Family-Style Independent Living and Assisted Living

Quillen Manor is a warm, inviting home that offers affordable family-style independent and assisted living for seniors. Our community offers an enriched, welcoming lifestyle with a focus on maintaining family and social relationships. We get to know our residents personally so that we can give each of them the best possible care while honoring their unique needs.

Our goal is to support the peace of mind and well-being of our residents and their families.


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  • “I am so happy to have found a home for my mother. As the nurse there says, ‘it’s her home away from home.’ The staff members are fantastic. They really care about everyone and it shows.”

  • “Quillen Manor assisted living has been an answer to our prayers. My grandmother, originally apprehensive and even resistant to moving to a nursing center, loves her community. We take her out and she wants to know when she’s going back because the staff will worry. It warms our heart to know they love our grandma so much and she loves them.”

  • “Quillen Manor has superseded our expectations. I could not ask for more and they could not give more as they give their absolute all to love my mother like their own. I do not live in town so I’m only able to visit a few times a month. They are very good with communicating to me anytime there is a change, new medicine added, the doctor or nurse sees my mom for a visit, if she needs something, etc. I mean really anything. This gives me such peace of mind and I am so forever grateful for all of them. Our whole family is.”

  • “We toured Quillen Manor. We thought it was a beautiful place. It was nice because it was on one level, and it was a beautiful place inside and out. The lady was pleasant. She was nice and informative. We looked at one apartment. It was beautiful, wonderful. She gave us some information and some literature.”