California Independent Living

Cost of California Independent Living

A beautiful beach on the coast of CA (California) The average cost of Independent Living in California is $2,814 per month. This is higher than the national average which is $1,729 per month.

In California there are 546 Independent Living Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

California Independent Living Communities by City

Los Angeles County Independent Living

San Francisco, North Bay, East Bay Independent Living

Riverside, San Bernardino Area Independent Living

Greater San Diego Independent Living

Orange County Independent Living

Greater Sacramento Area Independent Living

San Jose - Sunnyvale - Santa Clara Area Independent Living

Fresno Area Independent Living

Other Areas in California

Map of California Independent Living Communities

Overview of California Independent Living

The sprawling coastal state of California has long been a popular destination for both tourists and permanent residents who head west to enjoy the warm sunny climate, the bustling urban centers and tremendous array of social, cultural and recreational opportunities. As the most populous state in the country, there are numerous California independent living communities located in major centers such as San Francisco, Long Beach and San Jose, as well as smaller inland areas like Palm Springs and Lake Tahoe. In California, you can golf in the shadow of the snow-capped High Sierra Mountains, sample award-winning wines in the Napa Valley and bump elbows with movie stars in Hollywood.

Independent Living in California Defined

California independent living facilities offer active, healthy retirees their own private apartment or suite and may provide amenities such as concierge-style support service from professional staff, meals in a restaurant-style dining room and additional amenities like on-site fitness rooms, libraries and spas. Residents of these facilities are free from major health conditions or memory impairments that would impact their ability care for themselves. Seniors who need skilled nursing services or help with daily living should consider retiring to a nursing home or assisted living facility where medical staff can provide the right care for their particular needs. You can find facilities that provide assisted living and skilled nursing care in California in our Assisted Living and Nursing Homes categories. Back to Top