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Mesa, Arizona, offers seniors all the perks of retiring in a bustling metropolis but in a quieter, more conservative city. Located just 30 minutes from Phoenix, Mesa enjoys the same warm weather and low cost of living that’s made Phoenix popular amongst retirees. A Place for Mom partners with 44 assisted living facilities in Mesa. You or your loved one can find the best assisted living facility in Mesa to suit your budget and needs.

Assisted living facilities are for seniors who need extra help with daily activities but don’t require round-the-clock medical attention. Assisted living caregivers arrange daily activities, help residents take their medications, and provide mobility support for those who need a helping hand. Mesa is conveniently located near Phoenix and Tempe, and Phoenix has an international airport that makes visiting a bit easier for friends and family.

In this guide, we cover everything you need to know about the best assisted living facilities in Mesa, Arizona. Learn how much assisted living facilities cost, how to pay, and what it’s like living in the Valley of the Sun.

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Recent reviews of Assisted Living in Mesa, AZ
The Auberge at Scottsdale

My husband has been in residence for one year and I have been there almost every night to sit with him and put him to bed. For the last 11 weeks I have not been able to be with him and at first I thought know one could take my place. I do Skype him twice a day and he is very happy. I watch the back images and I see the wonderful staff showing love to the men and women in their care. They have done things they have never done before, like cutting hair, and I must say doing a very good job. The live music is still a big part and is happening due to technology. This is a loving place and also a happy place. They do not sit around all day but are active and having fun. They are safe due to the caring staff. We are kept up every night with the activities and are kept informed of their health situation. Thank you to all the loving staff.

House of Dignity Assisted Living in San Tan Valley, AZ

I love them. I am very happy with it. The communication with me is very good, and they keep me informed. They take good care of her, and the food looks good and is appealing, when I have seen it.

Barton House in Scottsdale, AZ

Questions about operation of 2nd shift and weekend when management is not around. On the whole, staff is very efficient with residents, kitchen is clean as are the restrooms. I'm very fond of management as they act on many questions/complaints

Golden Age Care Homes Inc

3123 E Fairbrook, Mesa, AZ 85213

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Provides: Assisted Living

Mary Grace Care Home

74 S Prairie Road, Gilbert, AZ 85296

Provides: Assisted Living

Vista Ranch LLC

1735 N Val Vista Drive, Mesa, AZ 85213

Provides: Assisted Living

Blessings of Joy Adult Care Home II

841 East San Angelo Ave, Gilbert, AZ 85234

They're really great. The value is kind of hard because it's a lot of money no matter where you go. The care is excellent. I know they had a party last night but other than that I don't really know too much...

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

Desert Garden Homecare LLC

7331 E Posada Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85212

Provides: Assisted Living

Serenity Springs

3100 E. Paloverde Street, Gilbert, AZ 85296

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

When you are looking for a wonderful living facility for the one that you love, there are so many factors that you have to satisfy in your own brain before moving forward. As an adult of a parent in need, you are naturally going to feel guilt at not being able to properly care for the one that...

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American Orchards Senior Care

765 N LINDSAY RD, Gilbert, AZ 85234

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care

Desert Springs Communites

6662 E Delmon Dr, Mesa, AZ 85215

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

Ashbrook Home Care

910 S Ashbrook, Mesa, AZ 85204

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Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

A beautiful Residential home in Mesa, off of Gilbert road and 60. Licensed for 10. Private and semi-private rooms available. 24 hour awake staff to take care of your loved ones. Home cooked Chef inspired meals. Owners and Management have years of Hospitality and caregiving. Call to today to...

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Serenity Assisted Living Home

626 East Hearne Way, Gilbert, AZ 85234

Nice & Clean. Caregiver gave great orientation in showing the home. 2 other workers there to help residents.24 hour run. Nice gated pool.

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

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Marriott's Village Oaks at Mesa

2122 E Brown Rd, Mesa, AZ 85213-5200

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care

Marriott's Village Oaks at Mesa offers assisted living for seniors in a warm and comfortable environment without being formal. A single story design makes it easier for residents to navigate and find their way. At Village Oaks, we have created Companion Living® to encourage our seniors to develop...

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Pleasant Living - Vista

2065 North Vista Del Sol, Mesa, AZ 85207

We are very happy with Pleasant Living. The care he is receiving is very good. They used to have a lot of activities and entertainment for the residents, but covid had put a stop to that, they should be...

