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The 13 Best Richmond, VA Assisted Living Facilities

We created a list of the best assisted living communities in Richmond. We focused on communities that offered high-quality services, value, and onsite entertainment, as well as those that maintained high ratings on third-party websites where residents could write about their experiences living there. We provided the details about our top picks below.

Bickford of Chesterfield

Seniors choose Bickford of Chesterfield so that they can enjoy the chef-prepared food and home-like environment, while also receiving transportation services, assistance with daily tasks and medical management needs.
  • Medication management
  • Pet friendly
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Start My Search 11200 W Huguenot Rd
Midlothian, VA, 23113

Sunrise Villa Tuckahoe

Seniors choose Sunrise Villa Tuckahoe because it has updated technology and amenities. Seniors work with skilled caregivers that provide services that allow seniors to continue with their lives uninterrupted.
  • The Sunrise Live with Purpose program
  • The Terrace Club Neighborhood for memory care
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Start My Search 12401 Gayton Rd
Richmond, VA, 23238

St. Mary's Woods

Seniors choose St. Mary's Woods because it has a long history of providing exceptional senior care. A part of that care is the schedule of events that offer socialization, activity, and exploration opportunities for seniors.
  • More than 30 years of senior care experience
  • Planned excursions to nearby attractions
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Start My Search 1257 Marywood Ln
Richmond, VA, 23229

Guardian Place

Guardian Place is dedicated to providing affordable care for everyone. The facility offers a long list of activities and daily living amenities while making prices more affordable.
  • Located near downtown
  • Non-denominational services
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Start My Search 1620 N. Hamilton St
Richmond, VA, 23230

Commonwealth Senior Living at The West End

Commonwealth Senior Living at The West End has several specialized care programs designed to provide seniors with specialized support. The Travel the World program exposes seniors to many cultural events without having to travel long distances.
  • Holistic therapy options
  • Planned excursions to local amenities
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Start My Search 2400 Gaskins Rd
Richmond, VA, 23238

Morningside in the West End

Seniors choose Morningside in the West End because they can maintain an active lifestyle. The facility hosts events regularly to keep seniors engaged and active.
  • Large two-story facility
  • Indoor social areas
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Start My Search 3000 Skipwith Rd
Richmond, VA, 23294

Masonic Home of Virginia

The Masonic Home of Virginia has RMAs on staff that can provide medication assistance and other care services. The staff is available 24/7 to assist seniors with their needs.
  • Dedicated dining rooms
  • Dedicated memory care
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Start My Search 500 Masonic Ln
Richmond, VA, 23223

Winthrop Manor

Winthrop Manor offers seniors a large community to live in. The facility includes all utilities to make the stay all-inclusive.
  • Located near landmarks
  • Dietitians on staff
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Start My Search
Richmond, VA, 23220

Heritage Oaks

Heritage Oaks makes finding long-term care and temporary care easier by offering short-term stays. Seniors can experience the care offered at the facility before they need to make a long-term care decision.
  • Short-term stays available
  • Chapel on site
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Start My Search 1100 German School Rd
Richmond, VA, 23225

The Crossings at Bon Air

Seniors choose The Crossings at Bon Air because of its focus on the individuality of each senior. The facility treats every senior using a tailored care program designed especially for them to see the best results.
  • Recurring care planning sessions
  • Montessori Moments in Time™ Memory Care
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Start My Search 9100 Bon Air Crossings Dr
Richmond, VA, 23235

Hermitage Richmond

Hermitage Richmond is focused on helping seniors find their independence and their best way forward in life. Several programs make it possible for seniors to get more specialized help when they need it.
  • Accredited by CARF
  • More than 70 years of senior care experience
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Start My Search 1600 Westwood Ave
Richmond, VA, 23227

Sunrise of Richmond

Seniors choose Sunrise of Richmond because it gives them a lot of freedom in how they continue their lives. The support services are unobtrusive so that seniors can continue a normal lifestyle with support when they need it.
  • Monthly nurse visits
  • Support groups for family members
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Start My Search 1807 N Parham Rd
Richmond, VA, 23229

Greenfield Residences at Monument Avenue

Greenfield Residences at Monument Avenue prides itself on giving seniors a safe and comfortable living experience. There is an emergency call system in every room to help ensure that seniors are safe.
  • Physicians on site
  • Nurse practitioners on staff
Greenfield Residences at Monument Avenue photo
Start My Search 501 N Allen Ave
Richmond, VA, 23220

Additional Richmond Assisted Living Resources

There are plenty of assisted living facilities in Richmond for seniors to choose from. Here are five other resources in Richmond:

  • Saint Francis Home: The Saint Francis Home offers seniors with financial assistance needs a more affordable place to live. Call 804-231-1043 to enroll in the program.
  • Senior Connections: Senior Connections gives seniors a chance to be social by connecting with other people. Call 804-343-3000 to connect.
  • Linwood Robinson Senior Center: The Linwood Robinson Senior Center hosts events for seniors. Call 804-646-3115 for a program schedule.
  • Virginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging: The Virginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging advocates for seniors and helps them find assistance programs in the community. Call 804-545-1644 for assistance.
  • Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI): The Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI) provides support for anyone with severe visual impairments. Call 804-371-3151 for assistance.