Huntsville Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Huntsville Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Huntsville for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,513/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Huntsville Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
HarborChase of Huntsville $3,695/month
Elmcroft of Byrd Springs $3,300/month
Redstone Village $4,700/month
Regency Retirement Village - Huntsville $2,620/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Gardens of Madison Hazel Green $2,390/month
Limestone Lodge Athens $2,990/month
Limestone Manor Athens $2,590/month
Columbia Cottage - Hartselle Hartselle $2,533/month
Country Cottage - Decatur Decatur $2,073/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Reviews of Huntsville Assisted Living Facilities

Elmcroft of Byrd Springs

Review by Shawn

Consumer

Elmcroft of Byrd Springs was very nice. They've been very helpful and responsive. The rooms were very nice and a good size with a nice variety to choose from. They had a wide variety of activities. The food was very good, and it was like eating in a restaurant. The staff was excellent, and the facility was beautiful...

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Elmcroft of Byrd Springs

Review by Anna

Consumer

Elmcroft of Byrd Springs was very nice. The staff that assisted me was as nice as could be. They have quite a few activities that people enjoy. They didn't have a pool, but they had a library and an activities room.

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Elmcroft of Byrd Springs

Review by Anna

Consumer

Elmcroft of Byrd Springs was very nice. The staff that assisted me was as nice as could be. They have quite a few activities that people enjoy. They didn't have a pool, but they had a library and an activities room.

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Redstone Village

Review by Susan

Consumer

Redstone was a very nice facility, and it was laid out very well. I saw people playing Bingo and things like that. The rooms were very nice, and the dining room was very upscale. The person that assisted me did an excellent job.

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Map of Huntsville Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Huntsville

Whistle StopThe fourth-largest city in Alabama, Huntsville is the county seat of Madison County. It is sometimes referred to as ‘Rocket City’ because the U.S. Space and Rocket Center makes its home there. Huntsville has a long history going back 200 years and retains much of the charming qualities of a true southern town. Huntsville assisted living residents will have plenty of opportunities to bond with visiting friends and family as they tour several popular attractions in the area. The Alabama Constitution Village is a live history tableau of the early history of America with guides in period costumes conducting tours at scheduled intervals. The Huntsville Museum of Art has 2,300 artworks in its permanent collection and hosts a number of visiting exhibits each year.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Huntsville

CASA (Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound) provides volunteer services for seniors in Huntsville. From transportation assistance to minor home repairs or chores, CASA has caring volunteers who are always ready to lend a helping hand to seniors in need. CASA makes it possible for Huntsville senior residents to age with grace in their own homes. The Area Agency on Aging in Huntsville is represented by TARCOG – Top of Alabama Regional Council of Government. TARCOG is an association composed of the local governments of five counties, namely Madison, DeKalb, Jackson, Limestone and Marshall. It provides a wide range of valuable services to seniors who live in Huntsville assisted living facilities.

Huntsville Senior-Friendly Activities

Assisted living residents in Huntsville, AL The 45,000-square-foot senior center in Brahan Spring Park always has something interesting going on for residents of Huntsville assisted living. The Huntsville-Madison County Senior Center offers group exercises, music classes, computer workshops, creative writing sessions, billiards, card games and so much more. There is even a supervised gym facility at the center with age-appropriate exercise machines and free weights. Relaxing daylong river cruises as well as overnight trips to nearby attractions are also part of their vast number of senior activities.

Huntsville Medical Facilities

The Huntsville Hospital System is a non-profit, public hospital with over 1,800 beds, several Huntsville, Alabama locations and an amazing 12,000 employees. It has the largest emergency and trauma program in the state and is the only level I trauma center in Alabama. The Huntsville Hospital System is also the sole Primary Stroke Center in Madison County. Another excellent hospital facility in Huntsville is the Crestwood Medical Center. It is a full-service acute care hospital with 150 beds and cutting-edge surgical and diagnostic procedures. Staffed by over 1,000 caring and compassionate medical professionals and health specialists, it has provided excellent care to Huntsville assisted living residents since 1965. With two state-of-the-art medical facilities within easy driving distance, it has never been easier to stay healthy in Huntsville. Senior living in Huntsville, Alabama means access to a wide range of excellent medical services and facilities, several interesting attractions and balmy southern weather most of the year. There are many  assisted living options in Huntsville for you to check out. One of them could be just what you have in mind for the beloved senior in your life. Back to Top