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Morningside of Raleigh

801 Dixie Trail

Raleigh, NC, 27607

(919) 828-5557

Morningside of Raleigh

Morningside of Raleigh

Assisted Living ★ Memory Care – Alzheimer’s / Dementia★

Respite Care and Short Term Stays

Morningside of RaleighMorningside of Raleigh


Morningside is more than a place to live; it is a place for living. Our compassionate staff provides a full complement of services to support and encourage your lifestyle with independence and dignity. We offer a traditionally supported living for seniors who have more preference for a residential setting, but assistance is required with activities of daily living, including the administration of medication. If memory support is required, our award-winning Montessori-based Bridge to Rediscovery program is readily available for residents with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias.

Morningside is a warm and highly placed senior living community with convenient, contemporary décor, home-like ambiance, and plenty of southern hospitality. Our experienced team of therapists which specialize in the rehabilitation and fitness for seniors. Morningside has a unique attitude of caring for the entirety of each, offering a variety of social and recreational programs designed to find the equilibrium point between the spiritual, physical, social, emotional, and intellectual aspects of life.


It is located in North Carolina’s state capital and nestled inside Raleigh’s beltline, our present senior community at University Park is a designated place rich with history and natural beauty. Around us are a wonderful network of natural areas, greenways, wildlife habitats, stream bottoms, and both private and public gardens. University Park is an urban neighborhood with engaging and dynamic neighbors. It comprises of Cameron Village (home to some of the finest shopping and eateries in Raleigh) to the east, NC State University and some other historic state government structures to the south, Meredith College, and state-of-the-art Rex Hospital and ancient residential communities to the north and State Fair Grounds to the west.