About Us

What makes a home a home and a community truly a community? At the Retreat at Church Ranch, it’s about loving and serving each other. The heart of our community is kept alive with continuous doses of kindness, patience, inspiration, and a deep recognition of our shared lives. We work hard to maintain a fun, uplifting, and positive environment that feels happy and healthy. We're a mature model in that we have continuously improved our delivery of high-quality care for over a quarter-century. We are family-owned by a couple that includes Robin, a Gerontologist, and Cindy, a 25-year assisted living professional who have worked side by side
designing, building, and operating award-winning communities. Our talented and dedicated key staff have been with us for many years. We pride ourselves on being the very best.

Located in the Denver-Boulder corridor, we provide convenient and easy access for family visits, as well as access for our residents to all the amenities the front range of the Rockies offers. Our apartments come in various sizes and floor plans, anywhere from a studio to a two-bedroom, with affordable pricing. In order to allow our residents to age in place, we offer various levels of care. There are no extra "surprise" charges. We're very proud to have attracted talented musicians, artists, and the parents of health care professionals over the years. The Retreat at Church Ranch is vibrant and alive!


Staff provides continuous protective care based on a personalized Care Plan that can assist with medication administration, bathing, personal appearance, and dressing for the day. Housekeeping and laundry are provided weekly. Three delicious meals, made from whole foods and not from a box or can, are served daily along with snacks throughout the day. Free TV subscription with all your favorite channels and internet is provided in all apartments. Our activities are both recreational and therapeutic. We understand that everyone has physical, spiritual, and social needs to truly flourish and feel fulfilled. Growing old should not mean not growing.

Higher levels of care are available for residents with more challenging needs. Increased support with problems relating to dementia or emotional support is skillfully offered. The transition from a home of many years to a new home is often met with some resistance and fear. We understand that and are very skillful in making this transition as easy and problem-free as possible. We led the efforts to coordinate medical care within the community and offer rounding services to your apartment from physicians, nurses, and a full range of therapists including psychological services and hospice when necessary.