Assisted Living Facilities near Houston, Texas

Caring Star 2016

Belmont Village West University

Houston, TX 77025

Caring Star 2016

Elmcroft of Braeswood

Houston, TX 77025


Good Living Community Care Inc I

Houston, TX 77057


Belmont Village Hunters Creek

Houston, TX 77063


The Plaza at The Buckingham

Houston, TX 77063


The Cottage of Spring Branch

Houston, TX 77080


Treemont Retirement Community

Houston, TX 77063


New Beginnings Senior Estates

Houston, TX 77031

Caring Star 2015

Atria Westchase

Houston, TX 77082


Bedford Residence and Health Care Ser...

Houston, TX 77031


The Abbey at Westminister Plaza

Houston, TX 77082

Caring Star 2015

Elmcroft of Cy-Fair

Houston, TX 77065


Light Heart Memory Care

Houston, TX 77062

Mallow Place

Houston, TX 77033

Lovett Place

Houston, TX 77006

Unique House

Houston, TX 77021

Cost of Living
Houston is an affordable place to live compared to many cities of its size. Of the 20 most populous metropolitan areas, Houston ranks third for lowest cost of living. It is below the national average, and offers residents a high quality of life with plenty of amenities. Assisted living options in Houston start around $1800 per month and average around $3,500.

Assisted Living Options
There’s a lot of variety in Houston’s assisted living choices. You can find communities of all sizes, including facilities that offer memory care, various types of rehabilitation, respite care and other targeted services. While most of the area’s communities are comprised of multifamily buildings with one-, two- and three-bedroom units, there are also several communities that have single-family homes and house more independent seniors looking for minimal assistance.

Amenities at these communities include organized events and activities, wellness programs, 24/7 nursing care, fitness programs, and well-rounded dining options. Many assisted living facilities have help in place for daily activities like toileting, bathing, dressing, medication management and transportation.

Houston is made up of many neighborhoods, and assisted living communities are scattered throughout the city. Some of the more popular neighborhoods include Tanglewood, which has easy access to upscale shopping and dining, oak-lined streets and a luxurious vibe. For a more rural feel, the Klein neighborhood is a good choice. Neighborhoods like the Energy Corridor, Montrose and The Heights are more urban. Some parts of the city with a mix of urban and suburban features are Cottage Grove and the master-planned community of Pearland.

Transportation Options
Many of Houston’s assisted living communities offer transportation for their residents. However, the city also operates the Houston METRO, and residents can also use the free Greenlink buses or hire a taxi. Houston is a walkable city for those who can manage, and pedestrian safety is a priority as the city continues to grow.

Healthcare Options
The heart and size of Houston’s medical center has surpassed even Dallas. In one central location you’ll find Memorial Hermann Cancer Center, Kindred Hospital Houston Medical Center, Saint Joseph Medical Center and the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center. Many highly ranked medical services are available within city limits, and there is a well-known geriatric care center at the Baylor College of Medicine.

Local Outings and Activities
Assisted living residents in Houston and their families will find plenty of attractions in the area. Many assisted living communities in the area offer organized excursions to local cultural sites, such as NASA’s Johnson Space Center or the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Other top attractions include the Downtown Aquarium, the Museum of Fine Arts or one of Houston’s theaters. For sports fans, Houston is home to the Rockets and Astros.

Most assisted living communities in Houston host their own activities in addition to planning outings. Games, movies, spiritual services, hobby clubs and other social events are a part of life for assisted living residents in the area. Communities will also plan outings to local restaurants, shopping centers such as The Galleria, or popular outdoor areas like Bayou Bend Collections and Gardens and the Mercer Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Many assisted living communities in Houston are located near shopping and recreation centers, churches and community centers.

Weather and Climate
Houston has a year-round mild climate that averages only 18 days of weather colder than 32 degrees or less. Although the days can get warmer in the summer, temperatures very rarely reach 100. Houston has a growing season that is around 300 days per year, and the city has had just 14 measurable snowfalls since 1939.

Many months that are harsh for the rest of the country are pleasant in Houston. In December through January the average high is between 62-67 degrees. Rainfall is averages about 50 inches per year.

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