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Assisted Living in Manteca, CA

The average cost of assisted living in the city is $3,500 per month. This guide is a starting point covering the cost of assisted living care in the city, as well as financing options to pay for it. You’ll find in-depth information on 5 assisted living facilities in Manteca and 30 in surrounding areas.

The Cost of Senior Care in Manteca, CA

  • Assisted Living: $3,500
  • Nursing Home Care: $8,173
  • In-home Care: $4,957
  • Adult Day Health Services: $1,679

Cogir of Manteca Senior Living

430 North Union Road
Manteca, CA

Call 1-800-991-9257 for details

10 Reviews
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10 Reviews
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Brookdale Manteca provides a warm and inviting atmosphere for anyone looking for independent living, memory care or an assisted living community.

Prestige Senior Living at Manteca

1130 Empire Ave
Manteca, CA

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Conveniently located across the street from Diamond Oaks Park, Prestige Senior Living at Manteca is a new, Tuscan-themed community in the heart of the Central Valley.

The Commons at Union Ranch

2241 N. Union Road
Manteca, CA

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2 Reviews
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2 Reviews
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At The Commons at Union Ranch, we're dedicated to offering a true sense of belonging to seniors and their families. Here you will have a have a true sense of home.

Remolona Family Guest Home

360 Button Avenue
Manteca, CA

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Super Care Center

1049 Bristow Street
Manteca, CA

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Reviews of Manteca Assisted Living Facilities

Prestige Senior Living at Manteca

Review by CF | Consumer

Prestige Senior Living at Manteca seemed very caring and spotlessly clean. I found my husband's room to be larger than some of the other facilities that I looked at. It was bright and cheery. All the residents seemed very happy there. The staff is excellent. In fact, the exuberance of the salesperson really helped sell...

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Prestige Senior Living at Manteca

Review by Jana | Consumer

We're at Prestige Senior Living at Manteca and it's been very good. The thing that was superior to me about them was when I went to the dementia unit, the facility looked exactly like the rest. Many of the facilities that have Alzheimer's/dementia units look like hospitals with linoleum floors, two beds in each room, a...

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Prestige Senior Living at Manteca

Review by Marti | Consumer

We were able to secure my father-in-law an apartment at the Prestige Senior Living at Manteca. It's very good and nice but seems a little worn. He chooses not to participate, but they have a lot of different things going on. They have a theater room, a game area for cards, dining area, outings, and happy hour on Friday...

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Prestige Senior Living at Manteca

Review by LC | Consumer

My father is a relatively new resident of Prestige Senior Living at Manteca. They have parking for guests which is really crucial. It's warm and inviting. The staff is very friendly, nice, and caring. They have a studio apartment open, which is something that the others did not have, plus a theater room, a workout room...

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Prestige Senior Living at Manteca

Review by LC | Consumer

Prestige Senior Living at Manteca seemed more like a hotel and not like a home; it was more upscale. The rooms were apartments. I saw people playing games and exercising.

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Prestige Senior Living at Manteca

Review by Kimberly | Consumer

Prestige Senior Living at Manteca is good. They help ease my father's frustration of having to be in assisted living. The staff is wonderful. They treat him very well, and they're taking good care of him. The dining area is great. They're very understanding and accommodating. Everybody's having a good time, but he's no...

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Assisted Living Costs in Manteca

Genworth’s 2018 Cost of Care study shows that the average monthly price of assisted living in Manteca is $3,500, which is below the state ($4,500) and national ($4,000) averages. Prices are $300 lower in nearby Modesto and $973 higher in Sacramento. 

Throughout California, assisted living costs are more expensive in areas with high real estate values, such as San Francisco ($5,500), Santa Cruz ($5,595) and San Luis Obispo ($5,450). Prices are notably lower inland and south of Manteca, including Bakersfield ($3,150), Fresno ($3,500) and Hanford ($3,564). 

Note: Senior care cost data wasn’t available for Manteca, so data for the closest city, Stockton, was used. 

The Cost of Assisted Living in Surrounding Areas

Care Cost Comparison

At $3,500 per month, assisted living is one of the most affordable senior care options in Manteca, particularly since the price includes room and board. Only adult day health services cost less ($1,679). 

44 hours of in-home care per week costs $4,957 per month from either a home health aide or homemaker, while semiprivate nursing home care is the most expensive care option at $8,173 per month. 

Senior Care Cost Comparison Chart

Financial Assistance for Assisted Living in Manteca

Medicaid in California

Medicaid is a national, government-funded health plan for needy individuals that provides one in four California residents with essential health services. By law, Medicaid benefits must include primary, long-term and hospital care services, and each state can fund optional benefits, such as dental and vision care, personal care and home and community-based services. 

California’s Medicaid program is known as Medi-Cal. Seniors eligible for Supplemental Security Income are also eligible for basic Medi-Cal coverage and only need to complete additional screening if requesting long-term care services.

Seniors applying to Medi-Cal as an individual can earn up to $1,242 per month and own up to $2,000 of countable assets. Seniors applying with a spouse can earn up to $1,682 in joint income and own up to $3,000 of countable assets. 

