Riverside Assisted Living

There are 19 Assisted Living Facilities in Riverside, CA and 30 Assisted Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in Riverside, CA is $3,250 per month.

Average Cost: $4,500

Riverside Assisted Living Facility Costs

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

Cost of Riverside Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Sunrise at Canyon Crest $4,660/month
The Grove Care and Wellness $1,650/month
Raincross at Riverside $3,000/month
Welbrook Senior Living, Arlington $2,200/month
Pacifica Senior Living Riverside $3,300/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Sunrise at Alta Loma Rancho Cucamonga $4,780/month
Claremont Place Claremont $3,395/month
Mission Commons Redlands $2,599/month
Montclair Royale Montclair $1,500/month
Pacifica Senior Living Chino Hills Chino Hills $2,600/month
Oakmont of Chino Hills Chino Hills $3,395/month
Pacifica Hillsborough Chino $2,250/month
Brightwater Senior Living of Highland Highland $3,470/month
Oakmont of San Antonio Heights Upland $4,000/month
Linda Valley Assisted Living Loma Linda $2,495/month
Estancia Del Sol Corona $2,900/month
Integrated Care Communities - B2 Moreno Valley $2,300/month
Integrated Care Communities - A2 Moreno Valley $2,300/month
Renaissance Village Rancho Belago Rancho Belago $2,795/month
Sunny Rose Glen Sun City $3,500/month
Pico De Loro Perris $2,195/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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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Riverside

The city of Riverside upholds its commitment to preserving the area's Spanish heritage and past glory as the birthplace of Southern California's lucrative citrus fruit industry. One of the original Brazilian navel trees that first produced fruit for the region still stands in a prominent place of honor. This vibrant city of just over 300,000 citizens will continue to flourish in years to come thanks to the "Riverside Renaissance" improvement program, an ambitious investment in Riverside's future security. Bright sunshine and a strong sense of community make assisted living in Riverside an ideal option for a happy retirement.

Riverside Recreation

California Citrus State Park offers an educational outdoor experience where residents of assisted living in Riverside can learn more about the role of fruit in California's history and development. The University of California Riverside Botanic Gardens are also an excellent option for a relaxing walk through nature. Shoppers will enjoy strolling down tree-lined Main Street with its unique stores and weekly Farmer's Market. Other prime retail outlets include Canyon Crest Town Centre and Riverside Plaza.

Riverside Activities

Riverside residents have the unique opportunity to explore the history of their hometown at the Mission Inn Museum, a part of a local historical landmark, arts center and hotel. Locals can also attended the latest concert or Broadway show at the newly renovated Fox Performing Arts Center or enjoy the music of the Riverside County Philharmonic. While many communities of assisted living in Riverside provide their own schedule of fun activities, seniors may also head to one of the many senior centers in the area, including the Janet Goeske Center, which offers a wide range of programs for seniors such as legal services, classes, workshops and social events.

Riverside Medical Facilities

It’s hard to enjoy all the city has to offer when you are not feeling your best, which is why seniors who choose assisted living in Riverside are fortunate to have access to several high-quality medical facilities nearby. Riverside Community Hospital has a state-of-the-art, accredited cancer center and their specialized HeartCare Institute is dedicated to effectively treating and combating heart disease. Nearby Parkview Community Hospital specializes in orthopedics and joint replacement.

Riverside Transportation

The Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) provides bus service all over the city. Passes are sold to residents of assisted living in Riverside and other seniors at a steep discount. RTA's Dial-A-Ride service is designed to fulfill the transportation needs of eligible riders who are unable to used fixed routes. In addition, there is a special transportation service available to Riverside citizens age 60 or older which provides pre-arranged, door-to-door van service to destinations within the city limits. Riverside is also home to two Metrolink commuter rail stations, Downtown and La Sierra, which connect riders to communities in the greater Southern California area.

Cost of Assisted Living in Riverside

Riverside provides one of the most economical options for assisted living. Depending on the facility, monthly costs for a private, one-bedroom assisted living unit can cost as little as $1,250 or as much as $5,655. The median cost for such housing is $3,175.* Seniors considering assisted living in Riverside should plan to spend about $38,100 per year.

Find Assisted Living in Riverside

The city of Riverside is a prime example of small-town charm blended with the innovation of a growing metropolitan area. To browse assisted living communities in the area, visit our Riverside Assisted Living page.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
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