Situated in the Southmoreland neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri, known for its eclectic mix of historical mansions, family homes and post-war brick apartment buildings, Rockhill Manor serves as an assisted living community. The community is for adults of all ages diagnosed with a chronic mental illness or other disability that requires living in a safe and supported community. The luxurious and spacious lobby features a fireplace, grand piano and several sitting areas. A sunroom overlooks a large, handicapped accessible outdoor courtyard lined with lovely magnolia trees, shrubs and flowers. The campus also features a cascading fountain, brick pathways and a pergola with climbing vines. From 1916 to 1972, Rockhill Manor was a luxurious hotel and the accommodations reflect hotel-style living. Rooms feature a bed, dresser, bedside table and chair, with residents encouraged to furnish their rooms with personal belongings and decorate them to their own unique style. Residents are provided with daily living assistance, such as bathing, grooming, dressing, medication assistance and routine nursing care. Laundry and housekeeping services, as well as comprehensive mental health services, are provided. Amenities include three meals a day, a computer lab, banking services, recreational and daily activities, outings to attractions throughout the Kansas City area, and around-the-clock security and protective care. Unique to the community is the Rockhill Academy for Independent Living. It prepares qualifying residents with daily living skills education, rehabilitation counseling, health and symptom management, and self-advocacy training to transition to community apartments or permanent housing with services.