San Mateo Assisted Living
There are 13 Assisted Living Facilities in San Mateo, CA and 30 Assisted Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in San Mateo, CA is $4,500 per month.
Average Cost: $4,500
Sunrise of San Mateo offers a homelike environment for assisted living and Alzheimer's care. Located just minutes from downtown, it's close to restaurants, shopping and churches.
An inviting assisted living and memory care community only 20 minutes from San Francisco, Atria Hillsdale offers convenient access to a variety of local amenities and services.
New Life Residence, one of the region’s top care homes, offers excellent assistance for seniors who need it while also giving each resident the lifestyle he or she desires.
Heritage Place, one of the region’s top care homes, offers excellent assistance for seniors who need it while also giving each resident the lifestyle he or she desires.
Pacific Care Home 2, one of the region’s top care homes, offers excellent assistance for seniors who need it while also giving each resident the lifestyle he or she desires.
Heritage Home is an inviting home offering a selection of amenities and supportive services for San Mateo seniors to consider.
A provider of supportive living options, Park Avenue Care Home offers services and amenities San Mateo seniors seeking an inviting environment.
Welcome to Holland House. Our staff all go through training regarding dementia, hospice and other areas of need that our residents may encounter. ...
Pacific Care Home II located in San Mateo, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
A provider of supportive living options, Heritage Park offers services and amenities San Mateo seniors seeking an inviting environment.
Portola Place is an assisted living facility that is located in beautiful San Mateo CA. Our facility is small and is located in a beautiful home on...
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San Mateo Assisted Living Facility Costs
The median cost of Assisted Living in San Mateo for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,500/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Cost of San Mateo Assisted Living Facilities
|New Life Residence||$4,500/month|
|Pacific Care Home I||$5,500/month|
|Park Avenue Care Home||$3,000/month|
|Pacific Care Home II||$5,500/month|
|Portola Place #2||$6,000/month|
Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities
|Marymount Greenhills Retirement Center||Millbrae||$2,500/month|
|Voralto at Belmont||Belmont||$4,550/month|
|Spice of Life||Redwood City||$3,000/month|
|Heirloom Gardens of Burlingame||Burlingame||$3,500/month|
|Crystal Springs Care Home||San Bruno||$3,000/month|
|Nobis Care Homes V||San Bruno||$3,500/month|
|CLM Care Home||Redwood City||$3,000/month|
|Palm Villas of Redwood City||Redwood City||$6,400/month|
|AM Residential Care Home||Burlingame||$4,000/month|
|Britannia Place||Redwood City||$3,500/month|
|Britannia House||Redwood City||$3,500/month|
|Golden Manor of San Bruno||San Bruno||$5,000/month|
|Access Care Center||San Bruno||$3,800/month|
|Nobis Care Homes IV||San Bruno||$3,500/month|
|Elizabeth Care Home||South San Francisco||$3,300/month|
|Family Affair Care Home||South San Francisco||$3,000/month|
|Pacific - St. Cloud||San Bruno||$4,000/month|
|Gonzales Home II||San Bruno||$4,000/month|
|Nobis Care Homes II||South San Francisco||$3,500/month|
|Nobis Care Homes III||San Bruno||$3,500/month|
|Golden Age Inc||Millbrae||$4,000/month|
Reviews of San Mateo Assisted Living Facilities
A happy and friendly community. Residents seem active and engaged. Families we have moved into the community remain very happy with their choice. The memory floor is outstanding with wonderful, caring professionals overseeing the care of the residents living there.Read more Sunrise of San Mateo reviews
When we went to visit Atria Hillsdale, the place was livelier compared to the other place we’ve been to. When we got there, they were doing activities. It felt like it was a more social place. The residents were ambulatory. It's not posh and a little dated, but it’s still very nice. The director was very nice to us.Read more Atria Hillsdale reviews
Atria Hillsdale was not a real good place for my mother because she is visually impaired and the hallways were not very bright. She is also using a walker and a wheelchair and will not be able to navigate herself around that place. It would be a fine facility for someone who is not as impaired as my mom...Read more Atria Hillsdale reviews
The overall experience with Atria Hillsdale wasn’t good. It’s in an area with a lot of traffic and hard to get into. The parking is terrible. The place is old, and the room had an old heating unit in it where you had to have a maintenance guy come in to turn the heat down. I said, "No, I don’t need this place...Read more Atria Hillsdale reviews
My father-in-law is in Atria Hillsdale. It’s not overly large and seems to have the right amount of friendly staff to the right amount of people. There isn't much to the grounds, but my father-in-law has to be in a lockdown facility. The food is pretty good. The neighborhood is fine...Read more Atria Hillsdale reviews
Atria Hillsdale seemed nice. The guy who was trying to get my dad in there was very attentive. When I walked in the facility, it was clean and nice. They had two big dining areas. I liked them enough to take my dad there.Read more Atria Hillsdale reviews