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  Mount Rubidoux Manor
  is a part of ABHOW
  Affordable Housing.
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AMENITIES & SERVICES

Photo Tour of Mount Rubidoux Manor


The Apartments

Mt. Rubidoux Manor’s studio and one-bedroom apartments are spacious and are equipped with the following features:

• heating and airconditioning all over apartment

• kitchen with electric stove, refrigerator, garbage disposal and spacious cabinets

• full bathrooms with safety handles on tubs and showers

• emergency call system that alerts local crisis personnel in case of an emergency


Community Amenities

The outdoor spaces at Mt. Rubidoux Manor were built to allow the enjoyment of the natural landscape. Indoor common areas allow for enjoyable community events. The property’s community amenities include:

• a well-designed community and dining room where residents can view movies on a wide-screen TV

• a library that boasts of an extensive selection of books and magazines

• two computer stations for internet surfing or simply keeping in touch with family

• pool table for fun billards games

• an outdoor patio for barbeques and parties

• ample space for parties, birthdays, holiday and other events

• a community dining room, kitchen and mandatory meal program – provided at $116/month for dinner only (one meal served Monday through Friday)

• a beauty salon

• several brown-bag food delivery programs

• Mt. Rubidoux Manor also offers a transportation van that takes residents to shopping and doctors appointments on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays


Stimulating Activities for Residents

A variety of fun and pleasurable activities are scheduled at Mount Rubidoux Manor that cater to the social, wellness and learning needs of residents:

• Bridge and Bingo games

• Ballroom dancing excercises

• Health seminars (diabetes education, heart health awareness, updates on Medicare and Medical)

• Informational events during insurance open enrollment

***A Service Coordinator works on-site to connect residents to community and medical services, as well as build informal support networks with other residents, family and friends.