Welcome to StoneBridge Pocahontas

StoneBridge Pocahontas offers a gracious assisted living lifestyle with a variety of apartment styles and accommodations.

In addition to personalized care, our residents enjoy a variety of outings and activities plus friendly, professional staff available 24-hours a day.

We are a family-owned and operated senior living community and we would consider it a privilege to care for your family. We invite you to visit us any time.

 

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    • well over 90% of our residents are vaccinated
    • new residents can receive quice access to vaccines
    • visitors are welcome
    • tours are available to potential residents & families
    • strict safety policies remain in place
  • safe socialization/activities for residents

 

Why choose StoneBridge Pocahontas?

 

Assisted Living Care

Our Assisted Living residents enjoy all-inclusive, maintenance-free living in beautiful private apartments that provide the independence they desire with the security of available 24-hour professional care.

StoneBridge Pocahontas is certified as a Level II assisted living facility, which means our Residents will receive supportive health and social services as needed.

Exceptional Amenities

At StoneBridge Pocahontas, our residents and families receive thoughtful attention from our professional, dedicated staff.

Our extensive range of personalized services includes help with bathing, medication assistance, transportation to medical appointments, in-house physical therapy and more.

 

About Pocahontas, AR

We love our community and are honored to serve the Pocahontas, Arkansas, area. If you’re not familiar with Pocahontas, here’s a little more information about our town:

Location: approximately 20 miles south of the Missouri border

Population: 6,459

Highlights and Attractions:

  • “Alien Rock” – inside the newly restored 1872 Victorian Italianate county courthouse
    • The townspeople (and the sign in front of the rock) claim that it fell from space in the summer of 1859 and landed just north of the town. Forty years later, the town’s stationmaster, A.H. Keith, found it and put it in his front yard where it stayed until his family donated it to the local government in 1986 to commemorate the town’s 150th anniversary. Although scientists have proven that the rock is not from space, the town continues to display it and the plaque.
  • Davidson Historic State Park 
  • Randolph County Heritage Museum 
  • Eddie Mae Herron Center 
  • Rice-Upshaw Historic Site 
  • Guitar Walk
  • Five Randolph County rivers and a lake – great for boating and fishing