About Bountiful's Welcome Home Assisted Living

Bountiful Utah Assisted Living is a Level 2 facility located in Davis County. We are across the street from Lakeview Hospital and within a 1/2 block of several dentists, chiropractors, hospice and homecare, podiatrists, and other medical professionals. Close to Salt Lake City, the Salt Lake Airport, and only 5 minutes from the freeway. Providing home cooked meals, church services, daily entertainment, and private rooms. Activities include games, bingo, piano and singing, movie nights, holiday celebrations, and outings to the Bountiful temple. We have a 24/7 emergency call system that gives you peace of mind. Reserved private apartments complete with a full bathroom, kitchenette, and maintenance services. Housekeeping and laundry services. Cable TV, phones in every room, 24 hr staff, Incontinent care, medication management and assistance, and more.

If you’ve been searching the Bountiful region for assisted living homes, choose a trusted provider. At Welcome Home Assisted Living, our facilities offer all the comforts of home while furnishing a level of supervision and care that’s sure to provide peace of mind for our patients and their extended families. Welcome Home Assisted Living’s mission is to provide personalized, high-quality care on an as-needed basis.  We have created a practice that we believe in and choose for our own family members.​

We've been there. We understand.

Everything we do is driven by our universal mission: to enhance the lives of aging adults and their families.


My mom is at Welcome Home, and we are very happy. They have been wonderful. Everything from the staff, service, to the food is great. It’s also a comfortable place.
My mother has used Welcome Home. That has been my favorite place of all. It is a small 2-building facility. I love the staff -- especially the administrator -- and they have a chef that cooks the meal. My mother loves the food. She raves about it. Even in her memory loss stage, she doesn’t hesitate to go there. I have used them for respite a few times in the past, and that’s my favorite place. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have skilled nursing, so I can’t take my mother for hospice. I always see them doing crafts and puzzles, and they have people come in and singing with them. I have been impressed with their activities and just with the whole facility.