The 9 Best St. Louis, MO Assisted Living Facilities

To make your search for a St. Louis assisted living facility easier, we compiled this list of the 9 best options to choose from.


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Dugourg House

The Dubourg House is focused on letting seniors choose their level of activity through events and outings in the community.
  • Respite care
  • Events in the community
Dubourg House | Retirement Living
Cardinal Ritter | Retirement Living Cardinal Ritter | Retirement Living
(314) 752-1901
5890 Eichelberger St
St. Louis, MO, 63109

Charter Senior Living Communities

Charter Living Senior Living Communities is a place where seniors can receive specialized memory care support through sensory spaces and community-based activities.
  • Small community groups
  • Sensory improvement spaces
Charter Senior Living | Retirement Living
Charter Senior Living | Retirement Living Charter Senior Living | Retirement Living
(314) 647-6600
6543 Chippewa St
St. Louis, MO, 63109

Wilbar Boarding Home

The staff at Wilbar Boarding Home is skilled in working with seniors that have mental illnesses.
  • Specialized care for mental illnesses
  • Monthly doctor checkups
Wilbar Boarding Home | Retirement Living
Get Pricing 4337 Maryland Ave
St. Louis, MO, 63108

Mary Ryder Home

The Mary Ryder Home offers a living facility for women with low income and can prove that they are able to manage themselves in an emergency.
  • Women-only facility
  • On-site doctors and mental health professionals
Mary Ryder Home | Retirement Living
Get Pricing 4361 Olive St
St. Louis, MO, 63108

Silver Spur

The Silver Spur can help seniors with their mobility concerns in a spacious home-like facility that has many community building events.
  • Large facility
  • Mobility support
Silver Spur | Retirement Living
Get Pricing 3300 Texas Ave
St. Louis, MO, 63118

St Elizabeth Hall

St. Elizabeth Hall serves as an assisted living program for seniors that focuses on fitness and nutrition help seniors stay healthy.
  • Wellness and fitness programs
  • Focus on healthy eating and nutrition
St Elizabeth Hall | Retirement Living
Get Pricing 325 N Newstead Ave
St. Louis, MO, 63108

Assisted Daily Living

Assisted Daily Living provides nursing care with flexible hours, as well as making it possible for family members to be compensated for providing care.
  • Flexible care hours
  • Family care option
Assisted Daily Living | Retirement Living
Get Pricing 9726 Halls Ferry Road
St. Louis, MO, 63136

Mother of Perpetual Help Residence

Mother of Perpetual Help Residence provides independent apartment-style living with the assistance of nursing and care support.
  • Apartment-style living
  • Around-the-clock nursing care
Mother of Perpetual Help Residence | Retirement Living
Get Pricing 7609 Watson Rd
St. Louis, MO, 63119

Kasey Paige Assisted Living Facility

Kasey Paige Assisted Living helps seniors stay active in their twilight years with community events and activities.
  • Focus on diabetes and insulin
  • 24/7 care
Kasey Paige Assisted Living | Retirement Living
Get Pricing 3715 Jamieson Ave
St. Louis, MO, 63109

Additional St. Louis, MO Assisted Living Resources

Living in an assisted living community doesn’t mean that you can’t benefit from other types of support. Here are some organizations that can provide additional help and support if you need it:

  • St. Louis Area Agency on Aging: The St. Louis Area Agency on Aging is a free service for seniors to learn about available services in the community. If you have questions or to make an appointment, contact the agency by calling 314-612-5918.
  • St. Louis Naturally Occurring Retirement Community: If you live in the Creve Coeur area of St. Louis, St. Louis Naturally Occurring Retirement Community can provide you scheduled transportation, educational, and referral services. Contact the St. Louis NORC Project by phone at 314-442-3859.
  • Society of St. Vincent de Paul: The local chapter can provide financial assistance, clothing, and food to those who need it. Call 314-531-7837 to find out more.
  • ALS Association: If you or a family member has been diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s Disease, the ALS Association can help with connecting you with free resources. The organization also supports ALS research. To ask about support, call the organization at 314-432-7257.