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

Pleasant Living - Vista is a senior residential care home located in the beautiful suburb city of Mesa, AZ and Maricopa County. Mesa, AZ is a suburb city that is within driving distance of the large city of Phoenix, and just a short drive to the large, scenic superstition Mountains and Enid Park....


Emerald Groves Central

2759 N. Val Vista, Mesa, AZ 85213

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care

Emerald Groves Central Emerald Groves Central is an assisted living community located in Mesa, Arizona, in Maricopa County, and home to just over 439,000 people. Mesa is a bustling city with a busy downtown area that has lots of shops, great restaurants and beautiful palm trees. Residents will...

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Emerald Glen

3558 E. Mcdowell Rd, Mesa, AZ 85213

Provides: Memory Care

Mountain Vista

1246 N. 86th Place, Mesa, AZ 85207

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly

My husband is adjusting well to his new environment. The place is clean and well cared for. I visit 3-5 days a week and mostly I am on top of things but if there are concerns or questions I do have the staff...

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

With a focus on family and healthy living, Mountain Vista is a senior care home with a rich history in Wheat Ridge, CO. in Jefferson County. This Gold Rush town serves as the perfectly place to promote independence, dignity, and self-worth within our community; one that we have served since 1963....

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Emerald Groves North

2920 N Val Vista, Mesa, AZ 85213

This is the 3rd Care facility in which my mother has resided and it is by far the best. The facilities are wonderful but the caregivers are even better. My mother feels as if she is a member of the "family"....

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

8000 sq.ft luxury home — owned and managed by experienced RN who doesn't hesitate to use her nursing background in services to her residents. 24hr licensed staff — awake at night. Home is located on 3 acres, designed for meeting the needs of the elderly: wide hallways and doors, 7...

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Yashua Cedar

437 W Merrill Avenue, Gilbert, AZ 85233

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

Yashua Cedar Assisted living is situated in the friendly, sunny town of Gilbert, AZ, just twenty-two miles from downtown Phoenix. Our home faces a cul-de-sac and is set in a lush, gorgeous area that is professionally landscaped with a beautiful backyard. Convenient to shopping and hospitals,...

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Bright Valley Grouphome, LLC

9452 E Jacob Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85209

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

Golden Haven II Assisted Living Home Golden Haven II Assisted Living Home is a senior care home located in Mesa, AZ, in Maricopa County. The beautiful city of Mesa, which boasts a history of more than 2,000 years, offers a rich cultural scene that is enjoyed by visitors and residents alike. The...

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Arden Villa Carehome

1238 E Greenway Circle, Mesa, AZ 85203

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My step father has been in this home for 3 1/2 years as my mother could no longer care for him. My mother and/or I visit a couple days a week and the home is always ultra clean! The workers are friendly and...

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

Our neighborhood is very quiet, friendly atmosphere, clean area, no crime, safe, park close to the care home. Nice restaurants, movie theatres and shopping centers. Owned and operated by a RN. All safety measures are done for residents.

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Jim and Patti Jones II

2308 North Kachina, Mesa, AZ 85203

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

Jim and Patti Jones II is located in Mesa, AZ within Maricopa County. The residential care home enjoys the mild, warm weather that Mesa offers all year long. The city is a great place to reside and an even better place for family and friends to visit and enjoy. Employees at Jim and Patti Jones II...

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Greenfields Assisted Living

723 E 2nd Ave, Mesa, AZ 85204

Living a thousand miles away from our dear Aunt and not knowing where we could put her for the care she needed. We thank "A Place for Mom" in finding us a place that she could have excellent care in her...

Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living, Senior Apartments

Greenfield’s assisted living is an assisted living community that caters to ages 21 and over, we offer private and semi-private apartments for individuals that are unable to live on their own. Spacious apartments with kitchenettes allow our residents to be independent while receiving the...

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Eden Adult Care Facility II

210 98th Way, Mesa, AZ 85208

I'm most likely choosing Eden-- from the staff to the flexibility to work with my limited budget were reasons for me to prefer them.

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

Caveo Assisted Living

8160 E Mcdowell Road, Mesa, AZ 85207

Provides: Assisted Living

Brooksby Assisted Living LLC

2861 E Quenton Street, Mesa, AZ 85213

Provides: Assisted Living

Jim and Patti Jones

1644 East Menlo Street, Mesa, AZ 85203

Since my father moved into this home in December 2018, his care has been sterling! He is getting lots of attention from the caregivers, which include [name removed] and [name removed] and multiple other...

Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes

Jim and Patti Jones is located in Mesa, AZ within Maricopa County. The residential care home enjoys the community setting that Mesa, AZ allows. This area of the country is warm and dry year round and is a wonderful place to reside. It also draws family members and friends for frequent visits and...

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Cost of assisted living in Mesa, AZ

The average cost of senior living in Mesa is 4,095 per month. Cheaper nearby regions include Apache Junction, AZ with an average of 3,683 per month.

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Discover the many ways to pay for senior living

Planning ahead can better position you to make good choices for your loved one’s care in the future. But if your aging family member needs care now, there are ways to finance the cost of long-term care through a combination of approaches.

What is assisted living?

Assisted living is long-term care for seniors who are generally active and independent, but who require increased supervision and help with some daily tasks. Staff can assist residents with activities of daily living like dressing, bathing, and medication management. Assisted living is also a good option for seniors seeking more socialization. Services and amenities in assisted living facilities often include:

  • Housekeeping
  • Nutritious meals and snacks
  • Help with personal care
  • Laundry
  • Social activities and outings
  • 24-hour emergency response
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Costs of assisted living in the Mesa area

A Place for Mom’s partnering assisted living facilities in Mesa cost $4,827 a month on average.[01] The average monthly cost of assisted living facilities tends to include the following:

  • Rent for a private or shared room
  • Daily meals and snacks
  • Care services
  • Housekeeping and laundry
  • Access to amenities, such as classes, gyms, and walking trails

Board and care homes in Mesa are more affordable

In Mesa, 48% of assisted living facilities are smaller board and care homes.[01] These homes may have up to 10 residents and are set in residential houses. Board and care homes offer the same types of services, meals, and care as traditional assisted living facilities, but in a more intimate setting.

Because board and care homes have smaller overhead costs and fewer amenities, they are often more affordable than traditional assisted living facilities. In Mesa, board and care homes cost only $3,968 a month on average.[01]

Arizona has senior-friendly tax laws

Arizona has relatively low income tax rates of 2.55% and 2.98%. The Grand Canyon state also doesn’t tax Social Security benefits or veterans benefits. Plus, seniors don’t have to pay an inheritance or estate tax in Arizona.

The following figures are the average baseline costs for assisted living in Mesa and neighboring communities. These figures are best read as a comparison between Mesa and nearby towns.

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How people pay for assisted living in Mesa

Most people pay for assisted living using a mix of personal savings and public aid. Medicaid, Medicare, and veterans benefits may cover some or all of your loved one’s assisted living costs. Private methods, such as a reverse mortgage or cashing out a life insurance policy, can also help keep the perfect assisted living facility within reach.

Private pay methods

While a retirement account is a common payment method, it’s not the only way to cover the costs of assisted living. For example, some seniors choose to cash out a life insurance policy, sell a house, or take out a reverse mortgage.

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Understand Arizona laws and regulations for assisted living facilities

Assisted living facilities in Mesa, Arizona, provide a safe and secure home for seniors. Here’s what you need to know about Arizona’s laws and regulations for assisted living facilities:

  • Assisted living facilities in Mesa are licensed and regulated by the Arizona Department of Health Services.
  • Assisted living facilities go through annual inspections. You can find inspection results on the Residential Facilities Provider Search Form.
  • Large assisted living facilities and smaller board and care homes receive the same assisted living facility license and provide the same level of care.

Assisted living facilities in Mesa follow state guidelines to keep residents safe

Mesa’s assisted living facilities should follow state regulations in order to keep their licensure. Among Arizona’s assisted living regulations are the following:

  • Facilities must have a written care plan for each resident.
  • Facilities must keep the residence in a clean and livable condition and provide daily meals.
  • Facilities must stay up to date on all building codes.
  • Caregivers must pass a background check, complete a state-approved caregiver training program, be current on their tuberculosis immunizations, and complete first-aid and CPR training.

Assisted living residents in Mesa, Arizona, maintain their rights

Article 8 from the Arizona Department of Health Services outlines residents’ rights in long-term care facilities. While these rights pertain to the senior, they may also pertain to a family member acting as the senior’s power of attorney. Here’s what you need to know about your loved one’s rights in Mesa’s assisted living facilities:

  • Residents must be treated with respect and dignity and can expect a reasonable amount of privacy.
  • Residents must not receive any retaliation for submitting a complaint.
  • Residents’ possessions remain their own and can’t be removed without their permission.
  • Residents can choose their own health care providers.
  • Residents must be informed of all care services they receive.
  • Residents must be informed about all changes to the cost of their care.

