The 15 Best Assisted Living Facilities in Cedar Rapids, IA

Searching for assisted living in Cedar Rapids, IA can be a challenge; luckily we can help. Seniorly can help you quickly and easily sort through all the different assisted living communities in Cedar Rapids, so that you can find the one that best suits your family's needs. Filter Cedar Rapids assisted living communities by price, amenity, and other features to find your top contenders. Once you have a list of assisted living facilities you're interested in, you have the option to get in touch with a Seniorly Partner Advisor. Our Partner Advisors are local, and can offer you the inside scoop on senior living communities in Cedar Rapids as well as schedule tours for you, and even accompany you on tours. They are experts in helping seniors find the ideal new home where they can thrive. Start narrowing your search for assisted living communities in Cedar Rapids today.
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Arbor Place 1

1. Arbor Place

1224 13th St NW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52405Assisted Living · Memory Care
RidgeView Assisted Living 1

2. RidgeView Assisted Living

2975 F Avenue Nw, Cedar Rapids, IA 52405Assisted Living
Prairie Hills Cedar Rapids 1

3. Prairie Hills Cedar Rapids

2903 F Avenue Nw, Cedar Rapids, IA 52405Assisted Living · Memory Care · Independent Living
Village Ridge Assisted Living 1

4. Village Ridge Assisted Living

365 Marion Blvd, Marion, IA 52302Assisted Living · Memory Care
The Views 1

5. The Views

2975 and 3005 F Avenue NW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52405Assisted Living · Memory Care
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The Views of Marion 1

6. The Views of Marion

720 Oakbrook Drive, Marion, IA 52302Assisted Living · Memory Care · Independent Living
Irving Point 1

7. Irving Point

910 7th Avenue Se, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401Assisted Living
The Keystones of Cedar Rapids 1

8. The Keystones of Cedar Rapids

6325 Rockwell Drive NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402Assisted Living · Memory Care · Independent Living
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9. Evergreen Estates I

3410 12Th Avenue Sw, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404Assisted Living
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10. Promise House

1320 Litchfield Dr, Hiawatha, IA 52233Assisted Living · Board and Care Home · Memory Care
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11. MeadowView Memory Care Village

3005 F Avenue NW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52405Assisted Living · Memory Care · Independent Living
Located in NW Cedar Rapids at 2975 & 3005 F Ave just off Edgewood Rd NW, our Cedar Rapids location offers a beautiful way of living and has set our standard for senior living. Caring staff is available 24-hours a day to offer support with activities of daily living providing our residents and their family members peace of mind. Meanwhile, a full schedule of activities and outings enhance each resi...
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12. Garnett Place

202 35th St Dr Se, Cedar Rapids, IA 52403Assisted Living
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13. Grand Living at Indian Creek

325 Collins Road SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52403Assisted Living · Memory Care · Independent Living
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14. The Keystones of Cedar Rapids

6126 Rockwell DR NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52492Assisted Living
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15. Emery Place

901 South Mentzer Road, Robins, IA 52328Assisted Living · Memory Care
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16. Bickford Cottage Marion

1100 Linden Dr, Marion, IA 52302Assisted Living
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17. Always Best Care Cedar Valley, IA (Jesse Ruhinda)

2050 Boyson Road, Ste 100, Hiawatha, IA 52233Assisted Living
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18. LivWell Seniors (Marcie Durian)

3414 18th Street, Iowa City/Cedar Rapids, IA 52722Assisted Living
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19. Summit Pointe

3505 English Glen Avenue, Marion, IA 52302Assisted Living · Memory Care · Independent Living
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Explore other types of communities in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Assisted Living
For seniors who need some help with daily activities and want a supportive community that’s active, social, and engaging.
Independent Living
For active older adults who want to downsize to a home in a retirement community but don’t need help to live independently.
Skilled Nursing Facilities
For seniors with more serious medical needs who require skilled care following a hospitalization, illness, or surgery.
Memory Care
A supervised and secured community designed to support engagement and quality of life for residents living with dementia.
Board and Care Home
Homes in residential neighborhoods that are equipped and staffed to provide daily care for a small number of residents.
Active Adult Communities (55+)
Communities of houses and apartments for residents 55 and older who live independently, enjoying an active, social lifestyle.

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Understanding the Cost of Assisted Living
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Frequently Asked Questions About Assisted Living

Assisted Living Facilities near Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Getting Ready to Move to Assisted Living in Cedar Rapids

Moving into assisted living near you in Cedar Rapids is a big step for seniors and their loved ones. All sorts of details have to be taken care of in advance to make the transition go smoothly. If you're planning a move, it's best to give yourself a couple of months to put things in order first. These items are on most new residents' checklists for getting ready for assisted living:

  • Medical exams. Most assisted living communities require some kind of medical certification for new residents before the move can be finalized. This can usually be done in a single physical exam, where the doctor does a routine check-up and administers a neurological exam to check for signs of Alzheimer's disease, dementia or other signs the senior might need a higher level of care than assisted living.
  • Temporary storage. Putting furniture and other possessions into storage is common before a move into assisted living. These items can generally be retrieved and moved in later on, when everything settles down after the move, but it's best to bring as few things as possible into the new community at first.
  • Visit properties. It's a good idea to start scheduling facility tours as soon as you have a short list of potential new communities. Give yourselves as much time as you can to visit the properties you're interested in, meet staff and fellow residents and get your questions answered by the people who live and work there. This takes time, so most people start early and visit as many places as they can.
  • Financial planning. Budgeting for assisted living takes effort, even if the final monthly cost is less than you were already paying for in-home health aides. Before moving into assisted living in Cedar Rapids, honestly assess your finances and budget for the expected cost. It helps if you get a formal price quote during your in-person visit.

How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Cedar Rapids?

Assisted living in Cedar Rapids costs an average of $3,925 a month, according to the Genworth Cost of Care survey. This is only slightly more expensive than the national average cost of $3,750 a month.

Though the cost of care in Cedar Rapids is somewhat higher than the national average, for many local seniors assisted living is a welcome way to save some money every month. Many aging citizens spend some time before moving into assisted living paying for a home health aide, which costs an average of $4,385 a month in Cedar Rapids.

Our local Seniorly Partner Agents often have the ability to negotiate monthly rent and fees on your behalf at many of the Cedar Rapids communities you might be interested in.  This is a free service to you.  To connect to a Seniorly Partner Agent email us now at or call (855) 866-4515.

What’s the Difference Between Assisted Living vs. Other Senior Care Types?

Assisted living is just one level of care that Cedar Rapids seniors can choose to manage their lifestyle. Other levels of care tend to focus more on medical needs seniors may have. These are the principal other options for seniors who need long-term residential care:

  • Skilled nursing. Skilled nursing care is for seniors who need daily attention from a nurse or other medical practitioner. Staff at nursing homes can generally administer medication and provide medical treatments, which assisted living staff generally can't.
  • Memory care. Memory care is for the long-term needs of seniors with Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other neurological issues. Residents in memory care get near-constant supervision in a safe environment, which is often located close to an associated assisted living community the senior may have lived in in the past.
  • Hospice/comfort care. When an illness has passed beyond the treatable stage, some people choose hospice care for their treatment. Hospice care focuses on providing as much comfort as possible and may be provided in a private home or in a hospice facility.