Frequently Asked Questions
For your convenience, many of the questions we hear most often are answered below:
What are the sizes of your apartments?
Our apartments range from approximately 265 square feet to 450 square feet. Each apartment is unfurnished to allow the resident to decorate it comfortably. To see floor plans, click here.
What is the montly cost?
Monthly rates start at $2334 and include rent, supportive services, and utilities except for phone and cable.
Do you accept Medicaid?
Yes, we accept individuals on the Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Program (HCBS). We also accept Total Longterm Care (TLC).
What are your age requirements?
Our residents must be at least 62 years of age.
What are your physical requirements?
Each resident or potential resident must be able to transfer independently and be able to get to and from meals independently. Incontinent residents must be able to manage their incontinence.
What are your income requirements?
To be eligible to move into The Granville, an individual’s annual income may not exceed $33,360; for a couple, $38,100. This includes income from all sources.
Are any of your apartments handicap-accessible?
Yes, we offer seven handicap-accessible rooms for those who might need one. Please contact us for availability.
Can you accommodate couples?
Yes, we have 7 units set asside for couples. For a tour of one of these units or for more information, please contact us.
Is smoking allowed in the community?
No, we are now a no-smoking facility.
Are pets allowed?
To provide a worry free community for all of our residents, we do not allow pets.
Is the Granville a locked community?
No, The Granville is not a locked or secured community.
Do you accommodate special diets?
No, we do not serve special-diet meals. We do provide sugar-free desserts and snacks for residents who are diabetic.
Do you have a store on site?
We have a general store, which is open daily for residents to purchase items they may need.
Do you have a beauty shop?
Yes, we have a full-service beauty shop.
Can the family bring in additional assistance or staffing to help with the needs of their loved one?
Yes, we support home health care as well as private duty care through outside agencies.
If you have further questions or want to learn more, please contact us.