Assisted Living Facilities near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Schenley Gardens

Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Caring Star 2014

Sunrise of McCandless

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Caring Star 2015

Sunrise of Upper St. Clair

Pittsburgh, PA 15241

Caring Star 2016

Juniper Village at Forest Hills

Pittsburgh, PA 15221


The Pines of Mount Lebanon

Pittsburgh, PA 15228

Caring Star 2015

Harbour Senior Living of South Hills

Pittsburgh, PA 15220


Asbury Heights

Pittsburgh, PA 15243


Holy Family Manor

Pittsburgh, PA 15229


Weinberg Terrace PCH

Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Caring Star 2015

Brookdale Mt. Lebanon

Pittsburgh, PA 15226

Caring Star 2014

Atria South Hills

Pittsburgh, PA 15236

Caring Star 2015

Concordia at Ridgewood Place

Pittsburgh, PA 15239

Vincentian Home

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Marian Hall Home

Pittsburgh, PA 15202

Sherwood Oaks

Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Asbury Place

Pittsburgh, PA 15243

Upper Rooms Vista

Pittsburgh, PA 15214

Riverview Manor

Pittsburgh, PA 15214

Canterbury Place

Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Henderson House

Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Sts Peter and Paul Home

Pittsburgh, PA 15212

The Citadel Residence

Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Village at Pennwood

Pittsburgh, PA 15221

Providence Point

Pittsburgh, PA 15243

Brentwood Care Center

Pittsburgh, PA 15227

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