Update on COVID-19:
Required by Presidential Declaration, we are restricting in-person visitation of all visitors and non-essential health care personnel starting today.
We understand how difficult this is for many of you and we're doing everything we can to help you stay connected with your loved ones. We've equipped ourselves with the technology so you can visit with residents through video. Call us anytime and we'll set it up.
Thank you for your understanding and support as we do everything possible to protect our residents and community from the spread of COVID-19.
*There will be visitation exceptions for certain compassionate care situations, such as an end-of-life situation.*
Welcome to Centralia Senior Living
Cooks Hill Manor is known for its small-town, country feel and great customer service. Because we are a relatively small Community, we get to know our Residents well, and they become like family to us. We take pride in the care and service we provide to our Residents and their families, and are committed to providing a supportive community atmosphere that is more than a place to live—it’s home.
Senior Living in Centralia
Cooks Hill Manor is involved in the local community and many of our Resident activities have been featured in the local newspaper. We are proud of our involvement and the spirit our Residents have for staying active and involved. Our great location, nestled in a quiet neighborhood with easy access off Interstate 5 (I-5), makes our Community an excellent choice for families who are seeking an easy stop to visit loved ones.
We are located on Cooks Hill Road directly across the street from Providence Centralia Hospital, Radiance Cancer Care and next door to physical therapy and rehabilitation services, as well as many other medical offices. We are a short distance from I-5, the Centralia Outlets, Lucky Eagle Casino and Walmart. In addition, we offer routine visits to the nearby senior center and other local attractions such as the annual Chehalis Garlic Fest and Craft Show, and Southwest Washington Fair.