Sierra View Homes - Reedley, CA

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Customer Reviews

So far so good

So far the move to Sierra View Homes has been a good choice for my mom. The atmosphere is warm and inviting and the staff is very welcoming when I come to visit. The staff is friendly and caring and attentive to her care needs. Mom has to have all of her food pureed but she seems to like it. There are plenty of activities that the staff encourages the residents to participate. My mom enjoys watching all of the activities. They have nice areas for the residents to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. I would recommend this community to others.

This was not the best option for us

My father was a resident in skilled nursing at Sierra View Homes, and my mom lived in independent living. The only reason Dad's care was tolerable was because Mom was there 10-12 hours a day overseeing it. Management and staff resented her presence, and at times treated her with disrespect. My dad recently became gravely ill, and the staff at Sierra View Homes did not take any extra measures to treat his issues. When I insisted that he be tested for infections (which he had) they first refused to do it, then admitted that they didn't have the proper supplies to test it (they had expired, they threw them away, and they hadn't ordered new ones). Finally he was transported to the hospital. He had multiple severe medical conditions, which resulted in his death 8 days later. Because of the way SVH staff treated my dad toward the end of his life, my mom no longer feels safe living there. She will be seeking another community to spend her last years in.

Nothing is as it seems at Sierra View Homes!!!

I have been disappointed in almost every way. They have all the basics but they are a line layer of basics. It took me 5 days and 4 people to reach the lady who runs the kitchen. The food is not eatable most of the time. I have not been able to get the lighting fixed in my room and the hallway. The nurses aides help with the kitchen and the kitchen staff help with skilled nursing.

Great Place for Seniors

The charm of this place is that those living in the Terraces get dinner in the dining room with their apartment. That helps build a sense of community and really helps seniors to connect and feel like someone is looking out for them. Also great about this Sierra View is that this community has all levels of care, from independent living to nursing, which many places do not have, not to mention the fact that the staff and administrators are available and helpful.

Overall I am very happy

Overall I am very happy with Sierra View Homes. This facility did not have a small single available when we needed it. They did give us a large unit at a small rate. The agreement was if a small single became available we would decide if we wanted the small or stay in the large if we could afford it. Well, they had crisis come up where they needed the large for double occupancy. They called to let us know but by the time we got up there they had already moved 2/3 of her things out. There was no sensitivity in the situation. They were trying to accommodate the resident because her husband was dying but there was no sensitivity to Sally being a new resident. The care is good. The patient/staff ratio is good. One personal pet peeve of mine is if clients or residents don't want to get dressed the staff let them stay in their pajamas. So sometimes in the common areas the residents still have their pajamas on. Sally is on hospice so she gets showers through them. I thought the staff would still give her at least one shower. They have accommodated us and we at least have a new shower schedule worked out. Overall its is very positive. The only thing that has irked the family is the whole scenario with moving her in. Their garden courtyard is very nice. Sally was always a gardener. We would encourage them that the TV in the common area should be a little larger for 12-15 people to view it. It gets hard for all of the residents to see at once. One very positive thing is they got iPod s for the for residents. I think that is a really great thing.

I am looking for low income...

I am looking for low income senior housing, independent. Hoping for a pool. I see this is a religious community; do they welcome those of various faiths? I am Methodist.

From the Community

At Sierra View Homes Retirement Community, we are a Christ-centered community in the Mennonite tradition of faith, family and friendship. As such, we commit to uphold the following principles within the life of our community: stewardship, service, and self-determination.


We foster the respect, dignity, and worth of every individual. We encourage independence and freedom of choice and provide opportunities for physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual growth.

As a non-profit Retirement Community we provide housing and support services designed to meet the needs of persons of all faiths and beliefs. We offer a variety of retirement living arrangements, including: independent living apartments, assisted living, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, and nursing and rehabilitation.

We are known for our culture of care. Through daily living and conversation, our staff come to know and appreciate each resident as a whole person with a unique history and preferences. We strive to serve every individual with dignity, interest and accountability.

We’re also known for our relaxed environment and welcoming neighborhood. Our residents enjoy the natural beauty of our campus, the social events, Wellness Center and opportunities to be involved in service.

Many of our residents say they wished they’d made the move sooner. Here, they can enjoy freedoms of living in a retirement community, with no lawns to mow or gutters to clean. And, best of all, when extra support is needed, help is readily available, and our residents pay only for the services they need.

Sierra View Homes Retirement Community Complies with the Fair Housing Act

Sierra View Homes Retirement Community considers and admits persons who are 55 and older with our regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. However we do require applicants to demonstrate they can meet certain requirements of residency.