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Assisted Living in Idaho

State regulations

Cost of Assisted Living in Idaho

According to the 2012 A Place for Mom Senior Living Costs Survey, the median monthly cost to live in an assisted living one bedroom apartment in Idaho is $2,687.

A Place for Mom uses the term “assisted living” to indicate that the community provides some level of assistance with daily living activities. It is not intended to indicate that the facility meets official state requirements for level of care.

Top Cities in Idaho

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All cities offering Assisted Living

Ammon   (2)
Blackfoot   (2)
Boise   (20)
Buhl   (1)
Burley   (2)
Caldwell   (3)
Cascade   (1)
Chubbuck   (1)
Eagle   (3)
Emmett   (3)
Fruitland   (1)
Hayden   (3)
Kootenai   (1)
Kuna   (1)
Lewiston   (6)
Malad City   (1)
Meridian   (8)
Montpelier   (1)
Moscow   (2)
Nampa   (8)
Orofno   (1)
Payette   (1)
Pinehurst   (1)
Pocatello   (4)
Post Falls   (4)
Rathdrum   (1)
Rexburg   (1)
Rigby   (1)
Rupert   (1)
Sandpoint   (3)
St. Maries   (1)
Twin Falls   (7)
Victor   (1)
Weiser   (2)
Wendell   (1)

Assisted Living Rules and Regulations in Idaho

A lot of research and thought goes into choosing an assisted living community for yourself or a loved one. Many states offer public access to assisted living records and licenses which can help consumers make an informed decision. Each state differs in how consumers can access the information and what types of information they make available to the public. Learn more about accessing assisted living records in Idaho.

Public Records and License Status

While not all their data is located in one place, Idaho does provide a high level of transparency and accessibility into assisted living records. To view a list of licensed providers and their background information visit the Residential Care and Assisted Living Consumers’ Page and select “Facility Lists.” To view more information about the facilities select, “Facility Survey/Inspections Reports.”

Violations and Resident Protection

Idaho provides a list of licensed communities online that is updated frequently but is not searchable. They also post updated information regarding violations, inspections, survey results and complaints online. Idaho shows information about special licensing at the facilities as well as capacity information and contact information. They do not share pricing information or payment types accepted at each facility.

In Idaho, inspections are performed every 36 months and the state can fine facilities for non-compliance.

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