Mt. Arlington Senior Living

Senior Housing
Mount Arlington, New Jersey, United States

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Mt. Arlington Senior Living is a warm and welcoming senior living community offering the finest in assisted living apartments, as well as a secure residence for our award-winning Bridge to Rediscovery Alzheimer’s program for people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, and rehabilitation services and respite/short stays.

Assisted Living Rates start at $3,000/month
Memory Care Rates start at $4,867/month

Our many services and amenities include restaurant-style dining, a full slate of social and recreational activities, regular outings, library, games room, wireless Internet, fitness and wellness programs, in-house beauty salon/barber shop, highly skilled 24-hour staff, and laundry and housekeeping.

Our senior living community is located near Lake Hopatcong and Hopatcong State Park, and close to several restaurants, malls, hospitals, and places of worship. We are just minutes from Interstate 80, situated on Route 615, and only one hour from New York City, providing easy access to a host of recreational activities and cultural attractions.
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