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Assisted Living in Plattsburgh, NY

Placed along the Lake Champlain north-western coast, the city of Plattsburgh is the seat of Clinton County in the state of New York. This small community is home to just under 20,000 people, of whom nearly 17% are older adults aged 65 and over. Places of interest such as the Cumberland Bay State Park and Plattsburgh City Beach make the area ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. The community is a safe and affordable place to live. Retirees in Plattsburgh can expect health care costs to be around 8% lower than in the rest of the state. 

Seniors in the area pay an average of $5,425 each month to live in one of the 10 assisted living communities that serve Plattsburgh, per the Genworth Cost of Care 2020 Survey. Actual costs can fluctuate based on each facility’s services and programs. 

2 Assisted Living communities in Plattsburgh, NY | 1 nearby communities

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1. Samuel F. Vilas Home

61 Beekman St., Plattsburgh, NY, 12901

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

From $4300 / mo

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2. Clinton County Nursing Home

16 FLYNN AVENUE, Plattsburgh, NY, 12901

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (855) 430-2394

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Valehaven HFA, Peru, NY

1. Valehaven HFA

2989 N Main Street, Peru, NY, 12972

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

Call for Pricing (866) 882-3746

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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 Plattsburgh, NY

The Cost of Assisted Living in Plattsburgh

Assisted living facilities in Plattsburgh charge a monthly median of $5,425, which is a lot more than both the state and country’s respective averages of $4,800 and $4,300. The city’s costs are slightly above Vermont ($5,310), but significantly lower than in Massachusetts ($6,085) and Connecticut ($6,300). Rates in the southern adjacent state of Pennsylvania are $1,470 lower, on average than in Plattsburgh. 




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Next to other state cities, assisted living costs in Plattsburgh are mid-range. The cities of New York ($5,991) and Watertown ($6,034) are some of the costliest in the state, only surpassed by Ithaca, where the rate of $13,500 is over double that of Plattsburgh. Areas such as Rochester ($5,180) and Poughkeepsie ($5,154) are in a similar bracket with Plattsburgh, with the median rates just a few hundred dollars lower. Some of the most affordable state cities are Glens Falls ($4,235) and Buffalo ($4,565), with the former being over $1,000 below Plattsburgh. 




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Plattsburgh Assisted Living Financial Assistance

Seniors who meet the requirements for nursing home care, but don’t yet need constant medical supervision may get help paying for their assisted living costs through the state’s Assisted Living Program. This program is open to all seniors, regardless of Medicaid status. Seniors eligible for Medicaid may also get financial assistance through New York’s Long-Term Home Health Care Program.

Learn more about these waivers and check who qualifies by visiting our Assisted Living in New York page.

Plattsburgh Assisted Living Resources

The Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County(518) 563-6180Seniors in Plattsburgh can get involved in many activities at the senior center operated by the Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County. Older adults benefit from access to programs such as tai chi and the osteo/arthritis exercise class. The center has a calendar full of social events including weekly bingo, poker and Scrabble games. 
Clinton County Office For The Aging(518) 565-4620The county’s office for the aging is the gateway between older adults in Clinton County and available services. Seniors can contact the office for information on local benefit programs, check if they’re eligible for assistance and explore a directory of useful resources. 
Rural Law Center Legal Assistance Program(518) 561-5460This nonprofit can help low-income seniors receive the legal representation they need. Lawyers with the Rural Law Center can advise seniors on matters such as living wills, guardianships and public benefits.
Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman(855) 582-6769As a statewide advocacy initiative, the long-term care ombudsman can help residents in assisted living communities understand their rights. Seniors can find information about suitable accommodation units and log concerns about specific facilities. The ombudsman can investigate and mediate on behalf of senior residents.
Health Insurance Information, Counseling and Assistance Program(800) 701-0501HICAP is a New York State Office of the Aging program that can help older adults make informed choices about Medicare. Trained counselors provide free and unbiased advice on all Medicare-related matters including The Medicare Savings Program.
Clinton County Veterans Service Agency(518) 565-4720The Clinton County Veterans Service Agency serves seniors who were part of the country’s Armed Forces. The office can help seniors find out more information on financial assistance programs. Areas of counseling include military pensions, compensations and health care. 

Plattsburgh Assisted Living Laws and Regulations

In the state of New York, adult care facilities such as assisted living communities must follow the comprehensive set of regulations set by the Department of Health to operate under a state license. Get more information about these laws on our Assisted Living in New York page.