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Welcome to Provision Living

assisted-living-senior-livingWalk into any of our Independent Living, Assisted Living or Memory Care communities, and you may notice something special. At every Provision Living Community, people are being loved unconditionally, being inspired daily, and they are thriving as a result.

From our residents, to our associates, to the greater communities we serve, Provision Living is all about maximizing the potential of every life we touch.

Start your journey with us by choosing any of our communities and see how radiant your life can be!

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Executive Director, Jeff Hinshaw, was on hand to welcome residents to their new homes.

Love and Compassion are Key in Welcoming First Residents to New Community

While the Provision Living Assisted Living and Memory Care community, located at 2333 Chapel Hill Rd., Columbia, MO, broke ground in June, 2014, it officially opened its doors on October 1, 2015....

Social Drumming Event Gets Prairie Hills at Independence Residents Moving

As seniors retire and move to new communities, it can often be difficult to remain socially engaged. After a lifetime of working, raising families, and accomplishing personal goals, many people...
Southern Pines Senior Living Executive Director, Christy Cooke, is passionate in her effort to provide a variety of therapy services to Memory Care residents.

New Executive Director Brings Caregiving Experience to Life Enrichment Program

When Southern Pines Senior Living’s new Executive Director, Christy Cooke, became a caregiver for her grandmother, she realized that she needed to expand her understanding of the many issues that...