted living and a memory care center in Delta.
One of the distinct aspects of Crossroads is that as a nonprofit organization, the company is committed to designating surplus profits to the construction of churches, schools, water wells, and other humanitarian projects through Maranatha Volunteers International, a charity based in California.
“Crossroads is unique in its dedication to charitable causes. While we work to provide a safe, happy, and healthy community for our residents, we also help to build positive communities in developing regions around the world,” says Strauch. “This commitment not only offers our staff and residents a global perspective, it also inspires a culture of gratitude, philanthropy and compassion.”
The facility is accepting new residents.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting restrictions, Crossroads at Lakewood will announce a grand opening event at a later date.
Crossroads Assisted Living, established in 1999, provides a residential home-like environment designed for seniors who need some assistance with daily activities such as bathing, dressing and medication management. The focus at the communities is on wellness and keeping residents as independent as possible by providing a tailored plan of assistance. Crossroads has a senior living facility in Northglenn, and senior living and memory care facilities in Delta and Lakewood.