Compton Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Map of Compton Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Compton

Compton is known as the "Hub City" because of its geographical position in the center of Los Angeles County. This warm California city of nearly 100,000 citizens is known for having great weather and international trade opportunities. The city of Compton once had a reputation for gang violence, but there has been a drastic reduction in the area's crime rate. Compton is very proud of its involved and dedicated community members, who are helping the city achieve its goal of continued development and improvement. A great place for assisted living, Comptonis one of Southern California's most vibrant and affordable cities.

Compton Activities

Compton's local State Historic Landmark, The Heritage House, was built in 1869 and restored as a tribute to early settlers. Looking to the future, residents will enjoy visiting the fun and interactive exhibits at Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum. The magnificent Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial sculpture can be viewed in the outside plaza when attending events at the Compton Civic Center. While residents of assisted living in Compton often participate in activities provided by their own communities, the Dollarhide Senior Center also operates an 'intergenerational program' along with the usual classes, clubs and dances.

Compton Medical Facilities

The city is surrounded by quality healthcare facilities in every direction offering residents of assisted living in Compton easy access to high quality medical care. Long Beach Memorial Medical Center has received awards in breast cancer treatment and cardiovascular surgery. St. Francis Medical Center offers patients ages 55 and older free membership to their Senior Circle with its many benefits, including free parking, transportation to appointments and senior social events.

Compton Transportation

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority buses serve the city of Compton. Metro's Blue Line light rail connects the city to downtown Los Angeles and Long Beach. Access Services provides curb-to-curb paratransit services to communities of assisted living in Compton, and the Dollarhide Center also operates a more localized Dial-A-Ride option. In addition, taxi vouchers are available to citizens age 55 and older.

Cost of Assisted Living in Compton

While the cost of assisted living in Compton will vary depending on the size and location of the facility, the median cost of assisted living in Los Angeles County is $3,600/month or $43,200/year.*

Find Assisted Living in Compton

Compton is a well-positioned city that is dedicated to continuous improvement of the safety and lifestyle of its citizens. To learn more about area housing opportunities for your senior loved one, please visit our Compton Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff.
*Genworth Financial 2012 Cost of Care Survey.
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