We are open for family visitation! All visits must occur in the resident’s room.
For more information on our COVID-19 protocols and visitation guidelines, please call us at 410-893-3070.
Assisted Living Facility In Bel Air North, MD
We are the premier, all-inclusive senior assisted living facility
where residents can live a longer, healthier and more
fulfilling life located on 14 acres of land in the beautiful
Bel Air North, MD area. Offering
Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Enhanced Care.
Our community has everything our residents
need to age in place.
Are you struggling to provide care for mom or dad on your own?
Being a caretaker is a full-time job. Whether it’s managing your loved one’s medications, cooking them well-balanced meals, assisting them with getting around their house, or making sure that they are active and social throughout the day, we understand the amount of time and effort it takes to fulfill these duties.
Forest Hill Heights is Your Solution
At our assisted living facility in Bel Air North, we have nursing professionals on-site 24/7, not just on call. This means that if a medical situation should arise with one of our residents, we will be there to address it quickly and effectively, no matter if it happens at lunch or during the middle of the night.
Take a look at what Roxie & Ralph, has to say about the care at Forest Hill Heights:
A Bustling Social Environment
We have a dedicated recreation department that encourages social engagement between residents so your loved one will never be fully isolated or alone. With round-the-clock activities built into our 24/7 recreation calendar, our community is a lively and active environment.
Dining at Forest Hill Heights
Are you worried that your loved one is not eating healthy meals on a regular basis? At Forest Hill Heights, our dietary services provide three nutritious home-cooked meals per day, all approved by a certified dietician and served in our dining room.
Thank you to Stacy Bowen Floral Design for giving us the opportunity to have 2 bouquet bars last week! Once everyone picked out their starter flowers, we had floral themed trivia for the residents to win extras for their bouquets! It was such a fun way for us to get creative!🌻🌹🌷💐 … See MoreSee Less
Jessica, Thank you for 26 years of dedication. From starting out in our dining room as a teenager, dishwashing, then serving, to being our Buisness Office Manager for the last 23 years. You have been an asset with your hardworking, caring, and determined personality. We wish you the best of luck with this new journey at our sister facility, Northshore Heights. Thank you for all you’ve done over the years and will continue to do. We will miss you! … See MoreSee Less
When is the Right Time To Move My Parent Into An Assisted Living Facility in Bel Air?
Has your loved one experienced a fall? Has their health suddenly declined, leaving them incapable of living safely in their current living situation? We know that choosing a place for your loved one is an extremely urgent, emotional and difficult decision. You need to find a place with a caring staff who understands your loved one’s needs. With nearly 40 years of experience, we’ve guided many families through this transition. Click here to hear from a few of those happy family members and residents.
As you discuss your options for the future, please call one of our caring representatives who will help you plan this next step in your loved one’s life.
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Highlights of Our Memory Care & Assisted Living Facility in Bel Air North, MD
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My parents needed a place to recuperate after a hospital stay
My parents needed a place to recuperate after a hospital stay so my family looked into respite care at FHH. They worked with my family to get my parents settled quickly and into a routine. My parents stayed for 6 weeks. During this time we quickly learned the names of the employees and got all our questions answered in a timely manner. There were many activities that were offered for the residents that my parents participated in. When it was time to leave, my family was very appreciative of the care they needed.