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Find the Best Assisted Living in Houston, TX

If you or your loved one needs help with daily tasks, assisted living could be the right option. But finding the right facility isn’t easy in a city with dozens of these communities. We created this guide by comparing the customer reviews and local availability of 52 businesses and choosing eight favorites from the top assisted living facilities in Houston.

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Bedford Residence Assisted Living Read Author Review

Offers assisted living and memory care at its facility in Houston. Activities include nature walks, board games, arts and crafts, social events and religious service visits.

Ella Springs Senior Living Community Read Author Review

Offers assisted living and memory care services in Houston. Amenities include a movie theater, dog park and walking paths. Select between multiple apartment sizes.

Fairbanks Court Assisted Living Read Author Review

Offers assisted living and memory care in Houston. Provides religious services, full-time staffing, furnished living spaces and dining service. Specializes in caring for residents with Alzheimer’s disease.

North Houston Transitional Care Read Author Review

Offers assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation at its Houston facility. Provides a wellness program and gym and a dining room and pub. Supplies a calendar of scheduled activities for residents.

Northgate Assisted Living Read Author Review

Offers assisted living at its small facility in Houston. Amenities include movie nights, parties and celebrations, a fire safety system, beauty services, music therapy and games.

Sweet Home Assisted Living Read Author Review

Offers assisted living or respite care in Houston. Amenities include 24-hour staff, laundry and housekeeping, pet therapy, a calendar of events and a planned monthly shopping event.

The Village of River Oaks Read Author Review

Offers assisted living, independent living, memory care and respite care in Houston. Activities include scheduled book clubs, movie nights, fitness and game clubs and community parties.

Treemont Retirement Community Read Author Review

Offers assisted living, independent living and respite care at its facility in Houston. Includes walking paths, an outdoor patio, a large garden, a library and a health care center.

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Benefits of assisted living in Houston

When you’re searching for an assisted living facility, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of these communities. One benefit is that assisted living facilities are regulated by Texas Health and Human Services, which licenses them as Type A or Type B facilities based on whether residents need help evacuating during an emergency and whether they need nighttime attendance.

Other benefits of assisted living in Houston include:

  • There are over 190 assisted living facilities in Houston, so older adults have many options.
  • The State of Texas is considered tax-friendly toward older adults. There is no state income tax; Social Security retirement benefits and all retirement incomes are tax-free. The state does not tax withdrawals from retirement accounts.
  • The climate in Houston is humid subtropical, with mostly sunny and bright weather throughout the year. Older adults who prefer warmer conditions will enjoy Houston, with its average high temperatures during summer and its mild winters.
  • The Cost of Living Index in Houston is lower than in 63 other U.S. cities, according to Numbeo at the time of publishing, even though Houston is one of the largest cities in the country.

How much does assisted living cost in Houston?

On average, the cost of assisted living facilities in Houston ranges from $3,500 to $4,500 per month. Some of the factors that affect price are the type of apartment you choose, the level of care you or a loved one requires and the amenities offered by the community.

As you are getting quotes from assisted living facilities in Houston, be mindful of your budget. Ask what services can be adjusted to lower the price, if necessary. Most facility representatives are open to reducing services to find a package that fits your budget.

In Houston, low-income individuals who qualify can benefit from the STAR+PLUS Medicaid managed care program to pay for some assisted living services. Other options to help pay for assisted living include veterans benefits, life insurance, long-term care insurance and reverse mortgages.

Houston assisted living FAQ

What is assisted living?
Assisted living facilities provide long-term care and housing for older adults. They combine assistance with daily living activities (e.g., bathing, getting dressed, taking medication) with a degree of independence. Older adults in assisted living communities have access to recreational and social activities and on-site amenities.
How long do people live in assisted living in Houston?
On average, residents stay in assisted living facilities for about 28 months.
What services are offered in assisted living facilities in Houston?
Assisted living facilities in Houston offer residence, meals, personal care services and medication management. Personal care services include help with eating, dressing and bathing and general supervision of physical and mental well-being.

