Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the different living options available?

A: We offer multiple housing options for our residents, including cottages, patio homes, apartments and suites with a minimal level of service, as well as other home settings for increasing levels of service with one and two bedroom apartments.

Q: Do you have memory care services?

A: Yes, we have a secured neighborhood.

Q: Can a couple live at this community?

A: Our living options are set up to accommodate couples.

Q: May I customize my home to suit my preferences?

A: Yes, we want it to be your home. Our staff will be happy to work with you.

Q: Do you provide transportation?

A: Yes, local transportation to medical appointments and scheduled group activities.

Q: What will happen when my health care needs change?

A: We will work with you, your physician and family to assess what level of assistance and services will best serve you and will assist your transition to your needed level of care right here in your home community.

Q: Who decides when a resident must move to a different level of care?

A: Our professional care teams work together with you, your family and your physician to assess your needs and how to best serve you. Our goal is that you live an enriched, vibrant life with the appropriate level of assistance.

Q: Are there garages for resident vehicles?

A: Some of the housing options have covered carports or garages.

Q: Can visitors stay overnight in my residence?

A: Visitors are allowed for short stays.

Q: Do residents have a voice in the community?

A: Yes, there is an active and involved resident council.

Q: Do you offer guest rooms for out-of-town guests?

A: Yes, guest suites are available. Please make reservations with our receptionist at 864-984-4541.

Q: Can I have pets at the community?

A: Pets are permitted, with some restrictions. Please inquire about our Pet Policy.

Q: Is smoking allowed on campus?

A: There is a designated smoking area. No smoking is allowed in any building. As this is a healthcare facility, we encourage non-smoking and plan to become a non-smoking community.

Q: Are these communities church-affiliated?

A: SC Baptist Ministries of Aging, Inc (SCBMA) is the parent company and is a ministry partner of the SC Baptist Convention, financially supported by their Cooperative Program.

Q: Do I have to be a Baptist to live here?

A: No. We welcome adults of all faiths and backgrounds.

Q: How can I volunteer and/or bring a group?

A: Click HERE to send a request and get more volunteer information.

Q: How can I donate items on your wish list?

A: Click HERE to visit our wish list page.