93 Assisted Living Facilities Near Palm Harbor, FL
There are a total of 93 Assisted Living in the Palm Harbor area, with 11 in Palm Harbor and 82 nearby.
The average cost of assisted living in Palm Harbor is $2,920 per month.
To help you with your search, browse the 523 reviews below for assisted living facilities in Palm Harbor. On average, consumers rate assisted living in Palm Harbor 2.9 out of 5 stars.
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11 Assisted Living Facilities in Palm Harbor, FL
82 Assisted Living Facilities near Palm Harbor, FL
Review of Countryside Haven
Countryside Haven was a nice place. The people were very nice and spent a lot of time with me. It was not fancy at all but it was very clean and seemed adequate. It looked like they were doing a go... Read more
Review of Bayou Gardens
My husband moved into Bayou Gardens, and the first night they had a fire which scared everyone. The second night he opened the front door and went out. The third night, he was stuck in someone's el... Read more
Review of Stratford Court of Palm Harbor
Stratford Court of Palm Harbor was a big place. The lady who spoke with us was very helpful. I liked the place, but it was not the right fit for my mom-in-law. The care was good, and we saw an apar... Read more
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