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North Carolina Assisted Living

If your parent or loved one looking for assisted living in North Carolina There is numerous homes across The Tar Heel State that will provide the services and healthcare required . General care include help with medication and food as well as bathing, dressing and using toilet facilities. Assisted Living Center provides you three options for finding the right North Carolina assisted living housing close to your city. Choose any of the NC cities below, use our 800 number, or use the search tool to the right find facilities in North Carolina by zip code. North Carolina assisted living communities offer housing to groups of seniors with several services including housekeeping, personal care and supervision, one or more meals a day. The services can be provided by the facility itself, or a senior health agency can be hired to do it. Assisted living in North Carolina falls into one of two categories. The first is Adult Care Homes, which provides all meals and has a higher standard of care than a Multi-unit assisted housing facility that only provides one meal a day and is not permitted to have residents that require a high level of care.

Assisted Living in North Carolina by City

We have over 260 listings of assisted living facilities in our North Carolina directory. Discover assisted living located near you with the city links below. The facility profiles provide extensive facts on amenities, services, fees, and more. You can also hone your results by zip code with the Assisted Living Facility Search tool in the right column of this page or allow our professionals to do the work for you and call 888-857-0838.

North Carolina Assisted Living Cost

Monthly assisted living prices in North Carolina can vary from $1,700 and $3,100, and average fees in North Carolina is about $2,200. The cost of North Carolina assisted living can also vary subject to what the senior requires. There are plenty of North Carolina homes that have a standard monthly fee for the unit, and more fees may be added if necessary. Several facilities may also have a one-time move in fee. You should also bear in mind that fees could increase as additional services are supplemented to the regular costs.

NC Assisted Living Associations & Resources

North Carolina Assisted Living Association (NCALA)
NC Adult Care Licensure