Mesa Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Mesa Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Mesa for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,250/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Mesa Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Citadel Assisted Living $1,395/month
Courtyard Towers $1,950/month
Eden Adult Care Facility, Inc $3,000/month
Grand Court Mesa $1,999/month
Avista Senior Living Historic Downtown Mesa $3,000/month
Doctor’s Choice Assisted Living $2,500/month
Heritage Village Assisted Living $3,900/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Atria Chandler Villas Chandler $2,375/month
Elmcroft of Tempe Tempe $2,970/month
Desert Flower Assisted Living Scottsdale $3,200/month
Mac Home Care Chandler $2,500/month
Scottsdale Village Square Scottsdale $1,950/month
Atria Park of Sierra Pointe Scottsdale $4,760/month
Fountain View Fountain Hills $3,000/month
Sunrise of Chandler Chandler $5,380/month
Sunrise of Gilbert Gilbert $4,190/month
Sunrise of Scottsdale Scottsdale $4,990/month
McDowell Village Scottsdale $3,925/month
The Springs of Scottsdale Scottsdale $2,999/month
Belmont Village Scottsdale Scottsdale $3,885/month
Andara Scottsdale $3,200/month
Avista Senior Living North Mountain Phoenix $2,000/month
Pacifica Senior Living Paradise Valley Phoenix $4,650/month
Olive Grove Assisted Living and Memory Care Phoenix $2,345/month
A Caring Manor I Queen Creek $3,000/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 Mesa Assisted Living Facilities

Citadel Assisted Living

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Citadel has many activities through out the day. Is accommodating to those who are completely homebound and unable to make it to the dining area for their meals. Is convenient to those needing a higher level of care, from independent living, to a skilled nursing facility.

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Courtyard Towers

Review by Local Professional

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This facility is located in downtown Mesa. Nice facility and landscaping. Walking in, facility has an enclosed feeling. Can be somewhat inconvenient for those patients living on the top floors. Residents must use elevators to get the activities offered on various floors.

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Courtyard Towers

Review by Local Professional

Expert

I like that Courtyard Towers used to be a hotel which makes one feel like they are on a permanent vacation. I was very concerned with the staff. I went to visit a friend and it took a caregiver an hour from the time we called to come up and provide care. I was also concerned about the cleanliness of the community...

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Courtyard Towers

Review by Visitor

Consumer

My mom did not like the layout of Courtyard Towers. The cost was also high. The food was really bland because most people there were on a bland diet, so those who do not like bland food would not like it there.

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Cypress Court at Mesa

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Conveniently located close to Banner Baywood Medical Center. Great floor plans. Staff always have a smile on their face. Warm atmosphere.

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Cypress Court at Mesa

Review by Local Professional

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My previous visit to Cypress Court of Mesa did not go well at all, however, I recently visited Cypress Court after quite some time, and I have to say that they have really turned things around and it is now a very nice Assisted Living facility – I really enjoyed my visit...

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Map of Mesa Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Mesa

Enjoying its status as the third-largest city in Arizona, Mesa is occupied by more than 450,000 citizens. With bright sunshine year-round and a lower-than-average national cost of living, it is no wonder why this city is so popular. Although they are surrounded by the Sonoran Desert, residents of assisted living in Mesa enjoy an oasis of parks and greenery, thanks to the irrigation canals dug by the Hohokam people that are still in use today. A suburb only 15 miles outside of Phoenix, Mesa is an ideal community known for its high quality of life.

Mesa Attractions

Assisted living in Mesa is enhanced by such attractions as the Arizona Museum of Natural History, Superstition Farm and Hohokam Stadium, where the Chicago Cubs do their spring training. And there's always an exciting event to attend at the Mesa Amphitheatre. Shopping in Mesa ranges from the modern offerings of Fiesta Mall and Superstition Springs Centerto the more eccentric and nostalgic experience found at JJ's Old West Flea Market and Farmers' Market. Seniors enjoying assisted living in Mesa will find plenty of entertainment and socialization at the city's two senior centers. The larger of the two, Red Mountain Multigenerational Center, encompasses an entire 16 acres. East Valley Adult Resources also offer services, classes and parties galore at their three facilities. Your senior loved one will never be far from a day of fun and adventure in Mesa!

Mesa Medical Facilities

Mountain Vista Medical Center is a full-service hospital committed to providing high quality healthcare services to the greater Phoenix area. Their senior advantage program is ideal for residents of assisted living in Mesa, and the hospital also offers volunteer experiences that allow people of all ages and mobility to lend a helping hand. Desert Samaritan Medical Center and St. Luke's Medical Center are two more area options.

Mesa Transportation

Valley Metro services the city with LINK buses and METRO light rail which connects Mesa to Phoenix and Tempe. The agency offers very affordable reduced rates to seniors 65 and older and provides three additional transportation options for residents of assisted living in Mesa. Through the East Valley RideChoice program, seniors are able to obtain taxi cab coupons, schedule Dial-A-Ride services or have their volunteer drivers reimbursed for their mileage. Also, the Mesa Downtown BUZZ Circular connects residents to shopping, medical centers and other major bus routes at no cost.

Cost of Assisted Living in Mesa

The median annual cost for a private, one-bedroom apartment in a community of assisted living in Mesa is $36,000 or about $3,000 per month.*  This makes Mesa one of the more affordable areas for assisted living in the country. However, assisted living costs in Mesa may vary from a low of $1,500 to a high of $5,930 depending on the location, size, amenities and services provided by the community.

Find Assisted Living in Mesa

Who could resist settling down in a city with more days of annual sunshine than San Diego or Miami Beach? To find out more about senior housing options in this area, visit our Mesa assisted living page.
*Genworth Financial 2013.
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