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There are 25 assisted living facilities in Santa Barbara, CA and 9 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Santa Barbara, CA is $3,700 per month.
Southern California living, with its plentiful sun and laidback approach to life, is found at Villa Santa Barbara, a community that offers independent and assisted living services.
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Boasting ocean views and a mild Mediterranean climate, Alexander Gardens is an assisted living community offering an enriching retirement experience in beautiful Santa Barbara.
Vista del Monte in Santa Barbara was originally founded for retired schoolteachers, people with a love of learning, and this has created a warm, collegiate feel here.
Opened as a non-profit retirement home in November of 1957, Wood Glen Hall continues to offer affordable high-quality accommodations to seniors in Santa Barbara today.
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Tree Of Life Retirement Homes, Inc. - Santa Barbara, CA located in Santa Barbara, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
_________________________________ At Grand Care is run by an excellent live-in staff, we offer six beds to our residents to enjoy we offer many amenities and services to our residents to ensure that they are safe, happy, healthy, loved, and cared…
Located near Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara California, Abiding Care ia an Assisted Living Home for 6 seniors. Designed to be complete yet affordable, Abiding Care offers a beautiful turn of the Century Craftsman home with 24/7 high quality attentive…
Villa Blanca is fully licensed, family owned and operated elderly care home that serves seniors in Santa Barbara and Goleta locations. Nestled in beautiful residential neighborhoods our residences focus on preserving a warm and welcoming feeling of home and are…
Refund Plans: 80% of Entrance Fee; 50% Refund (Price: 73% of Entrance Fee); Declining Balance over 44 mos. (Price: 50% of Entrance Fee). Assisted Living and Nursing Care on discounted Fee-For-Service basis.
The median cost of assisted living in Santa Barbara for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,700/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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My uncle lives in Vista del Monte, and I often visit him. It's strikingly beautiful and has been there 40 years. The landscaping is well established, well-maintained, and has great community involvement. They have top-rate quality meals. It's very large with a big, open space of lovely gardens and trees, and It seems t...Read more Vista del Monte reviews
I loved Villa Santa Barbara. The layout was perfect, and you can have a room that opens to a courtyard. Its a perfect place. The staff member was great and answered all my questions. They had a schedule, things for my brother to do, and we saw a lot of gentlemen who looked like they were guests. Im happy with it, and...Read more Villa Santa Barbara reviews
Often referred to as “The American Riviera,” Santa Barbara lies 90 minutes northwest of Los Angeles, nestled between a stunning beachfront coastline reminiscent of the Mediterranean and the Santa Ynez Mountains, which create a dramatic backdrop for the city. Thousands of tourists visit Santa Barbara each year to enjoy the many world-class attractions and amenities within the city.
Seniors who choose assisted living in Santa Barbara enjoy some of the best Southern California has to offer, including access to a dynamic cultural arts scene, scenic natural beauty and first-class, resort-style living.
In keeping with the city’s rich maritime history, the Santa Barbara Waterfront is a vibrant stretch of local restaurants, shops and artists. The two most popular waterfront destinations are Stearns Wharf, a 130-year old structure home to the Ty Warner Sea Center natural history museum, and The Harbor, whose pier offers some of the best boat watching in the city.
Seniors enjoying assisted living in Santa Barbara take a break from sun and surf by visiting some of the area’s scenic attractions. The Santa Barbara Mission is considered one of the most beautiful Missions in California and has continued to actively function as a church since its founding in 1786. Visitors spend hours exploring the Mission’s sprawling grounds and Spanish-style architecture.
Home to several institutions of higher learning, most notably the University of California at Santa Barbara, the city is full of intellectual pursuits. The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History displays collections of Prehistoric Native American life, while the Santa Barbara Museum of Art has an impressive collection of Asian artifacts. The Santa Barbara Zoo offers fun for all ages and is considered one of the best small zoos in the country.
Residents of assisted living in Santa Barbara who seek friends and fun head to one of two senior centers: The Carrillo Recreation Center or the Louise Lowry Davis Recreation Center. The Centers offer a wide range of programs and activities, including dance classes, lawn bowling and hobby groups.
Seniors enjoying assisted living in Santa Barbara appreciate the peace of mind of knowing that quality medical care is just a short ride away at the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.
Serving Santa Barbara since 1888, the 408-bed teaching hospital with over 600 doctors and nurses is the largest of its kind between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The hospital is well known for its neurosurgical, cardiac and oncology programs, as well as for operating the Cottage Center for Advanced Imaging and MacDougall Eye Center.
Travel in and around Santa Barbara is easy and affordable by bus. The Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District (MTD) operates mass transit in the city with public transportation running from communities of assisted living in Santa Barbara to the city’s many popular attractions. All buses are wheelchair accessible and reduced fare cards are available for seniors.
Beautiful Santa Barbara is far and away one of the most desirable cities in which to live, and it is no wonder many seniors wish to find assisted living housing here. Depending on the size, location and services provided by an assisted living community, monthly fees for a private one-bedroom unit can cost as little as $1,750 or as much as $5,700.
The median monthly price for assisted living in the area is $3,725.* Seniors should prepare to spend $44,700 annually for assisted living in Santa Barbara.
Assisted living in Santa Barbara offers seniors intimate, resort-style retirement living in a scenic beachfront community. Learn more about local housing options by visiting our Santa Barbara Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell.
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