Welcome to our Community of Care
Noble Living is an alternative to nursing home placement for seniors that need memory care and assistance with daily living. We provide housing and assistance to residents including meal preparation, specialty diets: diabetic, puree, vegetarian, laundry, linen, housekeeping, local transportation, personal and incontinence care. We provide these services in a community of care and respect that honors the individual. Our residents are family and we treat them with the dignity that connotes.
We do not use the institutional model of care that dominates the RCFE industry. Rather, we see a different way of assisting our residents through a new stage in their life using the Person Centered Care (PCC) model. We recognize that where they live is their home. We offer the choice of private or semi-private rooms. The residents share a central common area with kitchen, dining room, living room, outdoor living and pool, and smaller spaces for reading or reflection.
All three San Diego elder care locations are located within a mile of emergency response teams, Fire departments/Paramedics.
Noble Living, LLC
Joan Court House
5211 Joan Ct, San Diego 92115
Licence Number 374603342
Nestled in a quiet cove in the SDSU area convenient to hospitals, professional services, shopping and entertainment.
Noble Living II, LLC
Hills Lane House
License Number 374603913
Located in Fletcher Hills at the end of a Cul De Sac with spectacular views of El Cajon City with accessibility from the 125 & I-8.
Noble Living III, LLC
6665 Decanture St San Diego 92120
License Number 374604052
Located in quiet Del Cerro. Easily accessed by I-8, I-15 & the 805. Just Minutes from Mission Valley and East County.
The staff at Noble Living gave my grandmother the best last year on this Earth that she could have ever had. She left feeling loved by not just her family but the amazing staff at Noble Living as well, and in a place that felt just like home. I could never thank them enough for all they have done for me, my family, and my grandmother.
– T. Holsclaw