Houston Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Houston Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Houston for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,293/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Houston Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Atria Westchase $3,206/month
Bedford Residence and Health Care Services $3,450/month
Belmont Village West University $4,235/month
Elmcroft of Braeswood $3,600/month
Elmcroft of Cy-Fair $3,570/month
Home Sweet Home $4,500/month
The Forum At Memorial Woods $3,204/month
Treemont Retirement Community $1,600/month
The Buckingham $5,964/month
Belmont Village Hunters Creek $4,475/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
The Hampton at Meadows Place Meadows Place $3,625/month
Sunrise of Cinco Ranch Katy $5,170/month
Heritage Tomball Tomball $3,058/month
Tomball Retirement Center Tomball $1,459/month
Greatwood at Sugar Land Sugar Land $3,000/month
Regal Estates of League City League City $2,500/month
Wood Glen Court Spring $3,600/month
Spring Creek Village Spring $3,395/month
The Village at The Woodlands Waterway The Woodlands $2,950/month
Optimum Personal Care Missouri City $3,000/month
Six Palms Assisted Living Manvel $3,300/month
Oyster Creek Manor Missouri City $3,695/month
The Legacy at Falcon Point Katy $4,395/month
Clayton Oaks Living Richmond $4,295/month
Avanti Senior Living at Towne Lake Cypress $4,100/month
Optimum Personal Care Sugar Land $3,500/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 Houston Assisted Living Facilities

Atria Westchase

Review by Local Professional

Expert

They have excellent, hands on management. They have excellent food, and they aren't stingy with providing good portions. Their chef has been working there over 13 years and it has the best food in town, in regards to senior communities. The on-duty nurse knows every resident well, which is a huge plus.

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Atria Westchase

Review by Local Professional

Expert

The Atria Westchase is a great facility. This is a facility that understands the importance of good customer service. When I arrived, I was greeted by a very professional, upbeat, and friendly staff member who made me feel that I was a priority. The facility was clean and well kept...

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Atria Westchase

Review by Local Professional

Expert

The Atria is clean, modern, and nicely decorated for a comfortable feeling like home. Most of the staff seems attentive and engaged. I would recommend this facility to people I know based on the caring, compassion, and general knowledge that the staff exhibited while I was on site...

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Atria Westchase

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Atria Westchase gives you a southern country feel upon arrival. Once inside you you will be greeted warmly from the staff. The caregivers were constantly working and caring for the residents. The staff gave warm smiles and work peacefully among themselves...

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Belmont Village West University

Review by M Miller

Consumer

Our mother has resided at Belmont Village for four years, first in Assisted Living and now in The Neighborhood (memory care). The management team has helped us determine her best care plan as she has aged and her needs have increased...

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Belmont Village West University

Review by Local Professional

Expert

I visited Belmont Village at West University while searching for a facility for my aunt. The facility is located near the medical center which is a plus. It is in a high traffic area, but I was happy that my aunt would be close to medical specialists if she needed assistance...

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Map of Houston Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Houston

Houston is the largest city in the state of Texas and the fourth largest city in the United States. With a population of almost 2.3 million people, the city is rich with ethnic and religious diversity and has a history that began almost 175 years ago. Seniors who choose assisted living in Houston have access to quality healthcare, excellent community transportation and diverse attractions to keep them interested and entertained.

Houston Attractions

The Armand Bayou Nature Center is a beautiful preservation effort centered on the Texas Gulf Coast. At the preserve, residents of assisted living in Houston can take a walking tour, bird watch, check out live animal displays and visit a historic farm. Armand Bayou can also be toured by electric pontoon boat or guided canoe. The Houston Maritime Museum wows visitors with exhibits and displays of ship models, navigation instruments, tools and nautical items from all over the world. The museum also houses a gift shop with hundreds of nautical themed items.

Houston Senior Activities

Houston has 56 community centers located throughout the city that offer numerous activities for adults age 55 and older. Most of the programs are free and activities include walking clubs, fitness classes, field trips, computer classes, holiday events, competitions, crafts and cultural events. Activities vary by community center and the Houston Parks and Recreation Department publishes a catalog three times a year that lists the days, times and locations of their events making it easy for residents of assisted living in Houston to find plenty of things to do.

Houston Medical Facilities

The Methodist Hospital System has five quality facilities located throughout the Houston area, including The Methodist Hospital and Methodist Willowbrook Hospital. U.S. News & World Report named Methodist as one of its 2010 "America's Best Hospitals" in 13 out of 16 specialties. Those specialties include urology, kidney disease, cancer, geriatrics, orthopedics, and diabetes and endocrinology. Residents of assisted living in Houston have access to top-notch medical care in a system where the staff truly cares about their patients.

Houston Transportation

Public transportation in Houston is provided by the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas (METRO). Residents of assisted living in Houston can take advantage of METRO's multiple programs including METRORail, METROLift and buses. Seniors, Medicare holders and the disabled are eligible for a discounted fare card that gives them 50 percent off the full fare for all local park & ride and rail transportation. Houston is a bustling city with ample opportunities to enjoy unique attractions. Seniors interested in assisted living in Houston will appreciate the warmer winters and eye-pleasing downtown skyline. View a list of local assisted living facilities on our Houston Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top