Arizona Department of Health contact information

150 N. 18th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: 602-542-1025

COVID-19 regulations for Mesa assisted living facilities

Assisted living facilities in Mesa do their best to protect residents and staff members from COVID-19 by following federal and state recommendations. Arizona’s state government doesn’t mandate special precautions for assisted living facilities, but facilities can choose to implement preventative measures, such as asking visitors to mask.


There are no vaccination recommendations. Visitors are allowed into any long-term care facility regardless of vaccination status.

Facility cleanliness.

Facilities are regularly cleaned and common areas are disinfected.


Each assisted living facility may have a COVID-19 quarantine wing to protect vulnerable residents from infection.

CDC guidelines.

Assisted living facilities in Mesa follow CDC guidelines.

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89% of assisted living facilities in Mesa have 24-hour awake staff
84% of assisted living facilities in Mesa offer on-site activities
77% of assisted living facilities in Mesa offer devotional activities on- and off-site
75% of assisted living facilities in Mesa offer full medication management services
59% of assisted living facilities in Mesa offer laundry or housekeeping services


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Average age of residents we referred to assisted living facilities in Mesa
Board and care homes: 48%; traditional assisted living facilities: 52%

What to expect from assisted living in Mesa

Mesa, Arizona, is the third-largest city in Arizona, with a population of just over half a million people. Nearly 18% of Mesa’s residents are over 65, and this number is growing by the year as seniors are drawn to Mesa’s warm, quiet suburbs.

While Mesa is only about thirty minutes from Phoenix, it’s considerably more peaceful. Made up mostly of families and seniors, Mesa enjoys a low crime rate, friendly neighborhoods, and the beautiful backdrop of the Superstition Mountains.

What you need to know about assisted living in Mesa

Mesa is an exceptional place to retire, and the residents of Mesa’s assisted living facilities are both Arizona natives and from other states. Before choosing to settle down into one of Mesa’s assisted living facilities, here’s what you need to know:

  • Traditional assisted living facilities vs. board and care homes. About half of Mesa’s assisted living facilities are large traditional facilities, and half are smaller board and care homes.
  • Traditional assisted living facilities cost more. Traditional assisted living facilities in Mesa are slightly more expensive than those in Phoenix because they tend to be newer. However, they’re still more affordable than the national average.
  • Traditional assisted living facilities have more amenities. Traditional assisted living facilities tend to have over 50 residents and feature customary community amenities, such as a formal dining room, a gym, a library, and a theater.
  • Traditional assisted living facilities have more services. Traditional assisted living facilities in Mesa employ a staff of caregivers, chefs, activity coordinators, and housekeepers.
  • Board and care homes are more affordable. Board and care homes offer the same type of care as traditional assisted living facilities but are more affordable. Most board and care homes in Mesa are about $1,000 less expensive per month than traditional assisted living facilities.
  • Board and care homes are smaller. Board and care homes are set in residential houses. Residents typically share a bedroom, eat in the dining room, and spend their time on a patio or in the living room.
  • Board and care homes have live-in caregivers. Board and care homes tend to have at least two live-in caregivers who make the meals, tend to the residents, and plan activities.
  • Mesa is warm all year. Mesa gets very hot in the summer months. Temperatures often exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit for half of the year. Temperatures rarely dip below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

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There’s 90,792 seniors over the age of 65 currently living in Mesa.{{citation:3}}


Seniors 65 and older make up 18% of Mesa’s population.


The average January high temperature in Mesa is 66 degrees Fahrenheit

Health care for seniors in Mesa

Dignity Health — Mesa

Dignity Health — Mesa in the East Valley offers an extensive variety of health care services, including emergency medicine, inpatient services, surgery, and most specialty services. The hospital is open 24/7.

9130 Elliot Road
Mesa, Arizona 85212
Phone: 480-410-4500
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Banner Heart Hospital

Banner Heart Hospital focuses on heart health care. Services include intensive care, surgeries, lab work, rehabilitation, and palliative care.

6750 E. Baywood Ave.
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Phone: 480-854-5000
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Mayo Clinic – Phoenix

The Mayo Clinic in Phoenix provides care for all of Maricopa County. It offers world-class health care and research throughout the East Valley, including emergency room services, inpatient care, testing, and more.

5777 E. Mayo Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85054
Phone: 480-342-2000
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Transportation for seniors in Mesa

Seniors living in Mesa’s assisted living facilities won’t need to worry about transportation because 86% of A Place for Mom’s partnering communities offer either complimentary transportation or transportation for a small fee. Visiting family and friends should be aware that a car is the most common way to get around Mesa.

