Chattahoochee welcomes new assisted living facility

A new assisted living facility opened this past week in Chattahoochee, and local business leaders hosted a ribbon cutting and open house to commemorate the event.

“AngelCare With A Vision” assisted living operates in three buildings on five acres and is located at 3577 Flat Creek Road. The facility, owned by Tammy Ceasor, has five employees and can board six clients. AngelCare officials say their business “provides the services its residents need, while allowing them to remain close to home in the beautiful rural setting of Chattahoochee.”

“I am thrilled to be opening this new facility in Chattahoochee,” Ceasor said. “I am very thankful for all the help I received from the [Gadsden County Development Council], Apalachee Regional Planning Council, [Gadsden Technical Institute], and Life Changing Faith Church. I am appreciative of the warm welcå to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.” 

The Apalachee Regional Planning Council provided a working capital loan to AngelCare through its Revolving Loan Fund, which is financed by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration. The Gadsden County Development Council hosted a  holiday reception and open house earlier this week at AngelCare’s facility, and Gadsden Technical Institute (GTI) donated six electric medical beds to AngelCare. 

Gadsden County Commission Chair Anthony Viegbesie said, “Congratulations to Miss Ceasor on the opening of her assisted living facility in Chattahoochee. I am very impressed with her hard work and dedication. Entrepreneurs such as Miss Ceasor are the backbone of our community.” 

City of Chattahoochee officials expressed excitement about welcoming a new business into the local business community. 

“Job creation is a priority for our town,” Chattahoochee Mayor Christopher Moultry said. “I am very happy to welcome AngelCare to Chattahoochee. We are grateful Miss Ceasor chose to locate her facility here. Chattahoochee wishes her a long and prosperous future.” 

Antonio Jefferson, chair of the Gadsden County Development Council, said “The [Gadsden County Development Council] is especially pleased to see a hard-working entrepreneur such as Miss Ceasor open her facility in Chattahoochee.”

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