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Complete listing of 617 licensed assisted living homes in North Carolina for the year 2019. Are you looking for senior living communities, assisted living facilities or senior housing in North Carolina? On Senior Living Map, you can find every licensed assisted living facility and senior living community in North Carolina. If you are looking for an assisted living facility in any part of North Carolina with helpful staff who will assist with all daily living activities such as taking a bath, getting dressed, eating, moving around, please look through the facility listings below. Senior living communities in North Carolina include pet-friendly options, religion-based facilities that include Catholic, Jewish, Christian communities and others, North Carolina continuing care facilities, memory and dementia care homes and more. You can enter your city or county, or you can also use the search box above to find an assisted living community in North Carolina that is nearby.

Don't see your city/town/village on the list? Please use our search bar at the top of the page to search through 617 senior living options from 249 cities, towns and villages in North Carolina. Simply enter your city name or zip code.

Why look for assisted living in North Carolina?

North Carolina has a population of over 10 million, even though it is rarely noted for being that dense. The southern state of Georgia is comparable in terms of number of people, while fellow neighbor South Carolina only garners half the population. While many retirees flee to warmer climates to avoid the dreadful winter, for others they prefer four distinct seasons which makes North Carolina noteworthy. Though they do have a winter, it is still far less severe than the northern states, yet provides a nice mix.

North Carolina offers senior citizens small town charm, though major cities are in every direction and not too far away, a couple even less than an hour away. Charlotte is of good size, but is still not considered a major city by many.

Additionally, North Carolina is home to some fine higher institutions of learning, particularly Duke University which specializes in medical advances and is perfect for older adults who like continued learning during retirement. The health care in North Carolina is of high quality as well, with some ground-breaking research coming out of it every few years.

North Carolina Assisted Living - Cost

The Top 5 Most Affordable Cities for Assisted Living in North Carolina per month:

  1. Red Springs, NC - $3,195
  2. Star, NC - $3,265
  3. Gaston, NC - $3,300
  4. Wadesboro, NC - $3,325
  5. Mayodan, NC - $3,345

The Top 5 Most Expensive Cities for Assisted Living in North Carolina:

  1. Wake Forest, NC - $4,430
  2. Cary, NC - $4,370
  3. Raleigh, NC - $4,340
  4. Chapel Hill, NC - $4,235
  5. Mooresville, NC - $4,200

The Top 5 Most Affordable Counties in North Carolina for Assisted Living per month:

  1. Montgomery County - $3,245
  2. Northampton County - $3,300
  3. Robeson County - $3,315
  4. Anson County - $3,330
  5. Rutherford County - $3,385

The Top 5 Most Expensive Counties in North Carolina for Assisted Living:

  1. Wake County - $4,310
  2. Orange County - $4,240
  3. Chatham County - $4,130
  4. Lincoln County - $4,125
  5. Mecklenburg County - $4,050

Types of Assisted Living Available in North Carolina

North Carolina has different types of assisted living based on need. Some assisted living units offer only personal care or directed personal care, while others are supervisory by nature. Some offer a combination of all three.

Feel free to reach out to different senior living providers in North Carolina, schedule an appointment, receive a personal tour, and ask questions about their specific services and features.

Paying for Assisted Living in North Carolina

North Carolina offers financial assistance for senior living through the CAP/DA Medicaid Waiver, regardless of type of senior living, though it tends to provide funds more for nursing home residents than assisted living.

The Medicaid State Plan Personal Care option as well as the Adult Care Home Assistance program are worth checking as well if you require additional financial assistance paying for senior care.

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