Assisted Living

117 North Road
Brentwood, NH 03833

Welcome to the Ernest P. Barka Assisted Living Community at Rockingham County, in Brentwood, NH. The community provides an independent living option for county residents in need of a level of care beyond what can be at their home, yet not as intensive as nursing home care.

The Assisted Living Community is part of the Rockingham County Long Term Care Services, offering a history of caring, and a depth of professionalism and experience that distinguishes our assisted living community from many others.

Residents can read in the library, meet with friends and family in the well-appointed common dining or living areas, or just relax in their rooms and watch television or tap into the Internet.  Residents can make use of our beautiful grounds or join others for recreational and community programs both at home and in the area.

In addition to the three meals a day that are provided, there is also a common kitchen available for residents who like to prepare snacks or meals themselves or with others. Our non-smoking facility also offers elevators and on-site parking, all located on the picturesque grounds of the campus in Brentwood, NH.

Services and Amenities

Private and semi-private rooms; some available for couples

24 hour medical assistance

3 meals a day served in the community dining room

Common kitchen area for cooking

4 season atrium

Laundry and housekeeping

On-site parking

Library & Study

Non-smoking facility

Additional facilities and services offered at the adjacent Rockingham County Rehabilitation and Nursing Center.

For the Ernest P. Barka Assisted Living admissions packet and contact information, please visit our Admissions page.

We welcome volunteers to fill a variety of roles that enrich the lives of our residents. Volunteers must be 16 or over and consent to a background check. Please download our volunteer application packet to get started.

Dedication to Ernest P. Barka

Ernest P. Barka served a lifetime of community service from School Board to State Representative, and County Commissioner. His civic passion was unequaled. In 2002, the Rockingham County Board of Commissioners honored Commissioner Barka’s continuing life of public service by naming the assisted living facility in his honor. The facility dedication ceremony was conducted on February 15, 2003.

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