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Search assisted living communities in North Carolina. 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 North Carolina

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Home Place of Burlington

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Burlington, NC
starting at $2,411 monthly
Five Star Senior Living
 
B

Carolina House of Cary

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Cary, NC
starting at $3,350 monthly
Brookdale Senior Living
 
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HeartFields at Cary

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Cary, NC
starting at $3,115 monthly
Five Star Senior Living
 
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Sunrise of Cary

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Cary, NC
starting at $3,620 monthly
Sunrise Senior Living
 
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Woodland Terrace_Kisco

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Cary, NC
starting at $2,680 monthly
Kisco Senior Living
 
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Carolina House of Chapel Hill

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Chapel Hill, NC
starting at $3,175 monthly
Brookdale Senior Living
 
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Wynwood of Chapel Hill

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Chapel Hill, NC
starting at $4,050 monthly
Brookdale Senior Living
 
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Atria MerryWood

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Charlotte, NC
starting at $2,575 monthly
Atria Senior Living
 
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Brighton Gardens of Charlotte

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Charlotte, NC
starting at $2,494 monthly
Sunrise Senior Living
 
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Brookdale Place of South Charlotte

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Charlotte, NC
starting at $2,100 monthly
Brookdale Senior Living
 


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