Savannah Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Savannah Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Savannah for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,773/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Savannah Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Buckingham South PCH $2,800/month
Habersham House $2,895/month
Marsh View Senior Living $3,100/month
Savannah Square $2,290/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Morningside of Beaufort Beaufort $3,015/month
Bloom at Bluffton Bluffton $3,000/month
Bloom at Hilton Head Hilton Head $3,113/month
Magnolia Manor on the Coast Richmond Hill $2,185/month
The Suites At Station Exchange Richmond Hill $3,565/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 Savannah Assisted Living Facilities

Habersham House

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Habersham House was a great place to visit and really well maintained. They had an activity room and a game room. It was a really good tour. Overall, I was pleased with the facility. The rooms were great, wonderful, roomy, and well maintained. You could bring your own furniture if you want to. It's really nice...

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Marsh View Senior Living

Review by HAPPY DAUGHTER

Consumer

The best decision we ever made was to move mom into Marsh View. She now has a social life, friends, and the care she needs. Mom lived with me before moving there...

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Marsh View Senior Living

Review by Visitor

Consumer

The tour we had at Marsh View Senior Living was good. The rooms were very good because they had remodeled most of them and replaced the carpet with new flooring. There was a therapy room, a dining room, and a coffee bar. We had a few issues with them, but they were eventually sorted out...

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Marsh View Senior Living

Review by Friend

Consumer

Not a place to trust with family if you plan on leaving them unattended. No professionals on weekends, food is horrible and staff has no compassion or respect for Seniors. No LPNs or RN passing medications to residents but young girls who are workers without credentials...

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Savannah Square

Review by Stafford-Ames Morse , resident now for 2 months

Consumer

Moved in 6 months ago. Found it to be just like one would expect of a 5 Star retirement village. We picked one of their cottages. Just like home in sq ft size. a short walk to the main building for our meals...

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Savannah Square

Review by Loved one

Consumer

The Health care center staff are very friendly and helpful to me and my loved one. She has been at the center for a few weeks and the food has been very good. She is a very picky eater. The nursing care has been good. The rooms are nice with each having their own flat screen TV, and phone.

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Map of Savannah Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Savannah

A city of graceful living with authentic southern charm, Savannah is also a busy port city that is home to dozens of national and international corporations. With amazing dexterity, the city hews close to its southern roots while offering private and business residents all the amenities of modern living. Young families, career-minded singles and residents of assisted living in Savannah have plenty to enjoy and discover in this gem of a southern town. Fountain in Forsyth Park -- Savannah (GA) 2012

Organizations Serving Seniors in Savannah

Senior Citizens, Inc. offers the senior citizens of Savannah a wide array of services that are meant to enhance the lifestyle of their choice. It is a non-profit organization that was started in 1959 by Harley C. Morrison as a neighborhood assistance program. It now serves thousands of senior citizens in the Coastal Georgia area and remains committed to meeting the needs and preserving the well-being of the senior community. The GenerationOne program of the Memorial University Medical Center is another excellent source of social and educational programs for seniors. Residents of assisted living in Savannah can avail of prescription discounts, AARP safe driving classes, movie days, insurance education, city tours, and a host of other activities of interest to seniors.

Savannah Senior-Friendly Activities

The Historic District of Savannah teems with museums, landmarks, outdoor cafes, gourmet restaurants, parks with magnificent centuries-old trees, and so much more. It is the largest National Historic Landmark District in the country. The Forsyth Park, occupying 30 acres, is the largest park in the Historic District. Extremely well-maintained and excellently laid out, it is one of the most popular gathering places for residents and visitors in Savannah. The park’s most well-known feature, the Forsyth Fountain, sits on the north end of the park. Forsyth Park is a hotbed of various activities throughout the year. However, seniors in assisted living in Savannah will also find it to be an oasis of tranquility at the heart of a bustling city. Savannah is the site of the Telfair Museum, the oldest public art museum in the Southeast. The museum actually consists of three buildings – the Telfair Academy, the Owens-Thomas House and the Jepson Center. It has over 4,000 pieces of 18th to 21st century artwork in its permanent collection and hosts several visiting exhibits each year. It’s easy to imagine spending an entire day leisurely browsing its collections when one wishes to escape humid Georgia weather.

Savannah Medical Facilities

St. Joseph’s/Candler is the largest health system in southeast Georgia. It offers patients state-of-the art medical technologies and the most advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures. It has a long history of providing for the region’s health and medical needs and is currently the preferred healthcare provider in the area. The hospital also runs the SmartSenior program which offers a comprehensive array of services specially designed to address the needs of an elderly population. For a nominal $15 annual membership fee, seniors in assisted living in Savannah can have access to health screenings, educational health seminars, Medicare counseling, hospitalization benefits and much more. Savannah takes care of its senior citizens. From several senior-friendly organizations, to interesting historic attractions, and world-class medical facilities, life in this charming southern city is full of exciting possibilities. For more information on senior living in Savannah, see our options for Savannah assisted living. Back to Top