Transitional housing for aging people in St. Louis Alabama is one of the best ways to help senior citizens move into their new homes. In Sober Living in St Louis Alabama residents live in a house that is designed so that they can be self-sufficient when it comes to their daily living expenses. Residents also have access to amenities such as fitness centers health clubs swimming pools fitness studios on-site laundry spas medical and dental services. Each resident also has access to a 24 hour food delivery service.
The purpose of St Martin’s in the Pines AL is to serve the Lord by providing quality of living for aged and disabled individuals through a ministry that provides a continuum of specialized care and support. At its establishment in 1955 as an assisted living community St Martin’s developed a commitment to serving those people who are aging in place. A program of ongoing care for residents was developed to provide a level of service and support which were unique to St Martin’s. St Martin’s continues to seek out new ways to meet the needs of aging in place populations. The residents are offered opportunities to participate in services that focus on health and wellness self-care and education as well as opportunities to participate in activities which enhance their lives and participation in cultural programs and events. Our senior communities offer a variety of services including a variety of housing options community activities and educational and recreational opportunities to residents as well as to visitors.
St Martin’s offers a variety of housing options that range from studio apartments to three or four bedroom homes. St Martin’s offers several options for residents such as: studio apartments townhouses duplexes single family residences condominiums row houses and high-rise luxury villas. Transitional housing is also offered at Sober Living in St Louis. Transitional housing is residential living designed to provide permanent residence to elderly and disabled residents. Transitional housing provides an opportunity for seniors and disabled individuals to live independently with limited assistance. Transitional housing provides the opportunity for seniors and disabled individuals to live in their own homes with the same amenities and responsibilities as the rest of society but without the added strain or stress of trying to maintain their personal finances and managing their personal care.