Partnering with You and Your Family

Our welcoming environment makes stopping by a comfortable and enjoyable experience. If you have friends or family residing at the CCC, we invite you to come to spend time with them, at their invitation, as often as possible. Enjoy our cheerful and inviting outdoor spaces and garden, or chat for a bit in our welcoming lobby.


Your Team

Residents and their family members, if they choose, partake each month in our “Care Plan” team meeting, where staff and the family discuss in detail the resident’s physical, social, psychological, and developmental needs.


Life Enriching Activities

Physical activity and social interaction are both therapeutic and an essential part of maintaining a quality of life. Group and individual activities, designed to entertain and stimulate, include art, music, discussion times, religious services, pet visits with registered therapy dogs, movie nights, holiday observances, birthday celebrations, and much more.


Personalized Care

Our personalized care for each resident, if desired, includes transportation to doctor appointments, complimentary on-site beauty shop, registered dietitian; home assessments; personal laundry service; medication management, intravenous therapy, and more.

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Care Settings

We believe consistent, standardized care promotes our resident’s quality of life. With a focus on individual well-being, we get to know you on a personal level. We are committed to providing you with support tailored to your individual needs and preferences.

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Making the Right Decision

We are here to listen, understand and work with you to help you find a personalized solution to your specific situation. Our professional staff is caring, compassionate, and available round-the-clock. We are guided by our philosophy of providing services and personal care tailored to individual needs.

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The Latest from CCC

CCC Residents Help with Study on Improving Memory and Brain Function

By answering simple math equations and current event questions, CCC residents are helping a team of UCSB researchers.

Signs That An Aging Parent Needs Help

Poor hygiene, weight loss, and sudden mood changes are some of the many signs that indicate an older adult may need help or caregiver assistance.

CCC to Offer Certified Nursing Assistant Course

This summer, LVMC’s skilled nursing facility, the Comprehensive Care Center, is offering a free Nursing Assistant Training Program.

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Where to Begin

Our admissions team can help you figure out where to start when considering long-term care. Whether you are researching for yourself or your loved one, our team is trained to provide you with all the information you need to help your family make the best decision.