At Pacifica Senior Living, our mission is to do what we love and what we truly believe in: providing compassionate, personalized care services with dignity and respect. As we approach 100 communities and find ourselves at No. 20 on Argentum’s list of 150 Largest Providers, we are humbled to have the opportunity to serve the many thousands of residents who have chosen to make our communities their home. We warmly welcome each resident to our Pacifica family, and we view it as a tremendous honor that we can meet their needs – ranging from Memory Care to Respite Care.
Our Cranston Neighborhood
An Ideal Location
Living in Cranston, RI, gives residents direct access to our state’s capital city and the nation’s beautiful Eastern Seaboard. Our residents will find an array of nearby attractions alongside medical care services and emergency care at Eleanor State Hospital, Care New England Health System, and Our Lady of Fatima Hospital – all without venturing far from home.
Residents may enjoy visiting local restaurants like the Seven Stars Bakery, Twin Oaks Restaurant, or Avvio Ristorante, which are all located in our neighborhood. We plan regular field trips into the community, with local points of interest like the Garden City Center, the Cranston Stebbins Stadium, or the Roger Williams Park Zoo.
At Pacifica Senior Living Victoria Court, we invite our residents to enjoy an array of life-enrichment opportunities during their stay.
Choose Your Own Adventure
Popular events and activities include:
- Arts & Crafts
- Devotional Services
- Game Nights
- Group Outings
- Live Music
- Movie Screenings
Our residents are invited to participate in as few or as many events as they want to, with access to an array of opportunities happening at our residence every morning, afternoon, and evening. To see what we’re up to, visit us in person and talk to our staff about our exciting upcoming opportunities.
“My brother and I visited and we liked it very much because it was very nice. The overall appearance of the place was really pleasant. They seemed to try to have everybody engage and participate in their daily activities. The room was very nice. It had pretty much of everything that you would want.”