New Hampshire Assisted Living Directory

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If you’re from New Hampshire, chances are you’re fiercely loyal to your beautiful state and want your loved one to be able to continue you living in it. Sadly however, New Hampshire is one of the most expensive states in the US for assisted living. While the national average is around 3,700, New Hampshire’s average monthly cost for assisted living is closer to 4,800!


However, this might not be enough to detour you. New Hampshire is small and cherished by those who live there, and keeping your loved one close might well be worth the cost to you. With breathtaking fall colors when autumn rolls around, grand mountains, and beautiful lakes, it’s hard not to treasure it.


If your children attend Dartmouth college, that’s even more reason to keep your mom or dad close so they can see their grandchildren on a frequent basis, instead of just holidays and school breaks.


If you’re looking for a major city for your loved one to reside in, the top cities with assisted living options in New Hampshire are:






Here are the average monthly assisted living costs you’ll encounter in New Hampshire :


Assisted Living Facility



Homemaker Services



Home Health Aide



For Nursing Homes, the average costs of private vs semi-private rooms:


Semi-Private Room



Private Room



Besides the prices of facilities found in New Hampshire, it’s also very important to research the facilities you’re interested in, making sure they are properly licensed and have no complaints filed against them. You’re loved one wont be able to fully enjoy their beautiful state if the state of their assisted living facility isn’t up to the highest standards. Researching reviews and regulations online is a great way to start the process of choosing the exact facility for your loved one, but make sure to visit the final options in person before your decision is made.


While some websites are very thorough, there’s nothing like seeing a place for yourself, talking to the staff, and interviewing a few of the current residents for their opinions. You might even talk to some of their friends and family who are visiting for their take on the facility and it’s staff as well.


You can research New Hampshire’s Long-Term Ombudsman and Assisted Living regulations here:



Other cities offering assisted living include:


Bedford   (3)

Belmont   (1)

Brentwood   (1)

Bristol   (1)

Charlestown   (1)

Concord   (6)

Dover   (3)

Durham   (2)

Epsom   (1)

Exeter   (3)

Franconia   (1)

Franklin   (6)

Fremont   (1)

Georges Mills   (1)

Goffstown   (1)

Hanover   (2)

Haverhill   (1)

Hudson   (1)

Keene   (3)

Laconia   (1)

Lancaster   (1)

Lebanon   (1)

Lee   (1)

Littleton   (1)

Manchester   (4)

Meredith   (3)

Merrimack   (1)

Milford   (1)

Mont Vernon   (1)

Nashua   (3)

New Boston   (2)

New London   (2)

Newmarket   (1)

Newport   (1)

North Conway   (1)

Northfield   (2)

Peterborough   (4)

Pittsfield   (1)

Portsmouth   (2)

Raymond   (1)

Rye   (1)

Salem   (1)

Sanbornville   (1)

Somersworth   (1)

Tamworth   (2)

Temple   (1)

Troy   (1)

West Deering   (1)

West Ossipee   (1)

Whitefield   (1)

Windham   (2)

Wolfeboro   (1)