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The 10 Best Assisted Living Facilities in Las Vegas, NV

Carefree retirement is all about living well and playing more, and Las Vegas is arguably the perfect place for that. While America’s Playground is teeming with world-class entertainment, exciting gaming facilities, Michelin-rated restaurants and five-star services, this world-renowned city also benefits fun-loving seniors with a comfortable desert climate and non-gambling activities. Beyond being called Sin City, it has plenty of surrounding national parks, private and public golf courses, local arts and culture and family-friendly attractions that allow bonding opportunities with grandchildren.

See our curated top 10 assisted living facilities below to find the ideal community for you or your loved one in Fabulous Las Vegas. Additionally, find out more about the cost of assisted living in Las Vegas and what financial assistance programs are available.

Atria Seville

Atria Seville is in The Pueblo village of the affluent Summerlin North neighborhood. It’s close to Pueblo Park, the TPC Summerlin golf course and Summerlin Hospital. We included this pet-friendly independent and assisted living community in our top 10 list for its vibrant atmosphere and elegant amenities. It has two charming courtyards with covered patios, barbecue areas and resident-tended gardens. In addition to tastefully designed living and dining rooms, there’s a fitness center, arts and crafts room, library and 24-hour bistro. On-site activities include painting, live entertainment, themed events and intergenerational programs.

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  • Weekly wellness clinics
  • Planned outings to casinos, Tivoli Village Shopping Center and the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

The Wentworth of Las Vegas

We added The Wentworth of Las Vegas in our list for its upscale contemporary amenities and attractive location. This Elegance assisted living and memory care community in The Lakes neighborhood is a block away from scenic Lake Sahara. It’s also near Canyon Gate Country Club, Village Square Shopping Center and the Sahara West Library. Residents can socialize in the facility’s restaurant-style dining room, fireside movie theater, fish tank lounge and game and billiards room. Enriching activities include morning meditations, chair aerobics, sing-alongs and happy hours. ADA-compliant transportation is provided for outings and medical appointments. Families can stay in touch with their resident loved ones via LifeLoop.

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Acacia Springs

With plenty of amenities to keep residents engaged and busy, Acacia Springs makes one of our top picks. This independent and assisted living community in Spring Valley is close to Grand Canyon Parkway Shopping Center. It has an enclosed outdoor pool and jacuzzi, and the main courtyard has a putting green. Residents also have access to the facility’s fitness center, game and billiards room, cinema-style theater and well-stocked library and computer center. The monthly calendar of activities includes morning exercises, arts and crafts, baking, cocktail hours and scenic drives. To support residents who require rehabilitative care, Acacia Springs partners with professional therapy providers.

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Pacifica Senior Living San Martin

Conveniently situated next to the San Martin Campus of Dignity Health St. Rose Dominican Hospital, Pacifica Senior Living San Martin is our top recommendation for seniors who want quick access to state-of-the-art health care. This pet-friendly retirement community has multiple courtyards with spacious patio areas and a putting green. Other inviting amenities include a gym, sports-themed pub and game room, chapel and a cinema room with reclining chairs. The Heartland assisted living program benefits residents with tailored assistance, medication management, wellness checks, on-site therapy services and house physician consultations. 

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  • Activities include morning exercises, Wii games, ice cream and rootbeer socials, shopping trips and live music
  • Appointment days on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

Brookdale Las Vegas

Located in the Paradise community and close to McCarran International airport, Brookdale Las Vegas keeps residents a few minutes away from the Las Vegas Strip. This single-level assisted living and memory care is our top choice for retirees who prefer an accessible homelike environment and easy access to the Strip. Its central courtyard has a spacious patio area, large gazebo and ample walking paths. The cozy living room has a TV area and library corner. The multi-use activity room has a piano, a flat-screen TV, community kitchen and vending machines.

