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Search assisted living communities in New Jersey. 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 Jersey

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Golden Age Care Center

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Forked River, NJ
starting at $3,500 monthly
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B

The Brookside

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Freehold, NJ
starting at $3,500 monthly
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C

Emeritus at Hillsborough

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Hillsborough, NJ
starting at $3,000 monthly
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D

Bartley Healthcare

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Jackson, NJ
starting at $5,000 monthly
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E

FountainView Care Center

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Lakewood, NJ
starting at $3,000 monthly
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Emeritus at Stafford

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Manahawkin, NJ
starting at $3,000 monthly
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G

Residence at Forsgate

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Monroe, NJ
starting at $3,500 monthly
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Horizon Manor South

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Montclair, NJ
starting at $4,000 monthly
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Francis Asbury Manor

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Neptune, NJ
starting at $3,000 monthly
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Emeritus at Paramus

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Paramus, NJ
starting at $3,000 monthly
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