Stockton Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Stockton Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Stockton for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,905/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Stockton Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Rio Las Palmas $2,375/month
Oakmont of Stockton $3,585/month
The Commons on Thornton $2,995/month
Elekarim's Residential Care Home - Stockton, CA $2,000/month
Camlu Assisted Living $1,424/month
J & M Care Home $1,800/month
Lincoln Manor $3,500/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Prestige Senior Living at Manteca Manteca $2,450/month
Stratford at Beyer Park Modesto $3,950/month
Westmont of Brentwood Brentwood $3,990/month
Summit Peaks Care Home Brentwood $3,000/month
Laguna Woods Elk Grove $3,800/month
Ashley Place Lodi $2,299/month
Hospitality House Salida $3,200/month
Faundo's Guest Home Elk Grove $3,000/month
The Meadows Guest Home Elk Grove $3,000/month
The Haven Modesto $1,500/month
Kind Care Home Modesto $2,900/month
Summit Peaks Care Home II Brentwood $3,500/month
The Becker Court Home Modesto $5,000/month
Beta Care Home Modesto $5,000/month
Dutchollow Suites I Modesto $1,750/month
Royal Home Care Modesto $2,500/month
Camelot Care Home 3 Elk Grove $3,500/month
Palm Valley Care Home Vi Elk Grove $3,000/month
Palm Valley Care Home I Elk Grove $3,000/month
Palm Valley Care Home II Elk Grove $3,000/month
Angelic Eldercare Elk Grove $3,000/month
Comforts of Home - Elk Grove Elk Grove $3,800/month
Harmony Care Home Memory Care Antioch $4,000/month
Golden Valley Residential Care Tracy $3,000/month
Dutchollow Suites II Modesto $1,250/month
Astoria Senior Living – Tracy Tracy $4,720/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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Reviews of Stockton Assisted Living Facilities

Rio Las Palmas

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Rio Las Palmas was very good. My mother said that they were attentive, and when she needed something, they were right there. They came once a week to clean the apartment and take her down to breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Her room was very nice...

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Rio Las Palmas

Review by Will

Consumer

I really liked Rio Las Palmas. I thought that it was a really good value for the money. I looked at a junior studio and a 1-bedroom unit, and I thought that the 1-bedroom was quite spacious. The dining room was very nice, and the lobby was very nice, too...

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Rio Las Palmas

Review by Darlene

Consumer

Rio Las Palmas seemed very nice and clean. From all that I could see, it looked like a very nice place. The staff members all seemed very nice. They were very welcoming and very informative. It was a good visit. There were activities posted...

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O'Connor Woods

Review by Whitney

Consumer

My grandparent has been in both independent living and assisted . The actual grounds and amenities are visually beautiful . The management is cold , dull and non responsive to problems that arise recarding the welfare for their clients . ...

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Map of Stockton Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Stockton

Stockton, CaliforniaStockton is one of the largest cities in the Central Valley, and the county seat of San Joaquin County. This former gold mining town enjoys traditional California summers, yet cools down during the winter months. Stockton residents can expect a lower cost of living as compared to other large cities in the state. While still peaceful and out-of-the-way, Stockton is well-connected to the rest of California by extensive highway systems. Assisted living in Stockton is a great way for seniors to enjoy a California climate without the bustle of big city tourism.

Stockton Recreation

Active residents of assisted living in Stockton can experience a taste of nature while spending the day on the banks of Stockton's popular Lake McLeod, the city's link to the 1,000 miles of navigable waterways which span across the California Delta. Enthusiasts of healthful eating will be delighted by Stockton's annual Asparagus Festival, one of San Joaquin county's biggest spring events.

Stockton Activities

Stockton seniors are provided with an abundance of services and activities through the city's four senior centers. Seniors can take classes, travel and socialize with other Everett Assisted Living Residentseniors at the Arnold Rue Center, the Oak Park Senior Center, the Stribley Center and at the soon-to-open Van Buskirk Center. The Stockton Arena is the area's top venue for sporting events and big-name performers, but seniors enjoying assisted living in Stockton can also view concerts, Broadway musicals and even classic movies at the Bob Hope Theatre or the Stockton Civic Center.

Stockton Medical Facilities

There are two major San Joaquin County medical facilities easily accessible from communities of assisted living in Stockton. The non-profit, state-of-the-art Dameron Hospital exists solely to serve the healthcare needs of the community. San Joaquin General Hospital operates a string of specialty clinics to provide all types of medical assistance. In addition, Stockton is home to St. Joseph's Medical Center,  which employs specialists in cardiovascular and cancer care.

Stockton Transportation

Residents of assisted living in Stockton can travel beyond the city by land or by sea from the Port of Stockton or the Stockton Metropolitan Airport. For more localized trips, seniors receive discounted rates when riding buses operated by the San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD). The Metro Hopper is designed to deviate from its normal route to serve the needs of ADA certified riders. The company also offers Dial-A-Ride services for residents who cannot otherwise be accommodated. The Altamont Commuter Express train (ACE) is ideal transportation for longer trips or weekend getaways.

Cost of Assisted Living in Stockton

Costs for assisted living in Stockton range from a low of $2,395 a month to a high of $5,463. The median cost for a private, one-bedroom assisted living apartment in Stockton is $3,390,* slightly above the average for California. Stockton seniors should expect to pay an average of $40,680 per year on assisted living care.

Find Assisted Living in Stockton

The dynamic city of Stockton is close to everything, yet far enough out-of-the-way to offer your senior loved one peace and tranquility in a beautiful Northern California setting. Find assisted living for your loved on by browsing our Stockton Assisted Living page.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
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