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Search assisted living communities in New Hampshire. Find assisted living homes that offer a number of different amenities and services ranging from laundry services, social events and more.

Featured Assisted Living Communities in New Hampshire

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Granite Ledges of Concord

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Concord, NH
starting at $4,625 monthly
Genesis
 
B

Partridge House

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Hampton, NH
starting at $4,960 monthly
Genesis
 
C

Holton Point Center

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Lancaster, NH
starting at $2,500 monthly
Genesis
 
D

Ledgewood Bay Assisted Living & Memory Care

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Milford, NH
starting at $3,400 monthly
Horizon Bay Retirement Living
 
E

Nashua Crossings

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Nashua, NH
starting at $3,290 monthly
Benchmark Senior Living
 
F

Greystone Farm at Salem

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Salem, NH
starting at $4,800 monthly
Benchmark Senior Living
 
G

Windham Terrace

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Windham, NH
starting at $5,320 monthly
Terrace Communities
 
H

Isle at Ledgewood

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Milford, NH
starting at $3,300 monthly
Emeritus
 
I

Ledgewood Bay Assisted Living & Memory Care

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Milford, NH
starting at $3,500 monthly
The Northbridge Companies
 


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