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    At Vista Mesa Assisted Living we value quality of life above all else. As one of the leading assisted living facilities in Montezuma County, our residents enjoy independence, loving care, and days filled with activity. We invite you to an educational tour complete with a free, delicious lunch.

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Join Us December 15th at 12:00pm for a Free, Educational Class on Caring for Your Loved Ones Through Improved Nutrition & Diet

Our guest speaker, Laura White, is a long-time Registered Dietitian at Southwest Memorial Hospital. She provides a wealth of knowledge on creating nutritional programs tailored to a person’s age and disease status. She also provides nutritional counseling to patients with COPD, Celiac disease, diabetes, renal disease, heart disease and weight management. The class will provide insight and ideas on how to provide healthy diets for the aging seniors in your life & how to prepare the food so that it is a balanced meal. There will be appetizers and time for Q&A. For more information call us at (970) 516-7071.

Vista Mesa Assisted Living Community

Vista Mesa Assisted Living Community

Our Mission is to Serve Others. Serving is Our Highest Calling.

Voted one of the Best Assisted Living Facility in Cortez & Montezuma County

Call today to see how Vista Mesa can help you and your family.

Vista Mesa is a vibrant assisted living facility dedicated to caring for seniors, offering coordination of services from independent to assisted and memory care. The special needs of your family member are met by our special staff, who help to foster an atmosphere of support combined with a home-like environment.
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Local Testimonials

To all Vista Mesa Employees – With my departure from Vista Mesa I would like to compliment and thank you everyone for the lovely way I was treated here. I was given fine care and respect; the best of all was the warm friendship. I will miss and remember each of you for your kindness.”

– Harry Hain, 6/17

To the staff of Vista Mesa, I would like to thank all of you for your kindness, care and attention you extended to my mom. She was in such good hands!”

– Cheryl Floyd, 6/17

To the staff at Vista Mesa, on behalf of my father, I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for taking care of him. I am sure at times he was a handful. I am well aware that it takes special people to be care takers. Dad would always tell me that there were worse places he could be than at Vista Mesa but he realized that it was a good place to be. Thank again for all that you did to provide the care that my dad needed.”

– W.K. Neilson, 6/17

“To the caregivers at Vista Mesa – In our father’s glory days he was a shepherd in the community. Well known for devoting his life to serving others. It has been overwhelming and beautiful to witness the care provided at Vista Mesa. The respect shown to each resident is commendable. I also appreciate the individual knowledge you hold of each resident. At Vista Mesa there seems to be a place for everyone. Thank you for getting to know his story. And lastly, thank you for letting me grieve the loss of my father without feeling ashamed. At times, I could only see the decline in my father. The care you provided often brought me back to realize he continued to live and was doing the best he could given his ailments. You are the unsung heroes in this community. God Bless You.”

-Teresa Brown-Sanchez, 4/17

Vista Mesa Assisted Living is a fairly small place with around 60 residents. Mom is one of the few who attends just their day activity programs and participates in what they have to offer for all their residents. There are registered nurses on staff and an activity director who does an excellent job of providing varied activities every day. They do fitness and exercises, games, and senior meetings. They serve lunch and dinner, and there are snacks provided. There are special activities several days a week, and musicians coming in doing sing-along with the residents at least two days a week. There is a day room available with lounge chairs and a real quiet area where Mom can lie down and take a nap.”  

– Relative of a resident, 3/17