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  • Activities include B-Fit exercises, games, baking, gardening and happy hours
  • Optimum Life Cuisine menu offering options with reduced sodium, fat and sugar

Desert Springs Senior Living

The mission of Desert Springs Senior Living is to create a sense of community through exceptional care with compassion. This independent and assisted living community in Spring Valley is one of our top choices for its clean, comfortable and friendly environment. Its park-like grounds offer plenty of space for leisurely strolls. Indoor common areas include a fireplace lobby, mezzanine library, full-service dining room, bistro and salon. Residents are offered exciting activities such as painting, gardening, pet therapy, holiday parties and intergenerational programs. Scheduled transportation is provided for shopping, dine-outs, community outings and medical appointments.

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  • Studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with kitchenettes, walk-in closets and wheelchair-accessible bathrooms
  • Medical alert pendants for assisted living residents

Heritage Springs

Designed with resort-style amenities, Heritage Springs offers residents a carefree vacation experience every day. We picked this pet-friendly assisted living and memory care community in Spring Valley for its engaging, wellness-focused environment that encourages an active lifestyle. Its multiple landscaped courtyards and patio areas let residents fully enjoy the sunlight and fresh air. The indoor common areas have contemporary decor. The facility’s EverFit program conducts various exercise classes using its state-of-the-art fitness center. Residents can join social clubs and support groups. The facility also conducts free education and connection group sessions for the public.

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  • 24-hour clinical management, frequent nurse assessments, regularly scheduled care conferences with families
  • Activities include Zumba classes, karaoke, animal therapy, live entertainment and excursions

Oakmont of the Lakes

As a resort-style luxury retirement community, Oakmont of the Lakes spoils residents with five-star amenities and tailored services. We picked this facility for its beautiful surroundings and the variety of lifestyle choices it offers. Its grand courtyard features a central fountain, putting, green, gazebo and pet park. There’s a fitness center, cinema room, bistro and memory care life stations. Independent and assisting residents are offered a full calendar of activities including exercises, mind-sharpening games and workshops, special interest groups, social events and volunteer opportunities.

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  • Seasonal fine dining menu offers heart-healthy entrees, diabetic-friendly desserts and wholesome options for build-your-own burgers and sandwiches.
  • Guest meals and catering, chauffeur, room service and pet care services available

Legacy House of Southern Hills

We picked Legacy House of Southern Hills for its sophisticated modern amenities and Personal Touch Culture that honors each resident’s individuality and personal choices. This assisted living and memory care community in the Rhodes Ranch neighborhood of Spring Valley is less than a mile from Southern Hills Hospital. It has two central courtyards with putting greens and pergola-covered sitting areas. The multiple lounging areas are stylishly designed with distinct themes. Residents can take advantage of the facility’s fitness center, wellness clinic, activity room, surround sound movie theater and full-service salon.

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  • Private patios and courtyard views on select floor plans
  • On-site certified nursing staff and full-time registered nurse available

Oakey Assisted Living

Oakey Assisted Living consists of two-level residential buildings that create an attractive neighborhood. This premier senior community is one of our top choices for its proximity to Downtown Las Vegas. It has multiple paved gardens that are naturally shaded by a variety of trees, and its 24-hour fitness center offers scheduled tai chi, chair yoga and Sit n’ Fit classes. Residents can spend their leisure time at the billiards and poker room, movie theater, library, computer station and TV lounge. There’s a general store and on-site salon/barbershop for added convenience. The facility also accommodates care arrangements with home health and therapy providers.

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  • Studio and one-bedroom apartments with kitchenettes and private balconies
  • Personalized diets with no added salt and/or concentrated sweeteners

The Cost of Senior Living and Care in Las Vegas

While the cost of nursing home care and homemaker services in Nevada is higher than the national average, Las Vegas has generally more affordable rates for senior care than the rest of the state. According to the 2019 Genworth Cost of Long Term Care Study, assisted living in Las Vegas is $100 less expensive than the state average.

How much does Assisted Living Cost in Las Vegas?

While the cost of nursing home care and homemaker services in Nevada is higher than the national average, Las Vegas has generally more affordable rates for senior care than the rest of the state. According to the 2018 Genworth Cost of Long Term Care Study, assisted living in Las Vegas is over $300 less expensive than the state average.

