600 N. Hudson Street
Silver City, NM  88061
Fax 575-388-4858


Basic Services...

Assisted living residents are those who do not need skilled nursing care, but may need assistance with some aspects of daily life such as dressing and grooming, eating healthily, monitoring of health, safety, and overall well-being; coordination of outside health care providers; assistance with medication; companionship; and more.

Our rates start at $2,500/month and include the following services:

  • Compassionate Care
  • Attentive, 24-hour Staff
  • Wellness Visits by Our On-Call Registered Nurse
  • Three Meals per Day, Seven Days per Week
  • Housekeeping and Laundry Services
  • Individualized Care Plans
  • Medication Assistance and Monitoring
  • Limited Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (dressing, grooming, bathing, etc.)
  • Special Diets (according to resident needs and facility’s capability)
  • Limited Scheduled Transportation
  • Cable TV
  • Well-Stocked Library
  • Community Activity Room

Respite care (short-term care) is provided when space is available. Please call for the cost as it varies by how long the person will be staying.

“When Mom needed help, we were so lucky to find Millie’s.”
Daughter-in-law of resident


Ten Ways Millie’s Assisted Living Differs Fom Other Assisted Living Facilities

  1. Our family-style living is casual and comfortable, including family-style meals. Family and friends of residents are encouraged to stay for meals.
  2. Downtown Silver City is so close that residents can walk or go there in wheelchairs.
  3. Millie’s Assisted Living has many open areas for residents to use—three patios (one with a pond, waterfall, and fish), a multi-purpose room, and a library—in addition to the dining room and living room. Also, Friends of Millie’s is developing a “park” behind Millie’s with fruit trees, gardens, and native plants.
  4. Small pets are allowed.
  5. Staff members interact socially at least daily with each resident.
  6. Healthy snacks are available 24-hours a day.
  7. Social, recreational, cultural, and physical activities.
  8. Doctors make house calls to residents.
  9. Furnished or unfurnished—bring what you want to make this your home.
  10. If a resident’s health deteriorates but s/he wants to remain at Millie’s Assisted Living, we are willing to go through state-mandated procedures to try and accomplish this.