Newport News Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Newport News Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Newport News for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,851/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Newport News Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Morningside of Newport News $3,000/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Commonwealth Senior Living at Hampton Hampton $3,870/month
Dominion Village at Poquoson Poquoson $3,281/month
Dominion Village at Williamsburg Williamsburg $2,562/month
Morningside of Williamsburg Williamsburg $3,300/month
Harbor's Edge Retirement Community Norfolk $3,851/month
The Waterford at Virginia Beach Virginia Beach $2,600/month
Dominion Village at Chesapeake Chesapeake $2,496/month
Chesapeake Place Chesapeake $3,140/month
The Gardens of Virginia Beach Virginia Beach $3,000/month
Greenfield of Williamsburg Williamsburg $1,950/month
Greenfield Senior Living at Chesapeake Chesapeake $2,850/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 Newport News Assisted Living Facilities

Morningside of Newport News

Review by Visitor

Consumer

The people in Morningside of Newport News were nice. The facility was clean and professional. I was very pleased with the reception. I think it's a semi-locked facility. They have activities and a social room to sit in.

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Morningside of Newport News

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Morningside was old, but they’re renovating it, and the people were great. They were very good in explaining stuff to us and very helpful in the area that we need help in, so I can’t say anything bad...

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Map of Newport News Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Newport News

Post office and Warwick Hotel, Newport News, Va.Where the James River meets Chesapeake Bay lies a city whose rich and colorful history goes all the way back to the founding of America. Newport News is named after Christopher Newport, the captain who brought much-needed supplies and reinforcements to disheartened Jamestown colonists. Thanks to Captain Newport’s timely delivery of fresh supplies, Jamestown became the first of many successful settlements in the New World. Seniors who choose to explore assisted living in Newport News can look forward to a full and exciting everyday life in this beautiful port city. Boasting of several museums, famous historic attractions and multiple parks, there’s always something interesting to do and discover in Newport News.

Newport News Attractions

Walk the deck of a full-scale replica of the USS Monitor at The Mariner’s Museum and it’s almost impossible not to taste the salt in the air. Officially recognized as the National Maritime Museum of the country, it has over 35,000 sea-related artifacts, paintings and ship models and free parking to boot. Residents of assisted living in Newport News can also visit the Lee Hall Mansion, a genuine antebellum southern home where a rich planter by the name of Richard D. Lee once lived. Step back in time and experience what life was like during the mid-Victorian era in America with its authentically-furnished and well-preserved rooms.

Newport News Senior Activities

Assisted living in Newport News is fully supported and enhanced by several senior centers located throughout the city. Senior residents can take advantage of a wide range of interesting classes, trips and talks as well as other fun and educational activities year-round. The Hilton Senior Center offers free health screenings, Tai Chi classes, defensive driving lessons, and so much more. They also have excellent facilities available for lease for special events or group meetings.

Newport News Medical Facilities

One of the leading options for orthopedic surgery in the area, the Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital has provided over six decades of excellent medical care to Newport News residents. This 232-bed facility has a complete range of inpatient and outpatient services, several community outreach programs as well as patient and family support services. Seniors who enjoy assisted living in Newport News can take advantage of the compassionate and comprehensive care provided by its seasoned doctors and highly-trained medical staff.

Newport News Transportation

Getting around in Newport News is convenient via the Hampton Roads Transit. It services most of the area and stops at all major destinations including the Patrick Henry Mall and the Christopher Newport University. Hampton Roads Transit also offers a convenient curb service program (Handi-Ride) to assist passengers with special needs. This valuable service makes assisted living in Newport News a much more enjoyable and richer experience. Newport News is a historic city that has plenty to offer both its residents and visitors. Assisted living in Newport News means access to quality health care, regular and reliable transportation options and world-famous attractions and museums. Check out our list of senior housing options at Newport News assisted living. Back to Top