The 10 Best Atlanta, GA Assisted Living Facilities

We researched individual facility pricing and fees, floor plans, amenities and services in Atlanta so you can compare and make sure you find the right fit.


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Brighton Gardens of Buckhead

Brighton Gardens includes an internet café, salon, transportation service, concierge, Hydro Bath spa and physical therapy gym right there on site.
  • Onsite physical therapy gym
  • Hydro bath spa
Brighton Gardens of Buckhead
Start My Search 3088 Lenox Rd NE
Atlanta, GA, 30324

Safe Haven at Lenox Park

Safe Haven’s area of expertise is memory care, diabetes management and Parkinson’s care in its family owned and operated home.
  • Memory-focused facility
  • 25 landscaped acres
Safe Haven at Lenox Park
Start My Search 1137 Lynmoor Dr NE
Atlanta, GA, 30319

Brookdale Vinings

Brookdale Vinings has specially designed environments and offers personal care by trained caregivers for seniors living with cognitive challenges.
  • Cafe-bistro
  • Library
Brookdale Vinings
Start My Search 2401 Cumberland Pkwy SE
Atlanta, GA, 30339

Campbell-Stone Buckhead

A not-for-profit, Campbell Stone is a mission-driven assisted living community focusing on safety, lifestyle choices and quality of life.
  • Housing subsidy
  • Serves all faiths
Campbell-Stone Buckhead
Start My Search 2911 Pharr Ct S Northwest
Atlanta, GA, 30305

Sunrise at Buckhead

Sunrise at Buckhead serves its residents with a designated care manager who creates an individualized care plan based on the individual’s unique needs.
  • Activities program
  • Reminiscence neighborhood
Sunrise at Buckhead
Start My Search 1000 Lenox Park Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA, 30319

Renaissance on Peachtree

Housed in an elegant, upscale high-rise building, Renaissance on Peachtree provides amenities to a diverse residential population with a personal touch of caring.
  • Engaged lifestyle
  • Art and education
Renaissance on Peachtree
Start My Search 3755 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta, GA, 30319

Alto Senior Living

Alto Senior Living surrounds its residents with the warm southern hospitality of Atlanta in the heart of the premier, stylish community of Buckhead.
  • Fine dining
  • Fitness programs
Alto Senior Living
Start My Search 4804 Roswell Rd
Atlanta, GA, 30342

Arbor Terrace at Cascade

Arbor Terrace, set in the beautiful southwest Atlanta area, offers state-of-the-art, quality assisted living and memory care to seniors who want compassionate care.
  • Memory care
  • Assistive program
Arbor Terrace at Cascade
Start My Search 1001 Research Center Drive
Atlanta, GA, 30331

Atria Buckhead

Atria’s care is specifically for individuals facing the challenges of dementia and Alzheimer's disease using a memory care program called Life Guidance.
  • Posh sitting rooms
  • Across from botanical gardens
Atria Buckhead
Start My Search 2848 Lenox Rd NE
Atlanta, GA, 30324

Summerset Assisted Living

An open, carefully designed facility, Summerset’s light-filled halls make residents feel right at home, where they can visit with family or each other.
  • Goldfish pond
  • Fountain
Summerset Assisted Living
Start My Search 3711 Benjamin E Mays Dr SW
Atlanta, GA, 30331

Additional Atlanta Resources

Atlanta has many senior-friendly resources for residents living in assisted living facilities around the area. We’ve listed some of the most fun for everyone below.

  • Georgia Aquarium: This public aquarium at 225 Baker St. houses more than 100,000 animals, representing thousands of species, all in 10 million gallons of marine and salt water on 13 acres of land.
  • Atlanta Regional Commission Aging Division: The Atlanta Regional Commission Aging Division provides resources and services to the aging population in Atlanta and the surrounding areas.
  • Centennial Park District: This former eyesore of a neighborhood is now a testament to good management, private funding and wise forethought. Centennial Park at 265 Park Avenue West was the site of the 1996 Olympics and now houses hotels, an interactive fountain, fine dining and a Ferris Wheel, all contained within a 21-acre urban green space popular with locals and tourists alike.
  • Division of Aging Services: The Georgia Department of Human Services offers the Division of Aging Services to ensure the health and safety of the aging population.