Talk to a local advisor for free

We could not find this area.

Try this:
Check your spelling and use one of the common location formats below:
  • Zip Code
  • City/State
  • 60610
  • Chicago, IL
Advanced Filters
Choose Care Type(s)

Assisted Living in Homestead, FL

Homestead is a city in Miami-Dade County approximately 30 miles south of Miami. The city has a small, family-friendly atmosphere with easy access to big-city amenities. Like most cities in Florida, Homestead gets above average amounts of rainfall each year, partially due to afternoon showers, but the city gets around 252 sunny days, and the average winter lows are around 55, which provides an excellent climate for outdoor activities. Also, according to the BestPlaces Air Quality Index, the air quality in Homestead is much higher than the national average, which may be ideal for seniors with respiratory issues.

Seniors looking for an assisted living community within the Homestead area have three options to choose from. These communities cost an average of $3,500 per month, which includes the cost of room and board and various amenities.

3 Assisted Living communities in Homestead, FL | 3 nearby communities

Need help with your search? Call 800-304-7152 now to speak with a free local senior housing advisor. Call now to speak with a free local senior housing advisor.

1. The Palace Gardens

3100 Campbell Dr, Homestead, FL, 33030

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 882-3746

View Details

2. Swankridge Care Centers

122 NW 7th Street, Homestead, FL, 33030

Assisted Living

From $5500 / mo

View Details

3. Homestead Manor

1330 Nw 1St Ave, Homestead, FL, 33030

Assisted Living, Respite Care-Short Term Stay

Call for Pricing (866) 956-0235

View Details

3 matching communities nearby Homestead

1. Mary’s House ALF

9191 Sterling Drive, Cutler Bay, FL, 33157

Assisted Living, Assistive Living, Respite Care-Short Term Stay, Supportive living

From $4500 / mo

View Details

2. The Oasis at Coral Reef

15005-15060 SW 97 Avenue, Miami, FL, 33157

Assisted Living, Assistive Living, Respite Care-Short Term Stay, Supportive living

Call for Pricing (855) 430-2394

View Details

3. Sunny Hills ALF of Homestead

25268 SW 134th Avenue, Princeton, FL, 33032

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 956-0235

View Details

What is Assisted Living?

Hundreds of thousands of American seniors utilize assisted living, a figure that is only growing. For these seniors, assisted living combines residential housing,assistance in daily activities, and some healthcare. These communities also strive to provide an atmosphere that is comfortable and engaging for their residents… Read More >

Paying for Assisted Living in Homestead, FL

The Cost of Assisted Living in Homestead

Homestead’s average monthly assisted living cost is $3,500, while Florida’s average is $200 more, and the national average is $800 more. According to the Genworth 2020 Cost of Care Survey, assisted living costs in Georgia are the same as Homestead. Alabama costs are $350 less and Mississippi facilities are $213 more.






The United States







At $3,500, Homestead’s assisted living costs are lower than the state average. Panama City has one of the highest at $5,161, while Jacksonville, Palm Bay and Cape Coral all cost above the state average at $4,150, $4,100 and $4,500, respectively. In the northwest in Pensacola, assisted living is $105 more than the state average. In Tampa, costs are $275 less than in Homestead.








Panama City






Palm Bay


Cape Coral

Note: Data for Homestead was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Miami, was used instead.

Homestead Assisted Living Financial Assistance

The Medicaid Long-Term Waiver Program provides financial assistance to seniors aged 60 and older to pay for home and community-based services in assisted living communities. The waiver pays for services including medication administration, housekeeping, toileting, meals and transportation. Learn more about this waiver, including how to apply, at our Assisted Living in Florida page.

Homestead Assisted Living Resources

Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida(866) 416-5337This nonprofit agency serves seniors aged 60 and older throughout Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Glades, Hendry, Lee and Sarasota counties. Operating as the state’s Aging and Disability Resources Center, the Area Agency on Aging provides information and resources and can connect individuals with housing assistance, housekeeping, legal assistance, personal care and volunteer opportunities.
South Dade Senior Center(305) 669-0712The South Dade Senior Center offers a variety of services, including counseling, support groups, health and wellness activities, congregate and delivered meals, recreational and social programs, field trips and computer classes.
Miami-Dade County Community Action Agency(786) 469-4600The Miami-Dade Community Action Agency delivers social services to older adults aged 60 and older and their families. Some of the programs that are offered include meals, transportation, employment, care planning, home and community-based services and computer training.
Alliance for Aging(305) 670-6500The Alliance for Aging serves as the county’s Area Agency for Aging. It is a private, nonprofit agency that helps the aging population and those with disabilities locate information and available services through a Helpline. Some of these services include insurance counseling, emergency home assistance, information on Alzheimer’s and other memory-related issues and community care.
Miami-Dade Transportation(786) 469-5151Miami-Dade Transportation offers a Golden Passport for seniors aged 65 and older to ride free of charge. All buses have lifts and ramps to accommodate wheelchairs and priority seating at the front of each bus is made available for those with disabilities and the elderly.
Miami-Dade County Veterans Services(305) 756-2830Veterans’ services help military men and women and their families when filing for benefits, claims and appeals. Assistance includes medical care, compensation, benefits, education, home loans, education and pensions. Veterans who require help paying for help with daily living tasks in long-term care may apply for the Aid and Attendance Housing benefit. To qualify, veterans must be 65 and older with no or limited income, have a permanent or total disability and receive SSI and SSDI.

Homestead Assisted Living Laws and Regulations

The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) is solely responsible for licensing and regulating assisted living facilities in Homestead. The agency is responsible for inspecting facilities to ensure health and environmental standards are met. Learn more about these standards at our Assisted Living in Florida page.