Millie’s Assisted Living Community (MALC) is a small family-owned and operated assisted living facility. We take pride in being the most active community in Silver City. With Millie’s licensure in 2003, Carley Preusch created a place she thought her mother would enjoy — and at Millie’s, each person is respected, valued, and loved.
Housing up to 16 residents, Millie’s offers a home-like environment with personalized care to meet each individual’s needs. Because of our location, and our reputation, we often have community visitors from schools, churches, and other locations around town.
Come on down and take a look for yourself!
We take pride in being the most caring community in Silver City, and invite you to experience the loving atmosphere of Millie’s Assisted Living Community.
All Millie’s Assisted Living services focus on assistance. Our role is not to “do for” each resident, but to “help with” each resident’s individual needs. By emphasizing self-reliance, we promote the dignity of each resident.
- Compassionate care
- Attentive, 24-hour staff
- Wellness visits by our on-call registered nurse
- Three meals per day, seven days per week
- Housekeeping and laundry services
- Individualized Care Plans
- Medication assistance and monitoring
- Limited assistance with activities of Daily Living (dressing, grooming, bathing, etc.)
- Special diets (according to resident needs and facility’s capability)
- Limited scheduled transportation
- Cable TV
- Well-stocked library
Respite care (short-term care) is available when space allows. Please call for a cost quote as it varies by how long the person will be staying.
Assisted living residents are those who do not need skilled nursing care, but may need assistance with some aspects of daily life such as dressing and grooming, eating healthily, monitoring of health, safety, and overall well-being; coordination of outside health care providers; assistance with medication; companionship; and more.
Assisted living residents are those who do not need skilled nursing care, but may need assistance with some aspects of daily life, such as dressing and grooming, eating healthfully, monitoring their health, safety, and overall well-being; coordination of outside health care providers; assistance with medication; companionship, and more.