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120 Assisted Living Communities in Houston, Texas

The average cost of assisted living iseveralthe city is $3,863 a 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 120 Assisted Living Communities in Houston and X in the surrounding areas.

  • Assisted living: $3,863
  • Nursing home semiprivate room: $5,095
  • In-home care: $3,909
  • Adult day health services: $1,300

Assisted Living Facilities near Houston, Texas

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Reviews of Assisted Living Facilities in Houston

Shannon

5

April 6, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I have a family member at this location. I never dreamed I could place my family member in such a lovely environment. The grounds are beautiful, plenty of space to take a walk, sit outside and soak up some sun, or enjoy a shaded patio. I visit several times a week and have not once left worried. The residential rooms are spacious and clean. The common areas are relaxing and well furnished. The residents are all relaxed and quite comfortable in their surroundings. There are no offending odors!! I could not ask for a better staff. From the office down each person I’ve met is friendly, kind and will happily assist in any way they can. They are so very caring, professional and patient with the residents. The decision to place a loved one is hard, hard, hard. Each time I leave from visiting her I have a smile and I’m encouraged that I’ve made the right choice for her. She is well cared for, they have several daily activities from puzzles to fitness as well as games and activities to improve cognitive and memory skills. I find myself thinking I’d like to move there myself! Look no further, this is a well run home for your family member.

Angry Daughter

1

October 12, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

This facility is by far the worst place to have a loved one in. The facility is very old and outdated. The hospital beds are completely outdated and not suitable for anyone, let alone sick/ill patients. The staff here should be completely revamped, to say that the staff is incompetent is actually an understatement. The nurses, are not capable of doing their jobs, they are lack basic knowledge and they are very rude and impatient with the patients. The doctors, Dr. Roberto Camacho, specifically, should not by any means be in any type of health care! This chauvinistic, uneducated man, lacks basic knowledge as well! He had no bedside manner, he was extremely rude to my mother(patient) as well as my family! He is incapable of doing his job! My mother was basically discharged with nothing to come home with and my family has been trying to reach the social worker for Garden Terrace, with several failed attempts of course. My mother is currently at home, and she has made “0” progress after being there 15+ days. The physical therapy is below average at Garden Terrace. Everyone single staff member from the nurses, doctors, food administration, social workers, etc. all should reconsider their professions immediately! I absolutely hated this place! I hated every day my mother was there. Please don’t have anyone you love and cherish placed here at Garden Terrace! If I could give this place -5 rating I would!

Lynn Lloyd

1

March 3, 2022

I am/was a resident of this facility

After almost five years, I moved out of Anthology. The place has become so poorly managed, the staff does not stay, the maintenance is poor, what they advertise for amenities does not happen, no guest parking, the rent keeps going up and they do not honor the rental agreement that we all signed. Many of the residents are emotionally fragile due to problems that are not addressed. Keep looking.

Patricia

5

May 2, 2021

I visited this facility

I went to Ella Springs Senior Living Community. I liked it a lot. It's farther away from me, and I didn't like the layout of the apartments, but it was very nice. It was really pretty, they were very informative, and they walked me around. It was big, and I only saw the assisted living side. It would be a good place for somebody, but it just didn't fit our needs. What impressed me was it was owned by two men, not a company, and they were really hands on there. One of the men called me to confirm my appointment, he told me about the VA benefits that you could apply for, which no other place told me about. That impressed me. I liked that it's individually owned and not a corporation.

Alicia

5

April 20, 2021

I visited this facility

I went to Ella Springs Senior Living Community. It was a very nice facility and I liked it a lot. The staff was nice. They have a lot of activities. I was there around lunch time, I just saw the menu, and it looked good. They showed me two-bedrooms, and I liked the fact that they had molding, there was plenty of room, plenty of carpet. It was very nice, but it wasn't real fancy.

