Napa Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Napa Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Napa for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,000/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Napa Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
AlmaVia of San Rafael San Rafael $4,995/month
Carlton Senior Living Pleasant Hill Pleasant Hill $3,595/month
Carlton Senior Living Downtown Pleasant Hill Pleasant Hill $3,095/month
Springfield Place Petaluma $3,960/month
Paramount House Senior Living Vacaville $3,000/month
Pinole Senior Village Adult Day Care Pinole $3,670/month
Montecito Concord $4,195/month
Oakmont Gardens Santa Rosa $4,875/month
Harmony Home Care Walnut Creek $3,500/month
Walnut Creek Willows Walnut Creek $3,600/month
Berkeley Springs Manor Berkeley $3,000/month
Oakmont of Concord Concord $6,595/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by 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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Map of Napa Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Napa

Napa, CaliforniaThe Napa name has become synonymous with the wine produced from the many fertile grape orchards in the world-famous Napa Valley. Home to just under 130,000 residents, the city is the county seat of Napa County. Once best known for being the location of a prune processing plant and tanning factory, Napa has transformed itself into a luxury vacation spot complete with stunning Victorian homes, a low crime rate and vibrant downtown community. Residents of assisted living in Napa will enjoy their golden years in this scenic valley town sampling some of the best food, wine and activities in Northern California.

Napa Recreation

Residents of assisted living in Napa are bound to enjoy the Historic Napa Mill, which features numerous award-winning restaurants and retail shops, and the acclaimed Mosaic Fountain. It is anchored to the world-class Historic Napa River Inn, which displays the city's culture through its historic décor. Within the compound lies the Riverbend Performance Plaza that provides the perfect venue for various art, theater, food, wine and music festivals. Parks in and around the city are an ideal setting for walks, hikes and picnics. The Napa Valley Opera House, constructed in 1879, is a national historic landmark that has been maintained and improved throughout the years and succeeds in bringing entertainment of all forms to the Napa community, from theater to music to dance.

Napa Activities

The city's residents are indeed proud of their wines, as seniors who choose assisted living in Napa will discover. The most popular outdoor event is the Chef's Market, already in its 15th year, which highlights chef demonstrations made from the city's fresh produce. The Goodman Library is the oldest library in California still being used for its original purpose, and is home to the Napa County Historical Society, which is dedicated to preserving local culture.

Loads of fun can be found at the Senior Activity Center, which offers creative arts and computer classes as well as hosts several special events such as Lighted Bus Tours during the holidays and the Annual Spring Social.

Assisted LivingNapa Medical Facilities

For medical care, seniors enjoying assisted living in Napa are quite satisfied with the services of the Queen of the Valley Medical Center. Part of the St. Joseph Health System, Queen of the Valley is home to regional treatment centers for cancer and heart conditions. The Kaiser Permanente Napa Medical Offices offers specialized care in adult medicine and is a recognized leader in healthy living. Other hospitals around the area include the nearby Nelson Holderman Hospital in Yountville and the Sonoma Valley Health Care District.

Napa Transportation

The VINE, or Valley Intercity Neighborhood Express, is the primary mode of transportation for residents of assisted living in Napa. It provides a fixed-route bus system that allows for safe and accessible transportation in all areas around the city. Travel into and out of the city is made possible by Amtrak. Their Napa station is wheelchair-accessible and offers calls for taxi service.

Cost of Assisted Living in Napa

Napa’s elderly residents can expect to pay an average of $4,075 per month, or $48,900 per year, for a single-occupancy room* in a Napa assisted living community. On the whole, the cost of assisted living in Napa ranges from $3,050 per month on the low end to $5,000 per month for the most expensive options.

Find Assisted Living in Napa

Seniors will certainly find the contentment and peace that only a Napa atmosphere can bring. Find local assisted living options on our Napa Assisted Living page.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
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