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Gardening Together with Other Residents
Residents on Grass with their Dogs
Residents Playing Chess on Patio
The Pool
Couple on Patio Enjoying Wine
Residents Enjoying a Meal
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Re-energize your life!

Many of us have fond memories of growing up in a neighborhood where everyone knew each other, watched out for each other, felt comfortable and safe. This is why we have included “NEIGHBORHOOD” in our name. Recapture this wonderful part of your past.

At The Neighborhood in Rio Rancho, you will make new friends in your new neighborhood. The community will become your neighborhood – with dining, entertainment, fitness programs and social interaction. Including a long-term care plan.

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Welcome to the Neighborhood

The Neighborhood is a Life Plan Community designed to offer more than one level of care on a single campus. Active, independent living for those who want a sense of community and connection with neighbors in a maintenance-free lifestyle, and Supportive Care – for those who need assistance with activities of daily living.

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Explore A Day In The Life

There are two Art Gallery’s at The Neighborhood.  They proudly feature the artwork created by Neighborhood residents on a regular basis.  A reception with refreshments is held to open each new exhibit and to introduce featured artists.

Several residents have four legged family members and The Neighborhood made sure to include a Dog Park when it was built.  There’s plenty of sunny New Mexico days for canine frolicking at the dog park.

Each October, one of New Mexico’s most popular events takes to the skies – Albuquerque’s International Balloon Fiesta. The parent company of The Neighborhood, Haverland Carter LifeStyle Group, is a proud sponsor and residents enjoy breakfast and balloons at their own corporate tent, located right next to the field.

Holidays are also shared with new friends at The Neighborhood, making new memories and – at times – new holiday traditions. In a community where new friendships are made everyday, sharing different holiday occasions together means so much to many of The Neighborhood’s residents.

A Day In The Life

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Quality care and peace of mind.

Supportive Care is available should a resident ever require a higher level of care. Spacious, private studio apartments, delicious meals, meaningful activities, and supportive, professional care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All levels of care are provided – Assisted Living, Memory Care, Nursing Care, Rehabilitation and Skilled Care.

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Proudly featured in this month's Albuquerque The Magazine are our Directors' of Nursing (DON). Truly "Experts in their Field" they ensure quality care is provided to residents at The Neighborhood in Rio Rancho (NIRR) and La Vida Llena (LVL) Life Plan communities.
From left to right; Carol Johnson, Sherri Kinney and Carolyn Rupert serve LVL -- Nancy Shambach and Sandra Turner serve NIRR.
Thank you for all you do ladies!
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Proudly featured in this months Albuquerque The Magazine are our Directors of Nursing (DON). Truly Experts in their Field they ensure quality care is provided to residents at The Neighborhood in Rio Rancho (NIRR) and La Vida Llena (LVL) Life Plan communities.
From left to right; Carol Johnson, Sherri Kinney and Carolyn Rupert serve LVL -- Nancy Shambach and Sandra Turner serve NIRR.
Thank you for all you do ladies!

1 month ago

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A new event at The Neighborhood celebrated Dad's on their special day with a car show from the 1920s to present, a live band and lots of good food. ... See MoreSee Less

Courtside at the Senior Games today. Albuquerque police officers from the Downtown Community unit playing some b-ball with senior athletes. The seniors schooled the police in the first game, but APD won the second game. ... See MoreSee Less

Courtside at the Senior Games today. Albuquerque police officers from the Downtown Community unit playing some b-ball with senior athletes. The seniors schooled the police in the first game, but APD won the second game.Image attachmentImage attachment

A busy day at the Athlete's village for the Senior Games. The morning was quiet for only a short time. Dancers from Zuni Pueblo were also featured on Indian Day at the Games.
Come see us from 8am - 6pm, west side in the convention center, right across from Civic Plaza. We're here through this Sunday evening.
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A busy day at the Athletes village for the Senior Games. The morning was quiet for only a short time. Dancers from Zuni Pueblo were also featured on Indian Day at the Games.
Come see us from 8am - 6pm, west side in the convention center, right across from Civic Plaza. Were here through this Sunday evening.Image attachmentImage attachment
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