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Deer Park Retirement Living
646 Canyon Rd, Novato, CA 94947
Deer Park Retirement Living is an assisted living community of studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments for activeMore retired seniors. Residents may live alone or with a roommate. Amenities here include three meals daily, housecleaning services, indoor and outdoor activities, cable TV and laundry services. The home does not have a visiting M.D. but arranges transportation for residents who need to visit their doctor.
Center Road House
1649 Center Rd, Novato, CA 94947
Center Road House is a small assisted living home for the elderly. It features fewer than 10 bedrooms, a living room,More dining room, kitchen and garden. The facility provides daily meals and cleaning services. For more details, please call.
The Anton Pointe
1470 S Novato Blvd, Novato, CA 94947

The Anton Pointe is a small assisted living community where elderly residents have access to assistance whenMore necessary but are simultaneously able to maintain their independence. The staff provides assistance with medications, grooming, dressing and local transportation, and the community offers exercise programs and a variety of other activities. The Anton Pointe accept patients who use wheelchairs, walkers or canes, or who suffer from incontinence or mild confusion.

Located in a quiet residential part of Novato and about half a mile from the Novato Fair Shopping Center, The Anton Pointe is a safe and easily accessible residential community. In case of emergencies, the Novato Community Hospital is a five-minute drive away. For more information or to learn about pricing and availability, please call The Anton Pointe. 

Wild Flowers Residential Care Facility for The Elderly
256 Sunset Pkwy, Novato, CA 94947
Wild Flowers Residential Care Facility for The Elderly is an assisted living provider located near the Novatno CommunityMore Hospital. On-site medical services are not provided. For more information about the facility, please call the phone number provided during regular business hours. 
Redwood Credit Union
1010 Grant Ave, Novato, CA 94945
Redwood Credit Union has offices throughout the Northern Bay area. Redwood Credit Union is a full-service financialMore cooperative institute that focuses on assisting its members and and small businesses. Anyone who lives in the following Northern Bay Area counties may join: Sonoma, Marin, Mendocino, Lake, Napa, San Francisco, Contra Costa and Solano.
Bel Amor
920 Ignacio Blvd, Novato, CA 94949
Bel Amor is an assisted living community that serves clients in Novato and throughout the Bay Area. It specializes inMore placing seniors in qualified homes throughout its communities. Call the number listed for more information. 
Cedars Lamont House
816 Lamont Ave, Novato, CA 94945
Cedars Lamont House is an assisted-living facility for mentally handicapped men. The House offers a range ofMore amenities, including laundry services, room cleaning, cable TV, a gym and daily meals. There are also plenty of gardens and walking areas.
Creekwood Senior Home
830 Tamalpais Ave, Novato, CA 94947
Creekwood Senior Home is an assisted living facility for seniors that offers three meals a day plus snacks, laundry, andMore housekeeping services, daily activities, cable TV, weekly professional entertainers, personal medication management, and more. Private rooms start at $5,000. For a photo tour of the establishment, visit the Web site. 
Marin School of the Arts
625 Arthur St, Novato, CA 94947
Part of Novato High School, Marin School of the Arts emphasizes special programs for visual arts, performing arts,More digital and graphic arts, creative writing and music. The concept is to have a public school option for students all over Marin County who want more than the standard arts curriculum available at other schools. There are approximately 350 students at MSA, some of whom live outside of Novato. In the morning they attend regular Novato High classes, and in the afternoon they are instructed by eight teachers and a team of working arts professionals. In 2008, the 45 MSA seniors received $1.7 million in scholarships. Mark Peabody created the school's concept, wrote and secured a state grant, and became the founder of the 501c nonprofit that led to the creation of MSA. He remains the school's director and an assistant principal at Novato High. Peabody is a former Marin County Teacher of the Year who attended the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, specializing in bass. Students interested in attending MSA and their parents can take a guided tour of the campus, led by staff members and parent volunteers. Prospects must audition for an MSA program or present a portfolio of their work, then be interviewed by the MSA faculty and write an essay on deadline. Enrollment is free, but parents are expected to become active boosters to support the non-profit school.
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