Norfolk Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Norfolk Assisted Living Facility Costs

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

Cost of Norfolk Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Harbor's Edge Retirement Community $6,035/month
Commonwealth Senior Living at Leigh Hall $4,320/month
Commonwealth Senior Living at The Ballentine $4,100/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Colonial Manor Williamsburg $3,000/month
Commonwealth Senior Living at Hampton Hampton $3,500/month
Dominion Village at Poquoson Poquoson $3,550/month
Morningside of Newport News Newport News $3,000/month
Morningside of Williamsburg Williamsburg $3,900/month
Dominion Village at Chesapeake Chesapeake $3,700/month
The Gardens of Virginia Beach Virginia Beach $3,720/month
Golden Years Hampton $2,250/month
The Devonshire Hampton $3,134/month
Bickford of Suffolk Suffolk $3,741/month
Commonwealth Senior Living at King's Grant House Virginia Beach $4,650/month
Spring Arbor of Williamsburg Williamsburg $4,450/month
Commonwealth Senior Living at Georgian Manor Chesapeake $4,350/month
Commonwealth Senior Living at Churchland House Portsmouth $4,140/month
Mayfair House Portsmouth $3,075/month
The Crossings at Independence Virginia Beach $3,795/month
The Crossings on the Peninsula Yorktown $3,660/month
The Crossings at Harbour View Suffolk $4,050/month
The Crossings at Oakbrooke Chesapeake $3,975/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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Map of Norfolk Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Norfolk

Norfolk is located in the southeast region of Virginia and is one of the major cities which comprise Hampton Roads. The city is rich with historical significance due to its long-standing military heritage. Norfolk is home to the largest naval installation, Norfolk Naval Base, and Norfolk Naval Shipyard. The historical districts of Norfolk are notable attractions for both visitors and residents. Seniors who choose Norfolk will enjoy ample transportation options which make travel around the city and to neighboring areas easily accessible. Downtown Norfolk has numerous attractions including restaurants, shopping, museums and the scenery of Waterside.

Local Hospitals in Norfolk

Mass Transit in Norfolk

  • Hampton Roads Transit (HRT) Hampton Roads Transit offers an extensive network of buses that travel throughout Hampton Roads. In addition to local service that connects Norfolk with Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Suffolk and Virginia Beach, commuters can ride the MAX bus for service to the Peninsula.
  • Amtrak Amtrak trains from Norfolk provide service along the Northeast Regional line which include central and northern Virginia.
  • Greyhound The main Greyhound routes from Norfolk include travel to Richmond with stops in Hampton and Newport News.
  • I-Ride Transportation (Senior Services of Southeast Virginia) Transportation services provided by Senior Services of Southeast Virginia include fixed routes and medical transportation. Seniors may schedule transportation for medical appointments during normal business hours.

Discounts for Seniors in Norfolk

  • Nauticus Nauticus provides a senior discount on their “White Ticket,” which includes full access to the museum, a self-guided tour and admission to the theater.
  • The Chrysler Museum of Art The Chrysler Museum of Art has senior discounts for membership plans which include access to additional exhibits, discounted classes and savings on purchases at the gift shop.
  • HRT Hampton Roads Transit offers half-priced one-ways fares for seniors age 60 or older ($0.75). Fare cards for one day, week or month are also half price.
  • The Virginia Zoo The Virginia Zoo offers discounts on ticket prices for seniors age 62 and older.
  • Norfolk Botanical Gardens The Norfolk Botanical Gardens offers discounts on both one-day admission ($10) and annual memberships.
  • Ocean View Golf Course The Ocean View Golf Course offers seniors age 60 and older discounts on both daily and membership passes. Daily rates are $25 for weekdays and $36 for weekends and holidays.

Norfolk Senior Centers

Senior Services for Norfolk Residents

  • Senior Services of Southeast Virginia Senior Services of Southeast Virginia (SSSEVA) is a nonprofit advocacy organization that serves Norfolk and surrounding cities of Hampton Roads. Services include health and wellness programs, Ombudsman services, in-home assistance and support for caregivers. Transportation assistance is also available. Interstate Corporate Center 6350 Center Drive, Building 5 Suite 101, Norfolk, VA 23502 (757) 461-9481, 1-800-766-8059 (Toll-free)
  • Norfolk Department of Human Services The Norfolk Department of Human Services (NDHS) provides access to many supplemental programs including housing, energy and food assistance. NDHS maintains information on emergency resources for cases of abuse, neglect or for individuals in need of emergency assistance. 741 Monticello Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510 (757) 664-6000
  • Adult Protective Services Norfolk Adult Protective Services offers a combination of in-home services to help seniors remain in their residence, and assistance in cases of abuse or neglect. (757) 664-6123 (888) 832-3858 (Toll-free, after business hours)
  • 2-1-1 Virginia 2-1-1 Virginia is a hotline that can link callers with available resources in their area. 211 (Toll-free)
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