RideChoice is Mesa’s signature public transportation program for seniors

Seniors without the ability to access transportation can use RideChoice, Mesa’s public transportation option for seniors. RideChoice is a pick-up and drop-off service for anyone with disabilities or for those 65 years and older. Here’s what you need to know about RideChoice:

  • It serves most of Maricopa County.
  • It costs $3 for the first 8 miles and $2 for each additional mile.
  • It doesn’t require reservations, but you need to sign up by calling 602-716-2111.
  • It offers wheelchair-accessible vehicles.

Walk Score gives Mesa strong walking and biking scores

Walk Score rates cities for their alternative transportation options. Each score is out of 100. Here are scores for Mesa, Arizona:


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Senior activities in Mesa

Mesa may be quiet, but it has plenty of attractions and activities to keep seniors and visitors busy. The nearby mountain range, golf courses, fine dining, museums, and theaters keep Mesa interesting.

Mesa’s assisted living facilities offer in-house activities

Traditional assisted living facilities in Mesa often hire an activities coordinator who designs daily events and classes for the residents. Here are some of the most common activities in Mesa’s assisted living facilities:

  • Chair yoga or tai chi
  • Social hours
  • Visiting musicians
  • Movie nights
  • Bridge club
  • Garden club
  • Arts and crafts workshops

Senior centers in Mesa

Most seniors in assisted living won’t need to venture to Mesa’s senior centers. However, seniors are always encouraged to attend the events thrown by Mesa’s senior centers, the Aster Senior Centers. Yearly memberships are only $20, and registration information is on the Aster website. A membership to the Aster Senior Centers includes the following:

  • Daily lunch (here is the current menu)
  • Exercise, art, and dance courses
  • Games, live music, and movies
  • Members-only parties

Explore Mesa’s museums

Many of Mesa’s museums are wheelchair-accessible and offer an enjoyable afternoon for seniors. Here are three of the best museums in Mesa for seniors:

  • Arizona Museum of Natural History. Seniors can receive discounted admissions to the Arizona Museum of Natural History. This museum exhibits feature ancient civilizations, dinosaurs, and more.
  • Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona Museum. This museum is perfect for veterans or anyone interested in air travel. The Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona Museum has planes from over 100 years of American Air Force history.
  • Mesa Arts Center. The Mesa Arts Center is the local theater. It has rotating live performances of contemporary musical numbers, classical pieces, and comedians. Find information about the season’s lineup on the website. The center accommodates people with low vision, individuals who have difficulty hearing, and those with mobility impairments.

Get outside on Mesa’s hiking trails

With a range of hiking trails for all abilities, Mesa’s natural beauty can be experienced by anyone. Here are some of the more accessible walking trails for seniors in Mesa:

  • Merkle Trail. This is a 1-mile loop, ideal for seniors who want to enjoy the sunset or sunrise.
  • Hawes Ridge Loop. At only 2 miles long, this loop is a great way to see saguaro cactus groves.

Phoenix’s attractions are accessible from Mesa

Phoenix is only 30 minutes away from Mesa, making it an accessible and reasonable day trip for seniors and loved ones who want something a little different. Here are some of the best activities in Phoenix for seniors:

  • Papago Golf Course. Papago Golf Course is one of the best golf courses in a city known for its golf courses. Enjoy a morning of golf set against a scenic view and eat lunch at Lou’s Bar & Grill.
  • Taliesin West. Taliesin West was Frank Lloyd Wright’s personal home, designed by the famed architect himself. You can schedule tours on the website.
  • Desert Botanical Garden. The Desert Botanical Garden is the best way to explore the local desert flora. You can request tours and wheelchairs on the website.

Frequently asked questions

MorningStar Assisted Living & Memory Care of Fountain Hills, Legacy Retirement Residence of Mesa and McDowell Village are the top-rated Assisted Living facilities near Mesa, AZ. These Assisted Living facilities received the highest rankings based on verified family reviews. See full list of communities.

The average cost of Assisted Living in Mesa is 4,095 per month. This cost may vary based on location, amenities, floorplan, level of care and other factors.

  1. A Place for Mom. (2022). A Place for Mom proprietary data.

  2. United States Census Bureau. (2021). Veteran status (S2101): Mesa city. [Data set]. American Community Survey.

  3. United States Census Bureau. (2021). Age and sex (S0101): Mesa city. [Data set]. American Community Survey.

  4. WalkScore. (2023). Living in Mesa.

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