A Locally Owned Community
Serving Lacey and beyond since 1998
We’ve Been Caring for The Resident’s of Thurston County for More than 45 Years.
Memory Care at The Lodges first opened it’s doors in 1971, since then we have cared for multiple generations of Thurston County residents. Though health care has changed a great deal in the nearly half century we’ve been operating here in Lacey, our approach to care and ownership hasn’t changed.
WE’RE FAMILY RUN: Mr. Craig LeVee, the current owner, took over ownership of Memory Care at The Lodges in 1985. He is still actively involved in the community to this day. Being family owned eliminates a a great deal of bureaucratic red-tape, ensuring we can focus more on what’s best for our guests and residents.
WE’RE VETERAN FRIENDLY: Memory Care at The Lodges is the only VA-Certified skilled-nursing community in Thurston County, and we have a deep connection with the armed services. Our owner, Mr. LeVee, is a Vietnam War veteran and he deeply believes in helping those who’ve served our country however we can.
WE’RE HIGHLY INVOLVED: More than 45 years in the same town brings with it a degree of community involvement, and Memory Care at The Lodges has been actively supporting seniors and the programs that help them well after they leave our campus. We’re an active member of many senior, focused organizations in the area including the South Sound Alzheimer’s Council and the Senior Action Network.