The Bridges at Mission is the Valley’s expert in Alzheimer’s Assisted Living and is licensed to provide both Alzheimer’s and Traditional Care.

Our caring and knowledgeable staff, wide range of available activities, FIXED monthly rate, safe and secure environment, state-of-the-art technology, and location next door to Mission Hospital, make us the best possible option when it comes to Assisted Living.

The Bridges offers Alzheimer’s Support Groups once a month free and open to the public.

To provide expert and affordable care to the elderly and those afflicted with Alzheimer’s in a safe, nurturing environment.

John Beaman
General Partner at The Bridges at Mission

Expansion and Renovation

Historically, Alzheimer’s assistance was based upon control, security, and safety. Today, care has evolved to incorporate design and technology to preserve and support the abilities, for as long as possible, of persons afflicted with Alzheimer’s, and the aging population in general.

In keeping with our commitment of providing a high- quality life for our residents, The Bridges updated its existing building by remodeling the public areas and replacing all the furniture. The different social areas were separated, (activities, TV, and living rooms) following the most recent studies on how to best serve our population. The dining room was also innovated, according to the same concept.

Our beautiful expansion provides 21 private rooms with full bathrooms, 1 large living room, a cafeteria and a non-denominational chapel.

Signature Programs

-Visual Arts. To exercise their creative selves through painting and exhibit their art on the walls gives our residents joy, pride, and a language through which to express themselves.

-Circle of Joy. A research-based program that brings our residents together with drums and other instruments, to make music, connect, and exercise body, mind and spirit and have fun.

-Alzheimer’s Support Group. Every first Wednesday of the month, at 2:00 pm. We encourage you to come!

Alzheimer’s Support Group

Caregiving doesn’t just mean taking care of someone suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. It is important that you remember to take care of yourself too. It is normal to feel overwhelmed at times by all of the added responsibilities of being a caregiver. This can take a significant toll on your physical and emotional wellbeing. That’s why you need to attend a SUPPORT GROUP. Educating yourself on Alzheimer’s can help you feel more confident and empowered when caring for your loved one.