There are 14 Assisted Living & Nursing Homes in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, serving a population of 97,373 people in an area of 62 square miles. There is 1 Assisted Living & Nursing Home per 6,955 people, and 1 Assisted Living & Nursing Home per 4 square miles.
In Alabama, Tuscaloosa is ranked 137th of 776 cities in Assisted Living & Nursing Homes per capita, and 59th of 776 cities in Assisted Living & Nursing Homes per square mile.
Find Tuscaloosa, Alabama assisted living and nursing homes.
Alice M Kidd Nursing Facility 200 University Boulevard Tuscaloosa, AL
Andante Group Home 532 Frank Thomas Avenue Tuscaloosa, AL
Crimson Village 1410 18th Avenue East Tuscaloosa, AL
Daffodil House Assisted Living 12650 Old Marion Road Tuscaloosa, AL
Hamrick Highlands Assisted Living 755 55th Place East Tuscaloosa, AL
Heritage Health Care & Rehab., Inc. 1101 Snows Mill Avenue Tuscaloosa, AL
Heritage Residential Care Village, Building #2 1001 Snows Mill Avenue Tuscaloosa, AL
La Rocca Nursing Home 403 34th Avenue East Tuscaloosa, AL
Morning Pointe Of Tuscaloosa 1801 Rice Mine Road North Tuscaloosa, AL
Morning Pointe Of Tuscaloosa Specialty Care Assisted Living Facility 1801 Rice Mine Road Northeast Tuscaloosa, AL
North River Village 5810 Rice Mine Road Northeast Tuscaloosa, AL
Pine Valley Retirement Community 800 Rice Valley Road North Tuscaloosa, AL
Remembrance Village 5001 Old Montgomery Highway Tuscaloosa, AL
Traditions Way Roger Sayers Drive Tuscaloosa, AL
Tuscaloosa Assisted Living facilities and Nursing Homes are residential facilities for older adults who require assistance with daily care in Tuscaloosa, AL. Many of the same services provided by Assisted Living may also be provided at a Nursing Home. Assistance may include Tuscaloosa nursing and elderly care as well as help with household chores, daily living activities, and transportation. Tuscaloosa Nursing Homes can provide short-term rehabilitative services to people recovering from hospital stays, as well as long-term care for people who do not require hospitalization but cannot be cared for at home.You may contact Assisted Living & Nursing Homes for questions about: