Cypress Glen - Greenville, NC has yet not published prices.
- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Aging in Place
- Complimentary Transportation
- Pets Allowed
This is a larger community that looked like a nice clean community when we visited. The person that took us on tour was nice. They seemed to offer some nice amenities including a swimming pool.
When my mother-in-law entered Cypress Glen, she & her family were assured that she would remain there for the rest of her life. When all of her savings from the sale of her home was exhausted, her social security & retirement would not cover the cost. At this time, she & her daughters were informed that they did not do charity cases at Cypress Glen. She had a spacious private room and was only 20 miles from one of her daughters. She was then transferred to a [Removed] home in Lumberton, NC, which was 125 miles from her daughter, making it a major trip to visit her mother. She was put in a tiny room shared with another patient. This room had 2 beds, 2 dressers and 2 chairs with hardly room to walk. After this happened, her other daughter had her admitted to a much nicer private facility in Raleigh where all of her cost was covered. Be wary of what you're promised at Cypress Glen & make sure you get all of it in writing or you may be carted off to a smaller room in another facility in Lumberton, NC when they have exhausted all of your savings & you're left with only your retirement check.
Not using money well
They were really expensive, I've heard good things about them and I've heard bad things about them. They're spending their monies in the wrong ways. They're building this olympic sized pool and jacking up all the prices people pay. They're building this palacial thing worthy of a gym that 70 year old people don't need so we kind of avoided that.