About Our Senior Living Community in Sonoma County

Get to know us.

We offer senior living and a continuum of care in a vibrant setting. Our Santa Rosa retirement community is located just off the 101 freeway, close to Sonoma wine country and nestled on 15 acres of beautifully landscaped property. Residents of our community live amid nature, surrounded by green space, gardens and parks, yet conveniently minutes away from shops, restaurants and urban conveniences.

Learn more about our community’s philosophy and leaders. Use our contact form to get in touch.

Senior living with no upfront entry free buy-in.

Arbol Residences is the only CCRC (continuing care retirement community) in the Sonoma area to offer senior living for a simple monthly rental fee. No entrance fee is required to become a member of our senior living community, or to be directly admitted to an appropriate level of care.

The monthly rental fee includes a comfortable, well-appointed residence designed with every comfort in mind. Our courteous staff members take care of home maintenance, housekeeping and laundry, and residents enjoy a range of dining venues, services and amenities, and activities and wellness programming. A high-quality continuum of care on campus ensures peace of mind if health needs ever change.

Our partners — the best in the business.

We’re proudly managed by Life Care Services®, An LCS Company. With over 40 years of experience, they’re among the nation’s leading operators of rental senior living communities and Life Plan Communities. They put strong financial stewardship, high-quality health care, and a slate of life-enhancing services to work so our residents can enjoy their lives to the fullest.

They’ll be welcomed like family.

Arbol Residences is a lively, vibrant community with residents who come from all walks of life. There’s a family-like atmosphere, and a real sense that residents and staff truly care about each other. Residents have a hand in planning community activities such as daytrips in the Sonoma area, lifelong learning and volunteer groups, and attend activities and events according to what interests them.

We offer state-of-the-art health care.

Health care is available on an à la carte basis, so residents pay only for what they need. Assisted living care is offered in the privacy of one’s home, while skilled nursing and rehabilitation services are provided at the Arbol Post-Acute Care Center on campus. Memory care residents reside in a specially designed and secure memory care neighborhood.

Meet our leaders.

Our day-to-day management team is composed of experienced, dedicated individuals, with extensive experience in the field of senior living.

Mariele Soriano

Executive Director
Mariele, staff member at Arbol Residences of Santa Rosa

“Asking ‘Is there anything else I can do for you?’ is the perfect example of how we go above and beyond and create a culture of exceeding expectations.”

Jennifer Abramson

Director of Clinical Services
Jennifer, an RN at Arbol Residences of Santa Rosa

“With a diverse staff, we embrace different backgrounds and speak different languages, offering a globally-influenced culture of post-acute care for the benefit of all.”

Sean Baron

Director of Marketing and Sales
Sean, an employee at Arbol Residens of Santa Rosa retirement community

“Maintaining a high level of professionalism in conduct and appearance at all times is just one of the important ways in which we honor and respect residents.”

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Shauna Burton

Human Resources Director

“As Human Resources Director, I embrace and value our differences.  Our team at Arbol has come from dozens of different backgrounds and cultures.  We each bring a unique skill set and are united in the mission to take care of our residents and help our teammates.”

Miguel Gonzalez

Accounting Director
Miguel, staff member at Arbol Residences of Santa Rosa

“Listening and responding enthusiastically in a timely manner are the rules of our business office. We truly have an open-door policy and enjoy our regular visits with our residents.”

Dalila Guintu

Dining Services Director

“In Dining Services, we have to anticipate needs and act accordingly.  We have so many areas to cover between the Dining Room, the Bistro and Room Service, that being proactive is the only way to be.  Even though we are a larger community, we learn about each resident personally so we can anticipate their needs and meet their expectations.”

Monette Monday

Resident Program Director
Monette, a staff member of Arbol Residences of Santa Rosa

“Greeting someone warmly, by name with a smile, establishes a sense of belonging. We’re happy you’re here! And our programs reflect that.”

John Caron

Environmental Services
John, staff member at Arbol Residences senior living community

“I get the greatest satisfaction when someone is overwhelmed with gratitude for me just changing a lightbulb or fixing the TV for them. It’s important that people are heard and that is why we are here.”

Marc Johns

Executive Chef

“We hold ourselves and one another accountable.  My favorite saying is: “integrity happens when no one else is watching.” We strive to make exceptional the norm, not the exception.”

Nicole Brouchard

Director of Social Services
Nicole, staff member at Arbol Residences of Santa Rosa

“I want people to have their needs met so I advocate to the best of my ability for staff, residents and their families. I do this by listening, problem solving together and validating their feelings.”

Erika Vaz

Director of Rehab

“As Director of Rehab, it is critical we pay attention to the details.  Whether it is Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Speech Therapy, our team is trained to listen, document and respond.  Taking time to notice the little things and seeing trends can make a big difference in the recovery of our residents.”

Donna Campuued

Memory Care Coordinator

“I believe that nothing makes our memory care residents feel better than a warm greeting, using their name and always with a smile.  We believe in positivity and integrity, whether its first thing in the morning or late at night, a friendly smile can go a long way to making someone feel better.”

Rogina McBurney

Health & Wellness Director

“We treat our residents, their families and our staff with courteous respect.  As the head of the assisted living and memory care clinical team, its up to me to model the behavior we expect from our caregivers and nurses.  We encounter delicate situations everyday and when you put the residents feelings first, everything else falls into place.”

Brooke Robichaud

Skilled Nursing Administrator

“Making people feel important is a priority for myself and my staff.  It means taking the time to actively listen, understand our residents needs and respond accordingly.  Simple things like smiles, compliments and anticipating needs can make someone’s day!”