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  • Nurses on Staff
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Hospice Available

Customer Reviews

Review of The House of Hope - Troy, MI

We stopped by with out a reservation and they showed us around. They didn t have any openings at this time. It would be really far for me to visit. The home was clean and looked very nice

had to find place for dad he needed a 24 hour facility at the time and a place for mom found that place for us i give the over all a 5 star rating the time dad spent there which like about a mount or so he did enjoy his time the staff is nice and helpful as well.

From the Community

AlzheimerÆs and other forms of dementia are all extremely severe diseases that tend to take a toll on their hosts and on the people caring for those who are afflicted. When you come to the conclusion that your loved one needs care outside of what you are able to give, the next step is the most difficult. Located in Omaha, Nevada, the House of Hope focuses on those who suffer from all forms of dementia. From assisting residents with daily tasks to managing their medications, our goal is to provide your loved one with the best care out there. Our staff has been fully trained to effectively care to each individual's personal needs. We know and understand the need for the individual to feel safe and comfortable in his or her time of need. We offer many on-site amenities to our residents. There are beauticians available for those wanting a ônew doö, devotional services for those who want to attend church, and even common areas for mingling with their peers. We offer the same amenities off-site to those who wish to use them. Here at the House of Hope, we understand that our residents have pets that they love. We allow cats and dogs to live with their owners. With the knowledge that pets can help with depression and anxiety, we have grown to love seeing our residents playing with and walking their animals. The House of Hope is a loving environment. We care about our residents, and we care about their loved ones. We know that moving into a home that is focused on the elderly and/or disabled is a hard move, but we are here to help you along the way.