How much does Assisted Living Cost in Las Vegas?

The state of Nevada is $500 less on average a month than the rest of the nation for assisted living costs. In Las Vegas, costs are even lower, at an average of $3,168 month, as well as in rural parts of the state. More densely populated regions like Reno meet the national average of $4,000, and Carson City is much more expensive at $4,500 monthly.

How much does Home Care Cost in Las Vegas?

In Nevada, the average for adult day health services is $4,690. In Vegas, older adults will enjoy much lower rates for homemaker services. Most places are also much lower than the state average, except for Carson City, which averages $4,767 a month. The rest of the state has the same rate for homemaker costs as the national average, which is $4,004 a month.

How much does Adult Day Care Cost in Las Vegas?

The average cost for adult day health services is $1,647 a month. This is slightly more expensive than the average of Reno and the state average, $1,560.

How much does Nursing Home Costs in Las Vegas?

In Las Vegas, nursing home care is $8,106 on average – this is similar to other areas in the state. In Carson City, nursing homes can be up to $1,000 more expensive a month on average. Reno, as well as the rest of the state, is just over $100 more affordable than Las Vegas.

Financial Assistance Programs in Las Vegas

Nevada’s Long-Term Support Services (LTSS) Medicaid Program

In Nevada, long-term care services are provided by the LTSS unit of the Medicaid program. Eligible seniors can qualify for assistance paying for aging services, including:

  • Personal care help with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, and instrumental ADLs, or IADLs, such as cooking, through the Personal Care Services (PCS) program
  • Home health services like a dietician, respiratory, and physical therapy

To qualify for Medicaid in Nevada, participants must be age 65 or older and have an annual income that is no more than 138% of the Area Median Income (AMI), which is $16,753 for a single person, or $22,714 for a couple in 2018. Contact the Medicaid fiscal agent at 800-525-2395, option 1 then 4, to request services for yourself or your aging loved one.

Other Financial Assistance Programs

Nevada Home and Community Based Services Waiver (HCBS)

Formerly known as CHIPS, the Medicaid waiver for aging care services is called the Home and Community Based Services Waiver program, and is for adults over age 65 who are income eligible and require assistance to live independently. The program provides these personal care services:

  • Case management
  • Personal care like bathing, grooming, eating, and dressing
  • Homemaker assistance with chores and meal preparation
  • Social adult day services
  • Adult companions
  • A free personal emergency response system (PERS)
  • Respite
  • Care services received while in a licensed residential facility

In 2018, income for eligible participants is limited to $16,753 for an individual per year. To speak with a social worker about qualifying for this waiver, contact the Las Vegas Aging and Disability Services office at (702) 486-6930.

Personal Care Services Program (PCS)

The Nevada Personal Care Services program provides senior care by allowing qualifying elders to choose a home health provider through a care agency, or personally direct their own care with an unlicensed personal care assistant of their choosing through the self-directed PCS program. Services that are provided by the care assistant can include:

  • Assistance with activities of daily living, or ADLs, which include bathing, grooming, using the restroom, walking, and eating
  • Help with instrumental activities of daily living, IALs, including laundry services, housekeeping, grocery shopping, and meal preparation
  • Self-directed skilled services such as medication assistance

Prior authorization from the participant’s health insurance group is required for referral to the PCS program. Participants in this program must be living at home currently but in need of nursing home care, as well as:

  • At least 65 years old

Contact the Medicaid fiscal agent at 800-525-2395, option 1 then 4, to request services.

Community Options Program for the Elderly (COPE)

For some older adults who need help with personal care, services could be provided in their homes for much less than the cost of care in a facility. The COPE program provides non-medical assistance to elders over the age of 65 who meet a level of care (LOC) test by needing help with one or more activities of daily living (ADL) and would need to be placed in a nursing home if not for COPE’s services.

Contact Nevada’s Aging and Disability Services office by calling (702) 486-6930 if you’re in Las Vegas, or (888) 729-0571 if you’re out-of-state.

