Salem Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Salem Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Salem for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,835/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Salem Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Four Seasons Residential Care Facility $3,800/month
The Woods at Willowcreek $2,875/month
Prestige Senior Living Southern Hills $2,995/month
Prestige Senior Living Orchard Heights $3,795/month
Willson House $2,692/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Canfield Place Beaverton $3,350/month
Markham House Portland $3,555/month
Country Meadows Village Woodburn $1,900/month
The Springs at Carman Oaks Lake Oswego $2,600/month
Elite Care at Fanno Creek Tigard $5,095/month
Prestige Senior Living West Hills Corvallis $3,200/month
Fircrest Senior Living Mcminnville $3,250/month
Tanner Spring Assisted Living Community West Linn $3,350/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 Salem Assisted Living Facilities

Regency Woodland

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This building is very dark and depressing inside. The staff is less than enthusiastic and the food is only adequate. Not a place I would choose to live by any means.

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Regency Woodland

Review by Devoted daughter

Consumer

This assisted living is very nice and cheerful and the staff is friendly and helpful and I was greeted immediately upon walking in the front door. My Mom is well cared for, clean and eats well. Response time when called is outstanding. All staff goes out of their way to make residents happy and they really listen.

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Regency Woodland

Review by Jenny

Consumer

My grandmother has been in this facility for about 1 year now and I have been pleasantly surprised by Regency Woodland! The staff is always friendly and attentive to my grandmother and our families needs. Their communication with our family about many topics is always prompt, clear, and professional...

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Cedar Village Assisted Living

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Cedar Village is a very nice community especially for the priced. Their staff are professional and seem to truly care about the residents. The food is good. The many activities are varied.

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Farmington Square - Salem

Review by Anita

Consumer

Farmington Square's rooms were very tiny and small and had a bathroom adjoining it, but that’s about it. All you had room for was a chest of drawers, two twin beds, and maybe a TV. The staff was very friendly, personable, and welcoming. They had a sitting and living room area which was furnished nicely...

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Farmington Square - Salem

Review by happy daughter

Consumer

I visited Farmington Square. It was OK, but dark, and they didn't seem organized for the tour. It felt a lot more expensive and had an add-on cost for additional care. The dining area looked small; a lot of the people must eat in their rooms.

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Salem

Salem Assisted LivingThe thriving city of Salem, Oregon's capital, lies in the center of the lush Willamette River Valley. The second-largest city in the state,residents of assisted living in Salem are provided with a wide range of services and a diversity of entertainment, attractions and community events.

Salem Recreation

Residents of assisted living in Salem can find whatever they need at the Lancaster Mall. Salem's premier shopping center has over 80 specialty shops, 12 eateries, Regal theaters, major retailers such as Macy's and Sears, and other services such as hair salons, photographers, optical services and banking. If needed, complimentary wheelchairs are available at security. A visit to one of the many Willamette Valley wineries is always an enjoyable tasting adventure into the award winning wines of Oregon, as are visits to the farm markets for the finest and freshest produce the Valley has to offer. Salem First Wednesday is a fun monthly event for a music, food, art and shopping in downtown Salem.

Salem Activities

Salem Assisted LivingCenter 50+ is the community center for seniors enjoying assisted living in Salem. It's a great resource for seniors who want to get out, have fun and meet new people. Accredited by the National Institute of Senior Centers, a division of the National Council on Aging, the center offers over 100 programs and services to seniors 50 years and older. There's adult education, arts and crafts, computer, dance, fitness, history and language classes, health screenings, game and music activities, workshops, excursions, and special events. The historic city of Salem offers many attractions for history buffs. The Salem Heritage Network lists walking tours of many of Salem's historic neighborhoods. The many museums in and around Salem, such as the Mission Mill Museum and the Bush House Museum, chronicle the history of area.

Salem Medical Facilities

Residents of assisted living in Salem are fortunate to have Salem Hospital conveniently located in the city. A regional medical center for the Willamette Valley, it is also the city's largest private employer. The Hospital provides a wide range of services and has one of the state's busiest Emergency Departments. Its Urgent Care Center offers care for minor illnesses and injuries without an appointment. Nearby Silverton Hospital, about 20 minutes from Salem, is a smaller hospital that provides a comprehensive mix of services, an emergency department and other technologically advanced services. The Hospital has been named one of the nation's Top 100 Hospitals, it's the first Oregon hospital to receive the J.D. Power Award for service excellence, and the only Oregon hospital to be awarded the Press Ganey Summit Award for patient satisfaction.

Salem Transportation

The Cherriots public bus system provides affordable travel within the city. Residents of assisted living in Salem are able to learn how to use the bus by enrolling in free Travel Training with a Paratransit Specialist who plans the senior's bus trips and rides along to the destination. If riding the bus is impossible due to a disability, the CherryLift service provides curb-to-curb van service. Wheels, a community transportation service, is also available for doctor visits, shopping trips and more. Reservations must be made in advance and the cost is a cash donation.

Find Assisted Living in Salem

Assisted living in Salem offers seniors small-town retirement living in Oregon's capital city. To view a list of local senior housing, visit our Salem Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom. Back to Top