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    Houston assisted living community information

    North Houston Transitional Care

    At North Houston Transitional Care, older adults can receive assisted living, skilled nursing and post-acute rehabilitation services. Amenities include spacious rooms, a wellness gym, restaurant-style dining, a pub and a theater room. For further information about North Houston Transitional Care, call, email or fill out the online form.

    • Located in: Houston
    • Address: 9814 Grant Road, Houston, TX 77070
    • Phone: (281) 547-0123
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    Treemont Retirement Community

    Treemont Retirement Community offers assisted living, independent living, short-term respite care, skilled nursing and retirement living. Older adults can enjoy amenities such as walking paths in the garden, an outside patio, a library, a musical area and a health care center. Fill out a form on Treemont Retirement Community’s website to get a free brochure or schedule a free tour.

    • Located in: Houston
    • Address: 2501 Westerland Drive, Houston, TX 77063
    • Phone: (713) 783-6820
    • Website:
    The Village of River Oaks

    At The Village of River Oaks, residents can choose between assisted living, independent living, memory care and respite care. Some of the amenities that the facility offers include restaurant-style dining, transportation to outdoor activities and luxury apartments. Call or fill out a form online for more information. The parent company, Retirement Center Management, also has communities in Katy, Richmond and Spring.

    • Located in: Houston
    • Address: 1015 S. Shepherd Drive, Houston, TX 77019
    • Phone: (346) 800-6064
    • Website:
    Ella Springs Senior Living Community

    Ella Springs Senior Living Community specializes in assisted living and memory care. At the facility, older adults enjoy the movie theater, BBQ pavilion, dog park, dining rooms and walking paths, as well as upgradable features and a variety of apartment sizes. Fill out a form on the website to set up a guided, personal tour.

    • Located in: Houston
    • Address: 16700 Ella Blvd., Houston, TX 77090
    • Phone: (281) 994-9806
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    Northgate Assisted Living

    Northgate Assisted Living provides assisted living for older adults. It offers an array of activities, such as movies, birthday parties, holiday celebrations, music therapy and games. It has beauty services, wander guards, home-cooked meals and 24-hour care.

    • Located in: Houston
    • Address: 14902 Welcome Lane, Houston, TX 77014
    • Phone: (832) 853-7178
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    Bedford Residence Assisted Living

    Older adults at Bedford Residence Assisted Living can receive assisted living and memory care services. At the facility, residents enjoy exercise and nature walks, arts and crafts, church visits, board games and social events. Check out the website for a virtual tour.

    • Located in: Houston
    • Address: 11718 Bedford St., Houston, TX 77031
    • Phone: (281) 498-3301
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    Sweet Home Assisted Living

    At Sweet Home Assisted Living, residents can get assisted living and respite care. Some of the amenities at the facility include a covered patio, monthly computer training, weekly room cleaning, a health and wellness center and gardening. Call Sweet Home Assisted Living to arrange a tour.

    • Located in: Houston
    • Address: 13820 Eagle Pass, Houston, TX 77015
    • Phone: (713) 450-3222
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    Fairbanks Court Assisted Living

    Residents at Fairbanks Court Assisted Living can receive assisted living or Alzheimer’s care, as well as other forms of supervision. They benefit from 24-hour assistance, a full-time nurse, fully furnished bedrooms, access to physicians and dining. Call or email to schedule a tour at Fairbanks Court Assisted Living.

    • Located in: Houston
    • Address: 7810 Trentway St., Houston, TX 77040
    • Phone: (713) 690-1344
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    by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

    Sandi Pope previously worked in the nonprofit sector as an advocate for environmental and social change and believes information access is a human right. As a member of the ConsumerAffairs Research Team, she seeks to provide consumers with the necessary information needed in making life-altering decisions.