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Search assisted living communities in California. 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 California

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Emeritus at Villa del Rey

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Napa, CA
starting at $2,800 monthly
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B

Emeritus at Northridge

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Northridge, CA
starting at $3,498 monthly
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C

Emeritus at Oceanside

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Oceanside, CA
starting at $1,500 monthly
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Emeritus at Victorian Court

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Ontario, CA
starting at $1,695 monthly
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Emeritus at Orange

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Orange, CA
starting at $2,050 monthly
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Emeritus at Hazel Creek

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Orangevale, CA
starting at $2,500 monthly
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Emeritus at Palm Springs

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Palm Springs, CA
starting at $2,738 monthly
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Emeritus at Creston Village

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Paso Robles, CA
starting at $2,300 monthly
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Emeritus at Rancho Mirage

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Rancho Mirage, CA
starting at $3,103 monthly
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Emeritus at Harden Ranch

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Salinas, CA
starting at $1,995 monthly
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