Kathy

5

March 16, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

When my parents stayed at Tarrytowne Estates, we never had a single issue with any of the staff, from the sales person to the managers, as well as the bookkeeping; they were all great. They have opened up some of their space to allow any physician to come in and work with the residents who choose to have him. He was of great quality, too, and that was not my experience elsewhere with the doctors they were working with. I was just very, very pleased with those results. They offer a variety of floor plans in the community. When she and my dad first moved there, they were moving from a larger residence, and I knew that the adjustment to a lesser space would be a concern, so we started out with a two-bedroom apartment for the two of them and then downsized to a one-bedroom. After my dad passed away, she eventually went to an efficiency type of apartment. They were all good, they had ample space, and we had no issues with it. I like the fact that they have walk-in showers, and they got rid of the old bathtubs. They really worked hard to have a good quality to what they had. They also have plenty of activities, but my mom didn't do a whole lot of them. One thing that my parents were not satisfied with from all of the other communities they went in was the food, but Tarrytown Estates has an on-site chef. They don't bring their food in, and it's always served hot. The homemade rolls and the homemade desserts are just of high quality, and that is an important aspect for senior citizens. I could not match their value anywhere else.

Carol

5

October 4, 2020

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Lone Star Living is very nice. It's independent living, and my friend has her own apartment but with 24/7 care and 3 meals a day are provided. They have a wonderful staff, a very nice facility. They are very accommodating, caring, and nice people. They have quite a few activities but that we haven't ventured into yet. From what I can see and heard, the food is very good. I'm petty happy with it.

MS

4

July 15, 2020

I visited this facility

I'm moving into Brookdale Memorial City. It has everything I need. My apartment has a full kitchen, they gave me covered parking, and they gave me a pendant to wear in case I fall. The bathroom is nice, and it has a big enough closet. I haven't seen anything except for my apartment yet because of the virus. Everything is closed in the building except for the apartments. They provide three meals a day.

Reviewer031120

4

March 20, 2020

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother has moved into Copperfield Estates, and so far so good. They've been coming in and cleaning regularly enough to where she's happy with what they're doing. They have bingo, ice cream socials, and movie nights. They have a lot of activities, but she has not yet participated in a lot of it yet. They have a nice little room with a big screen TV. There's a lady who comes in and reminds her about her medications, and my mother likes her. The food is okay.

Map of Houston, Texas

Assisted Living Costs in Houston

According to the Genworth 2018 Cost of Care study, the average monthly cost of assisted living in Houston is just between the national average ($4,000) and the state average ($3,795). When compared with Austin, the capital of Texas, the cost of assisted living in Houston is more than $1,000 lower. In smaller cities throughout Texas, such as El Paso ($2,250) and Corpus Christi ($2,975), the monthly cost of assisted living is considerably less than in Houston.

Cost of Assisted Living Comparison Chart

Houston

$3,863

National average

$4,000

State average

$3,795

Austin

$5,190

Brownsville

$3,472

Corpus Christi

$2,975

El Paso

$2,250

San Antonio

$3,975

Waco

$3,695

Care Cost Comparison

The type of care required is the most significant factor that influences the cost of senior care in Houston and throughout the country. In Houston, the cost of nursing home care is more than $1,000 higher than the cost of assisted living. When compared with home care, the cost of assisted living is only slightly less. However, it’s important to consider other costs that are associated with continuing to live in the home when budgeting for home care, such as rent, utilities, groceries and home maintenance, which make home care a far more expensive option. Cost of Homemaker/Home Health Aide Comparison Chart

  • Assisted living: $3,863
  • Homemaker services: $3,909
  • Home health aide: $4,099
  • Adult day health: $1,300
  • Nursing home care (semiprivate room): $5,095

 

Cost of Homemaker/Home Health Aide Comparison Chart

Assisted living

$3,863

Homemaker services

$3,909

Home health aide

$4,099

Adult day health

$1,300

Nursing home care (semiprivate room)

$5,095

Financial Assistance for Assisted Living in Houston

Medicaid in Texas

Texas’ STAR+PLUS is the state’s Medicaid managed care program. It’s specifically designed for residents of Texas who are living with disabilities and those who are aged 65 or older. The program covers a range of services including assisted living or home care, access to medical care, case management and social support.

