710 W 13th Ave, Escondido, CA 92025
Phone: (760) 480-2759
Phone: (619) 295-9072
Phone: (760) 208-2520
Primary Phone: (760) 735-8324
Phone: (760) 690-1814
Phone: (760) 291-2701
Phone: (760) 735-8324
Phone: (760) 871-2145
Fax: (760) 480-2759
TollFree: (800) 842-6775
TollFree: (866) 324-8792
Nonprofit Assisted Living Facility
Nonprofit Nursing Home
Services: Housekeeping, Speech Pathology, Podiatry, Occupational Therapy, Skilled Nursing Care, Physician, Mental Health, Clinical Laboratories, Physical Therapy, Dental, Dietary, Blood Administration, Nursing Home Care, Nursing Services, Long-Term Care, Vocational, Social Work, Activities, Pharmacy, Extended Care
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Ranked among America’s top 20 healthiest places to retire by CNN/Money.com, Escondido is in vibrant North San Diego County yet retains the quiet pace of a rural town set amongst the citrus and avocado groves. It’s home to a unique community offering the comforts of quality senior living along with a deep commitment to excellence in service and care: Redwood Terrace.
Situated in a quiet residential neighborhood of Escondido, Redwood Terrace offers easy access to nearby shopping, dining and exploring. It’s the ideal setting to enjoy comfortable retirement living with all the amenities and services of a quality continuing care community.
03/18/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Redwood Terrace, a front for the fraudulent ""be.group"" scam-operation, should be investigated by State Officials from top to bottom: from the Sharks in the sales department, to the incompetents running the ""show"". The High-Pressure Sales Department, staffed by former Vampire Squids working on commission, is characterized by, at best, a weak grasp of the line between lies and truth. My mother was offered and signed one contract; however upon moving into the facility, she was informed that the signed contract ""was no longer available"" and that terms would be ""adjusted."" My mother, already exhausted from a difficult move, lived in terror after being told by the Head Sales-Shark that ""we don't want to have to make you leave,"" and ultimately she signed the new contract under great duress. Needless to say, the ""adjusted terms"" rendered a $40,000 benefit to the ""non-profit."" The organization (be.group, formerly Southern California Presbyterian Homes) recently had their bonds downgraded to ""junk"" and a review of their very opaque financial statements reveal obscene executive salaries presiding over an ""empire"" built on precarious junk bonds. This organization preys on vulnerable seniors facing life-changing disabilites and illness and squeezes every dollar and every advantage from these seniors under a fraudulent fa?ade of ""gracious living."" BE WARNED! BE SMART! AVOID THE BE.GROUP in all their perverse marifestations!