Sacramento Assisted Living

There are 33 Assisted Living Facilities in Sacramento, CA and 30 Assisted Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in Sacramento, CA is $3,350 per month.

Average Cost: $4,500

Sacramento Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Sacramento for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,350/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Sacramento Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Carlton Senior Living Sacramento $3,095/month
Sunrise of Sacramento $6,190/month
Chateau on Capitol Avenue $2,728/month
Carlton Senior Living Sacramento Enhanced $6,000/month
Villa Natomas $3,200/month
The WaterLeaf At Land Park $3,500/month
Nazareth Park Place $1,850/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Eskaton Lodge Gold River Gold River $4,705/month
Eskaton Lodge Granite Bay Granite Bay $3,300/month
Sunrise of Fair Oaks CA Fair Oaks $5,890/month
Sagebrook Senior Living at Carmichael Carmichael $3,150/month
The Terraces of Roseville Roseville $2,420/month
Atria Rocklin Rocklin $4,130/month
Atria El Camino Gardens Carmichael $6,087/month
Palm Gardens Woodland $1,850/month
Atria Covell Gardens Davis $3,585/month
Sun Oak Assisted Living and Memory Care Citrus Heights $2,795/month
Eskaton FountainWood Lodge Orangevale $3,337/month
The Commons at Elk Grove Elk Grove $3,400/month
The Californian Woodland $1,900/month
Carlton Senior Living Elk Grove Elk Grove $3,095/month
Eskaton Village Roseville Roseville $3,693/month
Atria Carmichael Oaks Carmichael $2,755/month
Carlton Senior Living Davis Davis $3,095/month
The Pines, A Merrill Gardens Community Rocklin $3,700/month
Oakmont of Carmichael Carmichael $3,795/month
Ohana Hospitality Rancho Cordova $3,000/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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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Sacramento

Sacramento, CaliforniaSacramento, the “Camellia Capital of the World,” is a city known for its tree-lined streets and year-round blooming flowers. It is the capital of California, and the site of the historic Gold Rush. Sacramento’s mild climate, cool summer breezes and rainy winters are ideal for crops, and perfect for continuing a comfortable daily lifestyle especially for seniors seeking long-term options in assisted living. Seniors who choose assisted living in Sacramento find the city quite livable, due to its fast economic growth and comparatively low cost of living.

Sacramento Recreation

Residents of assisted living in Sacramento surely appreciate the way the city has preserved its oldest shopping center, Town and Country Village. Built in 1946, the village contains at least 55 shops. For a wider range of amusement, one can visit Arden Fair which houses a cinema and foodcourt in addition to more than 150 shops and restaurants. Seniors will be quite entertained reliving the days of the California Gold Rush in the Old Sacramento Historic Area, a 28-acre National Historic Landmark complete with horse-drawn carriages and cobblestone streets. The museums, shops and restaurants all retain their historical mystique. The Sacramento Waterfront extends touring services and rides in their nineteenth-century boats.

Sacramento Activities

Sacramento is also known as “River City” and offers many forms of water sports. Every July there is the two-day Bridge-to-Bridge Waterfront Festival, where boat races, boating exhibitors and wakeboard demonstrations are featured. Seniors enjoying assisted living in Sacramento look forward to fishing, as all the waters in the area are abundant with fish, especially king salmon. Elderly residents will enjoy the numerous activities granted by the Cordova Recreation and Park District, from computer learning to line dancing and tai chi. The E. M. Hart Senior Center welcomes seniors looking to foster new relationships or strengthen old ones at its Friendship Café, aside from its other privileges.

istock_000006101165xsmallSacramento Medical Facilities

Some of the country’s world-class hospitals can be found right in the heart of Sacramento. The University of California at Davis Medical Center is a highly distinguished research hospital and Level I trauma center, and has a 613-licensed bed capacity. Residents of assisted living in Sacramento enjoy the genial atmosphere at Sutter Medical Center, a local hospital group composed of Sutter General Hospital, Sutter Memorial Hospital and the Sutter Center for Psychiatry. It is one of the first hospitals on the west coast to utilize advanced technology in monitoring critically ill patients.

Sacramento Transportation

The city has proven to be a truly pleasant place for residents of assisted living in Sacramento, as local law requires all facilities and sidewalks to be wheelchair-friendly. Boat and bus rides are available for folks traveling between Sacramento and San Francisco. The Sacramento Regional Transit Company handles more than 80 bus routes, and owns the electrically powered light rail system that provides access from the suburbs to downtown. As an added bonus, the bus and rail systems have been made conveniently accessible to its physically-challenged and elderly citizens.

Cost of Assisted Living in Sacramento

The median cost for a private, one-bedroom assisted living apartment in Sacramento is $3,500 per month or $42,000 per year,* which is the same as the average cost of assisted living in all of California. However, seniors who choose assisted living in Sacramento may pay as little $1,950 per month or as much as $6,095 depending on the size, quality and location of the facility.

Find Assisted Living in Sacramento

Being the generous and upbeat city that it is, Sacramento will definitely be the best choice anyone could make for a loved one. Please visit our Sacramento Assisted Living page to find an assisted living community today.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
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