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Senior Housing & Assisted Living in Salinas, CA

Salinas has a variety of senior housing options, listed below. Many variables come into play when determining if Salinas is ideal for you or your loved one, however cost of living is usually among the top 3 most heavily weighted factors since most retirees live on a budget and fixed income. The cost of living in Salinas is based on the Median Household Income, Median Gross Rent Rate, and Cost of Living Index. In Salinas, those are $58,089, $1,211 and 106 respectively. If the cost of living in Salinas is too high, try popular nearby cities such as Scotts Valley, Pacific Grove or Los Gatos which might have alternative and lower cost senior housing options.

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Salinas, CA, is located in Central California, near the Pacific coast. It is a medium sized city with a population of just over 150,000. Salinas is a mostly suburban city, but has a recently renovated main street which offers an array of entertainment venues, shopping, and restaurants. The city enjoys naturally cool air from the Pacific Ocean, with very stable and warm temperatures all year round. Salinas is an ideal place for a retiree to settle down in an assisted living facility. SeniorLiving.org can help you select the right Salinas assisted living facility for your personal needs. Salinas has many senior living communities and also offers nursing homes, elderly care centers, and senior apartments.

The cost of senior care in Salinas is higher than the median level for California. The monthly cost of a private bedroom at an ALF is $4,380. The cost of a private room in a nursing home is $8,365 per month. These monthly costs are well above the national average, but are reasonably expected for facilities in a medium sized city in California. Although California has high sales and state taxes, the cost of living in Salinas makes it an affordable place to settle down with assisted living. The March 2012 cost of living index in Salinas was rated at 103.1, slightly above the national benchmark of 100. Other medium sized cities near California major metropolitan areas rate much higher in cost of living indexes. Salinas has an elevated crime rate, rated on the crime index with a 417.6 in 2010 while the national average is 319.1.

Salinas has many health care options to choose from. The Natividad Medical Center and Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital are within the city. The Community Hospital of the Monterrey Peninsula, Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital, and Watsonville Community Hospital are all located nearby.

Salinas has been etched in literary history by being John Steinbeck’s home town, and also as the setting for his famous novel, Of Mice and Men. The city now houses the National Steinbeck Center which pays tribute to the author and the agricultural workers whose struggles he chronicled. The Center houses Steinbeck artifacts, art displays and exhibits, and an agricultural museum. Other points of interest nearby are the Boronda Adobe History Center, the California Rodeo Salinas, and the River Road Wine Trail. Salinas’ main street has 10 blocks of commercial storefront, with boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and three active theaters. The downtown area is very pedestrian friendly, with wide sidewalks and antique street lamps.

If your retirement plans include outdoor pursuits, Salinas offers quite a few options. If golf is your pursuit, there is the Salinas Golf and Country Club. The city also has many parks including the Gablian Creek Wilderness Sanctuary. Salinas is also in close proximity to the famed Laguna Seca race track.

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