The 15 Best Assisted Living Facilities in Houston, TX

Searching for assisted living in Houston, TX can be a challenge; luckily we can help. Seniorly can help you quickly and easily sort through all the different assisted living communities in Houston, so that you can find the one that best suits your family's needs. Filter Houston 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 Houston 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 Houston today.
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Belmont Village West University 1

1. Belmont Village West University

2929 W Holcombe Blvd, Houston, TX 77025Assisted Living · Memory Care
Belmont Village West University is a luxury senior living community offering an independent living facility, assisted living community and memory care facility in the West University area of Houston, TX. The cost of the luxury senior housing starts at $5,200 a month, which includes all housekeeping and linen services. Floor plans include both studio and one-bedroom living spaces. The luxury retire...
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$5,204
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3. Brookdale The Heights

2121 Pinegate Dr, Houston, TX 77008Assisted Living · Memory Care
Brookdale The Heights is located in Houston and strives to provide personalized care to seniors who are in need of Assisted Living and Memory Care services. Each residents receives a personalized care plan before moving into the community. They strive to tailor the needs of each individual and support them with assistance with medication management, bathing, dressing and other activities of daily ...
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$4,831 - $6,563
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5. The Village Of The Heights

1407 Studewood, Houston, TX 77008Assisted Living · Memory Care
Near the excitement of Downtown Houston and the city's Theater District lies The Village of the Heights, a memory care and luxury assisted living community. The cost for assisted living starts around $4,735. This price is higher than the average rate of $3,863 per month in Houston, TX. This luxury assisted living property offers its residents several options in generous living spaces, including st...
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$5,201
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6. The Village of River Oaks

1015 S. Shepherd Drive, Houston, TX 77019Assisted Living · Memory Care · Independent Living
Along the curving waters of Buffalo Bayou lies The Village of River Oaks, a luxury assisted living, independent living, and memory care community. The cost for accommodations in the assisted living residence starts around $4,895 a month. This price is higher than the average rate per month of $3,863 in Houston, TX. This luxury senior living community offers a choice of generous living spaces, with...
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$4,937
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7. The Village of Southampton

5020 Kelvin Drive, Houston, TX 77005Assisted Living · Memory Care · Independent Living
$4,656
/month
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8. The Reserve at Braeswood

7800 N Stadium Dr, Houston, TX 77030Assisted Living · Memory Care
The Reserve at Braeswood in Houston provides memory care in an intimate environment. Making every effort to make the Center feel like home, the Center allows residents to have a cat or a dog and takes special note to celebrate residents’ birthdays and anniversaries. Balloon tennis, pet therapy, hand bells, singing, Sabbath and Catholic services, Spanish classes, and high tea are all events and a...
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$5,184
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9. Elmcroft Of Braeswood

2555 S Braeswood, Houston, TX 77025Assisted Living
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10. Autumn Grove Heights

1405 West 24th Street, Houston, TX 77008Assisted Living · Board and Care Home
$3,706
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11. Silverado Houston at Hermann Park Memory Care Community

5600 Chenevert St, Houston, TX 77004Skilled Nursing Facility · Assisted Living
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12. Cullen Residence Hall

810 Marston Dr, Houston, TX 77019Assisted Living
$4,159
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13. Care Matters

4702 Hirsch Rd, Houston, TX 77026Assisted Living · Board and Care Home
$3,515
/month
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14. Briardale Treatment Center

#4 Briardale Ct, Houston, TX 77027Assisted Living · Board and Care Home
$3,505
/month
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15. MorningStar at River Oaks

2315 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77098Assisted Living
$3,825
/month
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16. Loving Care Personal Care Home

2119 Isabella, Houston, TX 77004Assisted Living · Board and Care Home
$4,003
/month
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17. Fountain Of Life Housing

2319 Pannell Street, Houston, TX 77026Assisted Living · Board and Care Home
$3,790
/month
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18. Jolivettes Care Center

6627 Calhoun, Houston, TX 77021Assisted Living · Board and Care Home
$3,497
/month
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19. The Lighthouse Of Houston Group Home I

820 A Marston st, Houston, TX 77019Assisted Living
$3,924
/month
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20. Lovett Place

808 Lovett Blvd, Houston, TX 77006Assisted Living · Board and Care Home
$3,697
/month
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Explore other types of communities in Houston, Texas

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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Assisted Living Facilities near Houston, Texas

Getting Ready to Move to Assisted Living in Houston

The decision to move to an assisted living community near you in Houston is not one that is made overnight. Seniors, together with family members and medical professionals, should consider a variety of factors when making this decision. It's a good idea to include a medical professional who can determine the needs of the individual from a healthcare standpoint. With that information in hand, individuals, family members, and loved ones can then take the next steps in selecting an assisted living community in Houston.

It's important to keep a variety of factors in mind. The level of assistance required, current mental condition of the individual, ability to remain socially engaged, and level of supervision and assistance needed all impact what type of assisted living community is chosen. Before making a final selection, seniors and family members should visit those locations under consideration to get a feel for each senior living community and compare its programs, services, activities and available levels of care.

How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Houston?

The average monthly cost of assisted living in Houston is $3,750 according to the Genworth Cost of Care Calculator.

The average assisted living property in Texas costs $3,515 per month, which is just below the U.S. national average of $3,750 per month. The size of the Houston area and the variety of assisted living communities result in lower prices, with cities like Austin and San Antonio having the highest average costs in the state ($4,000 to $4,500 per month).

While prices can vary from city to city in the state, all assisted living facilities are impacted by a variety of basic and complex factors. The costs of assisted living in Houston vary based on the type of pricing schemes a community uses, such as community fee-based or all-inclusive pricing.

Other factors that can impact the cost of assisted living include but are not limited to:

  • Variety of amenities, programs, and services offered on site
  • Level of care provided beyond basic assisted living care
  • Type of residences available, such as studios or multi-room apartments with kitchens
  • All-day chartered excursions
  • Premier features such as pools, yoga studios and full gyms
  • Concierge services
  • Various types of senior living care and communities are available in the Houston area, with the level of care on site playing a big role in the costs. Generally, assisted living is more affordable than other care types because greater supervision and assistance aren't a necessity.

Assisted living facilities in Houston offer personal care assistance, medication management, mobility assistance and housekeeping as a basic level of service.

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

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

The difference between assisted living and other types of senior care is that assisted living sits on a spectrum between independent living and skilled nursing facilities, sometimes called nursing homes.

Here's a break down of the different types of care:

  • Independent living: None of the services offered in assisted living are typically offered.
  • In-home care: Nurses and other skilled senior caregivers provide care and assistance to seniors in their own home.
  • Short-term stay: These centers usually provide care for seniors recovering from surgery, injury or illness.
  • Hospice care: These facilities reserve space for those suffering from a terminal illness who require around-the-clock care and end-of-life services.