Find Assisted Living in

STATE Arizona
  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming
Get Pricing & Availability for Assisted Living in Peoria, AZ

Call (855) 481-6777 for immediate assistance and get more details


Page Reviewed / Updated – September 30, 2022

Image 1

As one of a handful of states that don’t enact a personal income tax on Social Security payments, Arizona offers a relatively tax-friendly environment for senior citizens. As an added bonus, health care costs in Peoria are nearly 8% lower than the national average and three percentage points less than the Arizona average, and groceries are slightly less as well. At $4,000 per month, assisted living costs in Arizona are also lower than the national average.

In addition to providing a list of the best assisted living facilities in Peoria, Arizona, this guide provides an overview of the cost of assisted living in Peoria, as well as average costs for other types of care. Additionally, find a list of free and low-cost services that provide seniors with a variety of assistance in their communities.

The Cost of Assisted Living Care in Peoria, AZ

According to the Genworth 2021 Cost of Care Survey, residents of assisted living facilities in Peoria pay an average of $3,975 per month. This is $25 less than the Arizona monthly average of $4,000 and $525 less than the national average of $4,500 per month. Around the state of Arizona, the highest assisted living costs are in the northern end of the state where residents of Flagstaff pay an average of $5,000 and Lake Havasu residents pay an average of $4,750. Those south of the Phoenix Metro Area in Tucson pay $4,050 per month, while their counterparts in Arizona’s southwestern corner in Yuma pay the lowest assisted living costs in Arizona at $3,800 per month. 

  • Peoria: $3,975
  • Arizona: $4,000
  • United States: $4,500
  • Flagstaff: $5,000
  • Lake Havasu: $4,750
  • Tucson: $4,050
  • Yuma: $3,800

The Costs of Other Types of Senior Care in Peoria, AZ

There are additional options for senior care in Arizona that fall under and over the average cost of assisted living. At $2,157, the least expensive option is adult day health care. Both in-home care and home health care average $5,958 per month, while Arizona’s most expensive option, nursing home care, costs approximately $6,418 for a semiprivate room and $7,908 for a private room.

  • Assisted Living Facility: $3,975
  • In-Home Care: $5,958
  • Home Health Care: $5,958
  • Adult Day Health Care: $2,157
  • Nursing Home Facility (semiprivate room): $6,418
  • Nursing Home Facility: (private room): $7,908

Note: Data for Peoria was not available, so data for the nearest city, Phoenix, was used instead.

Amethyst Gardens

Caring staff and happy residents abound at Amethyst Gardens, an assisted living facility that's nestled in the heart of Peoria. This facility offers its residents plenty of opportunities to take part in social activities such as book clubs, bible studies and board games. Those who need to travel off-site can take advantage of scheduled transportation services, which are available daily, while those who prefer to stay home can enjoy the facility's vast outdoor space or spend time reading in the library. 

See Full Description
  • Three chef-prepared meals daily
  • Caregivers available to provide assistance 24 hours a day

Palos Verdes Senior Living

We've included Palo Verdes Senior Living on our list of the top 10 facilities in Peoria because of the engaging and fun lifestyle it offers seniors. The facility is dedicated to keeping its residents active and involved through a variety of programs that are focused on health and wellness, socialization and independence. Seniors are encouraged to spend time with their peers, learn and stay fit each day.

See Full Description
  • Several bright, open floorplans to choose from
  • Continuum of care includes independent living, assisted living and memory care

MorningStar Senior Living at Golden Ridge

MorningStar Senior Living at Golden Ridge offers several levels of care, including assisted living and memory care. The facility offers 65 assisted living suites and seniors can choose from a variety of two-bedroom, one-bathroom floorplans. On-site, this community features a saline swimming pool and fitness center, as well as outdoor dining patios and multiple courtyards that residents can enjoy at their leisure.

See Full Description

Brookdale Peoria

The high level of care offered by staff at Brookdale Peoria is one of the many reasons its been included on this list. Seniors are offered help with daily tasks such as grooming and bathing 24 hours a day, and housekeeping staff ensures suites are clean each day. Weekly linen and laundry services are provided, as well. 

See Full Description
  • Special dietary menus and restaurant-style dining
  • Beauty salon and barbershop on-site

The Mission at Agua Fria

The Mission at Agua Fria is focused on preserving residents' independence and dignity while providing 24-hour care and assistance. Care is tailored to meet residents' needs and history. Seniors can choose from four different floorplans when moving in, each of which includes private bathrooms and emergency pull cords and in-suite storage. The cost of rent includes utilities and cable, as well as access to the facility's broad range of resort-like amenities.

See Full Description
  • Pet-friendly
  • On-site amenities include a theater, solarium and beauty salon

The Forum at Desert Harbor

We've included The Forum at Desert Harbor on this list because of the continuum of care it offers seniors. Those who don't require assisted living care can move into the facility's independent living suites and when the need arises, assisted living and skilled nursing services are available. Residents at this facility enjoy a carefree lifestyle with tasks such as cooking, housekeeping and laundry taken care of for them. 

See Full Description

Amethyst Arbor

Amethyst Arbor features plenty of outdoor space for seniors to enjoy, along with indoor amenities such as a library and game room. Seniors at this facility enjoy restaurant-style dining three times daily and have access to a variety of snacks and beverages throughout the day. Seniors who prefer to dine outdoors can enjoy the covered patio at mealtimes while those who'd like to spend time alone have the option of dining in their own suite.

See Full Description
  • Regular entertainment and daily social activities
  • On-site swimming pool 

Paseo Village

Paseo Village has been recognized with multiple awards and that's one of the reasons we've included it on this list. The staff at this facility consistently encourage residents to embrace their individuality and independence. Seniors here are invited to join peers in daily social gatherings and activities such as games, crafts and outings. The restaurant-style dining room offers several nutritions menu options at each meal.

See Full Description

The Montecito Senior Living

The Montecito Senior Living offers world-class care to the seniors who live there. Caregivers are available 24/7 to provide help with activities of daily living, including grooming and bathing, while nursing staff is on-site seven days a week to oversee care and provide wellness checks as needed. Free local transportation is provided to help seniors get to and from appointments, errands and visits with friends or family members. 

See Full Description
  • Suites equipped with emergency call systems
  • Daily social and recreational activities

Desert Winds Retirement

Seniors living at Desert Winds Retirement are provided with plenty of entertaining activities from day-to-day.  A heated outdoor pool, as well as outdoor patios and courtyards, are available for residents to use as they please and those who wish to seek entertainment off-site can access nearby golf courses, sports arenas and shopping. Supervised day trips to these locations are offered on a regular basis. 

See Full Description
  • Care levels include independent living, assisted living and memory care
  • Three meals and snacks served each day