Memory Care Coming To Greenville

Cedarhurst Assisted Living and Memory Care, an owner and operator of assisted living and memory care communities in Illinois and Missouri, recently announced the construction of a specialty memory care community in Greenville. The facility will be constructed along Harris Avenue, east of the Greenville Fire Protection District firehouse.

The new operation, along with a new one in Centralia, are the first of several new memory care communities planned by Cedarhurst for Central and Southern Illinois.

The 22-bed memory care buildings are projected to be completed in spring 2017, at a cost of approximately $2 million each. Brahms Construction is the general contractor.

“Serving the growing elderly population is more than just a business for us, it is a mission to provide a high quality of life for each of our residents,” stated Cedarhurst owner Joshua Jennings. “We are excited to offer our unique and personalized memory care services to Centralia and Greenville. This is another step in our progress to help build and manage exceptional senior living across Illinois.”

Cedarhurst says there are currently little to no offerings for memory care services in Centralia or Greenville, and they will be able to fill a void in the market for those living with Alzheimer’s Disease or other related dementias.

Each community will include a large great room for gathering with friends and family as well as private bathrooms in every apartment.

Memory care apartments will be available to rent monthly.

Cedarhurst offers assisted-living, independent-living, and memory care services to residents in communities throughout Illinois and Missouri. A locally owned and operated company, Cedarhurst provides an alternative to traditional nursing or in-home care, giving residents access to around-the-clock support without sacrificing their standard of living. To learn more about Cedarhurst, visit

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