Colorado Springs Assisted Living

There are 51 Assisted Living Facilities in Colorado Springs, CO and 0 Assisted Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in Colorado Springs, CO is $4,538 per month.

Average Cost: $4,538

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    Liberty Heights

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    Review by Tracy S. Aug 17th, 2013
    Family or friend of a resident

    My mother just passed away August 11 at Liberty Heights Asst. Living. Mom went on hospice care July 7 and Pikes Peak Hospice along with the staff at Liberty were wonderful. Very kind and compassionate. They have been great for my father and our whole family during this difficult time. From the CNA's to the...

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Information About Assisted Living in Colorado Springs

Information About Assisted Living in Colorado Springs

Beautiful Colorado Springs is surrounded by amazing scenery, rugged hiking trails and a rich history. Founded in 1859 by General William Jackson Palmer, Colorado Springs has been a tourist destination since its discovery. While the breathtaking scenery and mild dry climate drew hoards of travelers and sightseers to the area, the gold found on the slopes of Pikes Peak in the 1890s drew in over 50,000 people to try their luck at striking gold. The beauty of Colorado Springs is so evident Katherine Lee Bates was inspired to write “America the Beautiful” during her time here.

Local Hospitals in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs Mass Transit

  • Mountain Metro Transit
    This is the primary form of mass transit available in Colorado Springs. It has routes within the city limits as well as Manitou Springs, Chapel Hills Mall, Paterson Air Force Base and the Widefield Area.
  • Mountain Metro Mobility
    This is a form of mass transit specialized for those with disabilities. Mountain Metro Mobility is federally mandated by Americans with Disabilities Act and provides bus transportation on a demand schedule.

Discounts for Seniors in Colorado Springs

  • Ross Clothing Store
    Senors receive 10% off on Tuesdays
  • The Goodwill
    Adults age 55 and older receive 15% off of purchases on Wednesdays
  • Dav Thrift Store
    Adults age 55 and older receive 50% off of purchases on Tuesdays
  • Chapel Hills Mall Theater
    Provides a matinee price for seniors 55 and older who are attending an evening show.
  • Albertsons Grocery Store
    Adults age 55 and older receive 10% off purchases on the first Wednesday of every month

Colorado Springs Senior Centers

Colorado Springs Senior Services

  • Care and Share
  • This is a Southern Colorado-based food bank that operates out of Colorado Springs.
    2605 Preamble Point, Colorado Springs, CO 80915
    (719) 528-1247
  • Silver Key Senior Services
    Silver Key is a Colorado Assisted Living program that provides seniors with an assisted living type of care to ensure they can continue living at home.
    2250 Bott Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904
    (719) 884-2300

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Colorado Springs, CO Assisted Living Costs

Colorado Springs, CO Assisted Living Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Colorado Springs is $4,538 per month. Assisted Living costs range from $2,500 to $5,750 depending on location and other factors.

Cost of Assisted Living Facilities near Colorado Springs, CO

City Minimum Maximum Median
Denver, CO$2,038$6,293$3,450
Colorado Springs, CO$2,500$5,750$4,538
Aurora, CO$2,038$6,293$3,450
Fort Collins, CO$2,000$6,000$4,345
Pueblo, CO$2,130$4,270$2,895
Boulder, CO$2,100$5,750$3,720
Greeley, CO$2,500$5,750$3,450
Loveland, CO$2,000$6,000$4,345
Broomfield, CO$2,038$6,293$3,450
Source: Genworth - 2013

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Cost of Assisted Living in Colorado

The cost of assisted living in Colorado may fluctuate depending on whether or not the facility is licensed as an assisted living residence or an alternative care facility. Stays at assisted living residences are paid for privately by the resident or a family member.

However, an alternative care facility will accept a Medicaid home and community-based services waiver to help pay for care. In order to qualify for this option, adults must meet the program’s medical and financial criteria. The resident’s income must be less than $1,986 per month with countable resources equaling no more than $2,000 for a single person or $3,000 for a couple. Finally, applicants must be in need of and willing to receive services and assistance from assisted living facilities in Colorado.