Sheltered Housing & Accommodation Douglas
Douglas, Arizona, is a small city located in Cochise County in the state's southeast corner. Founded in 1880, the city has a rich history and is home to a variety of attractions, including the Gadsden Hotel, St. Luke's Episcopal Church, and the San Bernardino Ranch Museum. Douglas is also the birthplace of John Wayne, and the John Wayne Pioneer Trail, a walking and biking path, runs through the city.
For older adults and retirees, Douglas provides a range of amenities, including senior housing options, such as The Terrace at Douglas, a retirement community offering independent and assisted living. The city also provides medical facilities, including the Vista Medical Center, and a variety of community events, such as the annual Christmas parade and the weekly farmers market. Additionally, Douglas is home to several parks and recreation areas, making it an ideal destination for outdoor activities.