Cabot is a suburban community that’s home to 26,352 residents, including 2,793 senior citizens. It’s located in the heart of Central Arkansas just 20 miles northeast of Little Rock. The city has a number of parks, and it hosts an annual strawberry festival and other family-friendly events.

Assisted living is a convenient option for Cabot seniors who want extra support and added peace of mind but don’t require the medical services typically offered by nursing homes. These facilities provide access to 24-hour, on-call staff along with housekeeping and help with activities of daily living. The average monthly cost for this level of care is $3,125, which is well below the state and national medians. Cabot is also one of the more affordable areas for long-term care in Arkansas.

This guide includes information about assisted living facilities in Cabot, including how much they cost and how they’re regulated. It also includes details about local organizations that can help seniors and their families find and pay for long-term care.

Directory of Assisted Living Facilities in Cabot, AR

StoneBridge of Cabot

601 E Mountain Springs Road, Cabot, AR, 72023

Beautiful and clean place with wonderful people.
Beautiful and clean place with wonderful people.

Crestview Senior Living

3310 W Main St, Cabot, AR, 72023



Michael T. O’Brien Apartment Complex

1501 J. P. Wright Loop, Jacksonville, AR, 72076


Pathfinder, Inc. Howell Complex

415 Mulberry St, Jacksonville, AR, 72076


Pathfinder, Inc. Plaza Group Home

713 Poplar St, Jacksonville, AR, 72076




What to Consider About Assisted Living in Cabot

Assisted living facilities and residential care homes in Cabot and other parts of Arkansas are licensed by the Office of Long-Term Care, and must secure a permit from the Arkansas Health Services Permit Agency. Assisted living and other long-term care facilities are also subject to minimum staffing requirements and other regulations as per the state code.

Benefits and Drawbacks of Assisted Living in Cabot

  • More than a dozen hospitals are located within 25 miles of Cabot. These include the CHI St. Vincent Medical Center-North, the Arkansas Surgical Hospital and the nationally ranked UAMS Medical Center.
  • Retirees in Cabot benefit from a very low cost of living. Essentials, such as housing, health care, food and utilities, cost 15% less than the corresponding national averages, which is ideal for those on a fixed income.
  • Arkansas is a very tax-friendly state for retirees. It exempts Social Security benefits, military pensions and up to $6,000 of annual retirement income. Lonoke County also offers tax breaks for seniors aged 65 and older.
  • The climate in Cabot is pleasant. Seniors can benefit from an above-average number of sunny days and just three inches of snow annually. Summer highs are in the low 90s, and winter lows are just below freezing.
  • Cabot has a livability rating of 70, according to AreaVibes. It ranks best for its amenities and cost of living, and it receives its lowest ratings for schools and housing. Crime rates and employment opportunities receive middling grades.

Paying for Assisted Living in Cabot

Genworth Financial’s annual Cost of Care Survey shows the cost of assisted living in Cabot is $3,125 per month. This saves residents $1,175 per month compared to the national median of $4,300, and $375 compared to the statewide average.

The Cost of Assisted Living in Nearby Cities 

Assisted living in Cabot is also more affordable than in some other Arkansas cities, such as Fort Smith, Jonesboro and Hot Springs, where average rates range from $3,406 to $3,625 per month. However, in Pine Bluff, the average is just $2,350 per month, which is $775 lower than what seniors pay in Cabot and $1,150 lower than the statewide median.

$3125

Cabot

$3500

Arkansas

$4300

The United States

$3625

Hot Springs

$2350

Pine Bluff

$3406

Fort Smith

$3513

Jonesboro

The Cost of Other Types of Senior Care 

Assisted living is competitively priced compared to other forms of long-term care in the Cabot area. In-home care provided by a professional homemaker or home health aide costs $4,157 per month, which is $1,032 more. Adult day health care costs $2,167 per month, which represents savings of $958, but it doesn’t include accommodations or around-the-clock assistance. Nursing home facilities offer the most expensive type of long-term care in Cabot, at $6,083 for semiprivate and $6,920 for private accommodations.

$4157

Homemaker Services

$4157

Home Health Aide

$2167

Adult Day Health Care

$3125

Assisted Living Facility

$6083

Nursing Home Facility (semiprivate room)

$6920

Nursing Home Facility (private room)

Note: Care cost data for Cabot was not available, so data for the closest city, Little Rock, was used instead.

Financial Assistance for Assisted Living in Cabot

The Arkansas Division of Aging and Adult Services administers the Living Choices Assisted Living Waiver program, which may provide financial help to eligible seniors entering Level II assisted living facilities that are enrolled with the program.

Learn more about these programs, plus who’s eligible, on our Assisted Living in Arkansas page.

Financial Assistance for Assisted Living in Cabot

More Ways to Pay for Assisted Living

While many families use their own funds or personal assets to pay for assisted living, there are plenty of additional options to cover these costs. Some additional ways to finance assisted living costs include:

  • Veterans Benefits
  • Life Insurance Policy
  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Reverse Mortgage

For more information about different ways to finance assisted living, visit our Assisted Living in Arkansas page.

Free Assisted Living Resources in Cabot

Cabot residents have access to a number of agencies that promote healthy, informed aging. These organizations serve seniors, veterans and disabled adults as well as their relatives and caregivers. Learn more about these resources below.

ResourceContactService
CareLink(501) 372-5300CareLink is the Area Agency on Aging for seniors in Cabot and the surrounding areas. This nonprofit organization connects residents to community resources that help them navigate age-related challenges. The CareLink Fitness & Wellness Center in Little Rock offers innovative lifestyle programs for adults aged 40 and older. It can help residents access legal assistance and resources for long-term care planning, including health insurance counseling and advice from ombudsmen who are trained to deal with concerns related to assisted living.
Lonoke County Council on Aging(501) 676-6971The Lonoke County Council on Aging provides informational services and coordinated care to help area seniors age safely and independently. It operates five local senior centers and congregate meal sites, including a location in Cabot. Seniors aged 60 and older also qualify for free transportation for medical appointments, errands and social outings.
Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs(501) 683-2382Accredited veterans service officers with the ADVA can help former service members access a variety of government benefits, including health care, pensions, disability payments and tax breaks. Officers can also help seniors apply for supplemental pension payments that can cover the cost of assisted living through programs such as VA Aid & Attendance.
The PEAK Center(501) 843-2196Operated by the City of Cabot, the Peak Center provides a diverse calendar of year-round programs designed for adults aged 50 and older. The center focuses on helping seniors maintain their independence and build meaningful social connections. It also offers health screenings, such as blood pressure and glucose checks, in partnership with Baptist Health.

Assisted Living Laws and Regulations in Cabot

Cabot-area assisted living communities must adhere to the comprehensive set of state laws and regulations that all assisted living communities in Arkansas are required to follow. Visit our Assisted Living in Arkansas page for more information about these laws.

Assisted Living Laws and Regulations in Cabot