Residents say they were questioned by DHH about living conditions and the facility's food. Shortly after being questioned they learned the facility was to be shut down because the power bill wasn't paid.
Starley Beard placed her father in the assisted living center nearly two years ago, and she is shocked by the sudden change.
"It just all come on us at once. What do you do? Its like being thrown out into the streets, says Beard.
DHH officials are locating places for the residents to go. Options given to the residents were other nursing homes and assisted living facilities, the Salvation Army, or they could wait for police. Everyone had less than a day to relocate and had to be out by Friday afternoon.