Senior applicants of this program must be 65 years of age or older and reside in Texas. They must also fall under one of the following categories:
 

  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients
  • Eligible for the STAR+PLUS Home and Community Based Services waiver
  • Medicaid recipients accessing the program through a Social Security exclusion program
  • Seniors residing in a nursing home while receiving Medicaid
  • Those enrolled in Medicaid’s Breast and Cervical Cancer program

 


It’s also necessary for applicants to require full-time support and assistance with daily living or to require full-time medical supervision. To be approved for the STAR+PLUS program, seniors must also meet the financial eligibility requirements of the program, as follows:

 

 

 

  • Individual income may not exceed $750 per month
  • Individual assets may not exceed a value of $2,000, excluding the applicant’s home

 


This program is capped and only accepts a specified number of applicants each year. Seniors must re-apply annually to continue in the program. Further details about eligibility and how to apply can be obtained by calling 1-866-566-8989.

 

 

Other Financial Assistance Programs for Assisted Living

Community First Choice

The CFC option is part of the state’s Medicaid program. It’s designed to help seniors avoid further institutionalization by providing medical care and regular nurse visits to those who reside in assisted living facilities or who are receiving home care. The program provides seniors the chance to choose care providers when possible.

CFC is an entitlement program, which means that the eligibility requirements are more flexible. Applicants must be 65 years of age or older and require daily support to be eligible for this program. Applicants are also required to meet the financial eligibility requirements of the state Medicaid program. For more information on eligibility and how to apply, seniors can contact 1-866-566-8989.

Community Care for the Aged and Disabled (CCAD)

The CCAD program is a non-Medicaid program that’s run by the state of Texas’ Department of Health and Human Services. The program provides care options to seniors who choose to remain in their home or who live in an assisted living facility.

To be eligible, seniors must be residents of Texas who are not receiving Medicaid. They must also require daily care and meet the program’s financial requirements, as follows:

 

 

  • Individual income may not exceed $2,250 per month
  • Individual assets may not exceed a value of $5,000



  • To apply, seniors can visit their local Aging and Disability Resource Center or call 1-855-937-2372.

    Optional State Supplement

    Seniors who require additional financial support to help pay for the cost of room and board in an assisted living facility or long-term care home may apply for an optional state supplement(OSS). OSS payments are provided to seniors who receive long-term care and are a supplement to federal SSI payments.

    The amount of OSS received is calculated based on the senior’s income and budgetary needs. Seniors can apply by contacting the Texas Department of Health and Human Services at 1-855-937-2372.

 

 

Assisted Living Resources in Houston

Senior Community Centers in Houston

Senior centers in the Houston area offer a range of services to seniors including peer support groups, social activities, fitness classes, congregate meals and education programs.

Jim and JoAnn Fonteno Senior Education Center
6600 Bissonnet Street Houston, Texas 77074
(713) 981-4703

West University Senior Center and Community Building
6104 Auden Street West University Place, Texas 77005
(713) 662-5895

South Houston Senior Center
1007 State Street South Houston, Texas 77587
(713) 977-7700

Hardy Senior Center
11901 West Hardy Road Houston, Texas 77076
(281) 260-6772

Houston Area Agency on Aging

Area Agencies on Aging provide seniors with access to services and support including Medicaid and benefits assistance, case management services and other resources that can provide seniors with day-to-day services. Harris County Area Agency on Aging
8000 North Stadium Drive Houston, Texas 77054
(832) 393-4301

Veterans Affairs

Some seniors may be eligible for additional assistance with financial and medical needs through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Seniors can visit their local VA office to inquire about programs and eligibility requirements.

VA Houston Regional Benefit Office
6900 Almeda Road Houston, Texas 77030
1-800-827-1000

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