Clark County Long-Term Care Program

The Clark County Long-Term Care Program provides long-term care options for residents that do not have federally subsidized options like Medicaid available. This program will coordinate care options for older adults that need help in securing appropriate placement for long-term care. There is not a fee to obtain services from this program, but the services provided are on an income-based scale.

To apply for this program, reach out to Clark County Social Services Department at (720) 455-8645.

Multi-Purpose Senior Services (MPSS) Program

The MPSS program provides free in-home care and case management for people eligible for Medi-cal with no share of cost (SOC). Participants must be at least 65 years old and need help with one or more activities of daily living (ADLs) or two life activities such as chores. Depending on your service location, you can receive services from the MPSS through Independence At Home or Jewish Family Services. This program is not available to elders using the SCAN healthcare network. Go here for more information and to learn how to apply.

Homemaker Home Health Aid Program

The Nevada Home Health Aide Program is a community-based service that provides income-eligible elders with in-home care in order to avoid nursing home placement. Contact the Las Vegas regional Aging and Disability Services office at (702) 486-6930 to request a social worker visit to determine need and eligibility for services.

More Senior Living Resources in Las Vegas


Phone Number


Clark County Senior Advocate Program

(702) 455-7051

This organization provides referrals to residents of Las Vegas that are age 60 and older to social services programs.

Accessible Space Inc.

(800) 466-7722

This non-profit group funds three low-income properties in Las Vegas for seniors.

Nevada HAND: Sierra Pines

(702) 369-3609

Rent for these two-bedroom apartments is $788 a month in 2019. Qualified applicants are age 55 and above and make between $25,550 and $28,050 annually. All utilities are paid, and there are amenities like services, a salon, and a pool.

Harmon Pines

(702) 433-4015

Harmon Pines provides 105 rent-controlled apartments to eligible seniors. There is a pool, spa, and community services coordinator. Income limits apply; In 2019, single applicants can earn up to $35,250 annually, while couples may make up to $40,250 a year. All utilities are included and there is no monthly pet rent.

Westcliff Pines

(702) 410-2757

These buildings provide low-income apartments and services to qualified seniors in three towers. Applicants must earn three times the monthly rent but make no more than $29,460 annually, or $33,660 a year for a couple in 2019.

Silver Sky Assisted Living

(702) 835-9040

This subsidized facility offers assisted living services and 24-hour staffing for qualified elders.

Espinosa Terrace

(702) 477-3315

This public housing establishment provides 100 apartments for elders. There are scheduled rides, activities, a library, and a community room.

Robert Gordon Plaza

(702) 477-3375

This is a public housing development for adults over age 55 or who are disabled. There are 249 one- and two-bedroom units here.

Palo Verde Gardens

(702) 565-3417

This building provides 10 studio and 30 one-bedroom subsidized apartments to seniors. There is a bus line and shopping next door.

Archie Grant Park

(702) 477-3225

This complex has 125 apartments for low-income elderly residents.

Arthur D. Santini Plaza

(702) 477-3295

This high-rise apartment building houses 220 low-income seniors.

Hampton Court

(702) 477-3320

Hampton Court is a multi-generational building with 100 apartments reserved for low-income seniors and families.

Harry Levy Gardens

(702) 477-3245

This three-story building provides 150 studio apartments for low-income elders. There are a computer lab and laundry room in this building.

James Down Towers

(702) 477-3235

This building has four floors and 200 apartments for low-income seniors.

Lubertha Johnson Estates

(702) 477-3265

This public housing building for seniors has 112 units.

Marion D. Bennett, Sr. Plaza

(702) 477-3270

This apartment building has 65 apartments for adults aged 62 and older or who are disabled. There are also many amenities.

Rose Gardens

(702) 477-3285

This complex has 60 studios and 60 one-bedroom apartments for low-income elders.

Stella Fleming Towers

(702) 878-5398

These towers have low-income senior apartments, laundry rooms, and a fitness room.

Desert Oasis

(702) 459-6600

This building provides subsidized rent for 75 one-bedroom apartments and amenities for seniors.

For additional information and planning, please read our comprehensive guide to paying for senior care in Nevada.