An owner-occupied home, one vehicle, an irrevocable burial trust and personal belongings aren’t counted as assets. 

Spousal Asset and Income Exemptions

The community spouse resource allowance rule allows a non-applicant (community) spouse of a senior who needs Medi-Cal coverage to keep up to half of the couple’s joint assets, which is a maximum value of $126,420. 

The community spouse isn’t required to contribute to the cost of their spouse’s care, irregardless of their income. In situations where the community spouse is financially dependent on the Medi-Cal applicant and they have a monthly income at or below $3,161, the applicant may collect income transferred from the applicant in order to raise their monthly income to that maximum amount. 

For more information and enrollment assistance, contact the San Joaquin County Human Services Agency at (209) 468-1000. 

Assisted Living Waiver

The Assisted Living Waiver is a Medi-Cal home and community based waiver for seniors aged 65 and older who require the level of care normally provided in a nursing facility but prefer to live in the community. This waiver enables seniors to reside in a participating assisted living facility instead of being placed in a nursing home by providing the costs of medical and nonmedical care services that are necessary. 

Services provided through the ALW are assigned to participants based on medical need, and these services may include personal care and housekeeping, intermittent skilled nursing, transportation, mobility devices and medical supplies and home-delivered meals. 

Seniors who participate in the ALW are responsible for the room-and-board portion of their monthly living costs. 

For more information contact Norcal, the ALW care coordinator agency for San Joaquin County, at (925) 519-6100. 

Other Financial Assistance Programs for Assisted Living

Long-Term Care Insurance

Seniors who have long-term care coverage through a private insurance policy or as part of an employee benefit package may be eligible for partial or full reimbursement of their assisted living costs. 

Long-term care benefits vary with each plan and provider, and in many cases, policyholders need to complete a comprehensive needs assessment performed by the insurance company before benefits are approved. Seniors who have long-term care coverage that includes assisted living costs often need to pay a deductible, which may be levied on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis. 

Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly

Seniors aged 55 and older with long-term Medi-Cal or Medicare and Medi-Cal (dual-enrolled) coverage and meet the admission criteria for a nursing facility may qualify for the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. PACE also accepts private-pay participants if space is available in the program. 

This nursing home diversion program lets seniors age in place in their community by providing a wide range of medical and nonmedical services delivered through a multidisciplinary, community-based team. 

PACE participants receive all their Medi-Cal benefits through PACE providers, and many services are performed at the PACE day-health center, including adult day health services. 

PACE services are assigned to each participant based on their unique care needs as identified by the participant, their families and the PACE team, which includes physicians, rehabilitation therapists, social workers and personal support workers. These services may include: 

  • In-home support, such as help with activities of daily living, minor home modifications to improve safety and access to an emergency response system
  • Medical supplies and durable medical equipment, such as mobility devices
  • Home delivered prescription medications
  • Physical, occupational and/or speech therapy
  • Hearing aids
  • Hospice care
  • Daily lunch and snacks at the PACE center
  • Dental care and dentures
  • Vision testing and corrective lenses
  • Transportation to the PACE center and medical appointments
  • Comprehensive case management
  • 24/7 access to medical care

Note: Once a senior enrolls in PACE, the PACE program becomes their health insurer. Seniors are free to leave the program at any time. 

For more information and to apply to Stockton PACE, the San Joaquin County PACE program, call (209) 442-6077. 

Assisted Living Resources in Manteca

Senior Center

The city operates a large multipurpose senior center open to all residents aged 50 and older. Membership is free, and seniors can participate in a variety of free and low-cost activities, exercise classes, social groups and special events. There’s also an on-site fitness center seniors can use for a $5 annual fee.

Manteca Senior Center
295 Cherry Ln., Manteca, CA 95337
(209) 456-8650

Community Services

Manteca Transit operates ADA-compliant buses on fixed routes throughout the city, and seniors qualify for half-price fares. Seniors aged 62 and older can apply for the door-to-door Dial-a-Ride service. 

Low-income seniors aged 60 and older who require food assistance can register for the Second Harvest Food Bank’s Senior Brown Bag Program to receive free supplemental groceries, including fresh produce. 

Manteca Transit
220 Moffat Blvd., Manteca, CA 95336
(209) 456-8890

Senior Brown Bag Program – Second Harvest Food Bank
1220 Vanderbilt Cir., Manteca, CA 95337
(209) 825-2301 

Veterans Services

San Joaquin County Veterans Services helps vets and survivors learn about VA benefits, submit claim applications and if necessary, file appeals. Veteran Service Officers also assist with obtaining service records and can arrange free transportation to the Livermore VAMC

The nearby Stockton VA Clinic provides basic outpatient health services, including primary care, physiotherapy, nursing, psychiatry and smoking cessation. 

San Joaquin County Veterans Services
105 S. San Joaquin St., Stockton, CA 95202 
(209) 468-2916

Stockton VA Clinic
7777 S. Freedom Rd., French Camp, CA 95231-9694
(209) 946-3400

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