San Bernardino Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

San Bernardino Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in San Bernardino for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,250/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of San Bernardino Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Villas at San Bernardino $2,300/month
Light's Rancho Linda $1,800/month
Vivacare by Serenity Care Health $3,500/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
The Grove Care and Wellness Riverside $1,850/month
Raincross at Riverside Riverside $2,795/month
Mission Commons Redlands $2,774/month
Rialto Retirement Home Rialto $1,450/month
Highland Senior Home Care Highland $2,200/month
Silvercare Homes Residential Board & Care Loma Linda $2,300/month
Brightwater Senior Living of Highland Highland $3,595/month
Linda Valley Assisted Living and Memory Care Loma Linda $2,695/month
Meridian of Riverside Riverside $2,050/month
Rose Valley Redlands Redlands $3,500/month
Senior Focus Residential Care 2 Moreno Valley $2,650/month
Golden Village Loma Linda $3,500/month
Golden Guest Home III Loma Linda $2,500/month
Lorez Drive Residential Home Moreno Valley $2,200/month
Golden Guest Home Loma Linda $2,500/month
Divine Home Care Loma Linda $2,900/month
At Sunny Hills Home Care Moreno Valley $2,800/month
Villa Anne Riverside $2,750/month
Rosemont Villa Riverside $3,000/month
Sleepy Hollow Elderly Home Care Riverside $2,500/month
St. Christopher Villa Rialto $1,800/month
Senior Focus Residential Care 1 Riverside $2,850/month
Dove Tree Manor Rialto $2,500/month
JMJ Home Care Rialto $2,500/month
Simcare Homes Riverside $3,200/month
Vivacare Cottage by Serenity Care Health Rialto $3,500/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by 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 San Bernardino Assisted Living Facilities

Light's Rancho Linda

Review by Debra


Light's Rancho Linda was a great community, and I would have chosen it for my father. It's a loving, kind and warm place. The rooms were very home-like, comfortable, and everything was clean. The furniture was nicely organized and decorated. I would rate the staff a five overall.

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Map of San Bernardino Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in San Bernardino

Known at the “Friendly City,” San Bernardino is nestled in the foothills of its namesake, the San Bernardino mountains. A city rich in pioneering history, San Bernardino is now a modern city rich in culture, the arts and community life. With sunshine year round, assisted living in San Bernardino is ideal for seniors seeking long-term senior living options in a city with an appreciation for the good life.

San Bernardino Recreation

The Parks and Recreations Department provides a variety of activities and events at local senior centers. Residents of assisted living in San Bernardino communities may also enjoy participating programs such as the Retired Senior Volunteer Program or Senior Companion Program to give back to others in the community. The San Bernardino Public Library runs four branches throughout the city and offers more than just access to books. Literacy services include English as a second language, adult basic eduction and citizenship classes. The Arda Haenszel California Room houses a collection of materials and photos that preserve the history of San Bernardino and Southern California. The Cosand Computer Learning Center provides internet service and free computer classes.

San Bernardino Activities

A city with its own symphony orchestra, the San Bernardino Symphony performs at the historic California Theater, beautifully renovated to accommodate orchestral performances. In its 82nd season, the symphony’s subscription concerts are creations of the musical director that cannot be missed. For baseball fans, the Inland Empire 66ers showcase professional baseball at its finest. The 66ers are the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Single-A League team and three-time California League champions. There’s a busy schedule of annual community events and fairs in San Bernardino and the surrounding communities. Seniors are sure to find something interesting each month with events such as the annual Stater Bros. Route 66 Rendezvous, a classic car show staged in the city streets, the California State Annual Chili Cook Off and the popular Harvest Fair.

San Bernardino Medical Facilities

Should emergency medical care be needed, the Community Hospital of San Bernardino is readily available to provide excellent care in its Emergency Department, one of hospital’s Centers of Excellence. Other Centers of Excellence include the hospital’s surgical service and neurological care center. Across town, the St. Bernardine Medical Center operates the Inland Employer Heart & Vascular Institute, one of the top two heart centers in southern California. Also a designated STEMI-certified center, St. Bernardine is ready to quickly diagnosis and treat heart attack patients.

San Bernardino Transportation

Traveling about and around the city is convenient and economical on the Omnitrans bus system. The Access Service offers transportation options for eligible seniors who are unable to ride the regular bus.

Cost of Assisted Living in San Bernardino

Assisted living in San Bernardino is slightly less expensive than the rest of California. Seniors should expect to pay about $38,100 per year for a private, one-bedroom assisted living unit.* The annual median cost for assisted living in the state of California is $42,000. Costs for assisted living in the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario area range from $1,250 to $5,655 per month, depending on the size, quality and location of the facility. The median monthly rate for assisted living in San Bernardino is $3,175, about $325 per month less than the statewide cost in California.

Find Assisted Living in San Bernardino

Communities that provide assisted living in San Bernardino offer seniors a location that is rich in community activities. For more information on local assisted living options, please see our San Bernardino Assisted Living page.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom. Back to Top