As a mission-based, non-profit organization, Still Hopes aims to be the greater Columbia area’s solution for health and assistance throughout the many stages of life. Feel the warm welcome of our engaging Adult Day Care or Respite and Dementia Care Columbia, SC, both focused on socialization and wellness.
Strengthen the body and soul in our expansive Wellness Center open to anyone 55 and greater. Get the help you need—cooking, cleaning, and healthcare—when you need it at home with our Solutions for Living at Home services. Arrange a personalized treatment plan with our rehabilitation program staff.
Gain the confidence of a support system ready for you whenever you need us.
Still Hopes Retirement Community West Columbia, SC residents have numerous opportunities to remain active—physically and mentally. With art classes, musical programs, and hobby groups, residents have found their own niche-made retirement with others of like minds.
Many residents bring their passions to Still Hopes, igniting joy by teaching others about things like sculpture, golf, scripture, or playing an instrument. Others choose to try something new that sparks their interest.
Whatever it may be, allow us to support you with whatever it is you want to do.
Including a heated, indoor pool, fitness and aquatic classes, triathlon training, and state of the art equipment, our Wellness Center is open to adults 55 and over.
With a variety of services and modalities, our knowledgeable staff will create a rehabilitation or pre-rehabilitation treatment plan specific to your needs.
Obtain the care and assistance you need in the comfort of your own home on a schedule that fits your lifestyle. We're here for you if you ever need us.
Whether you're looking for long-term care or a short-term home for your loved one, ensure that their desires and needs come first with accommodating staff available.
From the Blog
Still Hopes Ranks in Top 25 for “Best in Wellness” by International Aging Industry Association
This international wellness award comes as no surprise to the residents who call Still Hopes their home.