GUIDE: 26 senior living facilities in Cy-Fair

As the population of senior adults continues to grow nationwide, demand is increasing for senior-living communities and support. The following list is not comprehensive, but it is intended to present information on a number of facilities and resources in one place.

Independent living (IL): includes social activities and community spaces but sometimes no meal or medical services.

Assisted living (AL): offers everything from medical to housekeeping services. They are often included in units that also offer memory care.

Memory care (MC): facilities offer services such as reminiscence therapy that work to restore or maintain a patient’s memory.

Skilled nursing (SN): facilities provide nursing care and rehabilitation services to people with illnesses, injuries or disabilities who often need extensive care.

  1. Apex Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care
    AL   MC
    Capacity: 16 MC and 25 AL residents
    13702 Wimbledon Oaks Drive, Houston

  2. Atria Senior Living
    IL   AL   MC
    Capacity: 112 residents
    11500 Fallbrook Drive, Houston

  3.  AutumnGrove Copperfield Cottage
    Capacity: 16 residents
    8524 Copperbrook Drive, Houston

  4. Autumn Leaves of Cy-Fair
    AL   MC
    Capacity: Call for details
    17801 West Road, Houston

  5. Avalon Memory Care
    Capacity: 22 residents at each location
    A. 9922 Grant Road, Houston
    B. 15505 Tuckerton Road, Houston

  6.  Avanti at Towne Lake
    IL   AL   MC
    Capacity: 98 residents
    17808 Lakecrest View Drive, Cypress

  7. Brookdale Willowbrook Place
    AL   MC   SN
    Capacity: call for details
    7450 Willow Chase Blvd., Houston

  8. Copperfield Estates
    Capacity: 21 residents
    16820 West Road, Houston

  9. Eden Memory Care
    Capacity: 16 residents
    13058 Grant Road, Cypress

  10. Elmcroft of Cy-Fair
    Capacity: 89 residents
    11246 Fallbrook Drive, Houston

  11. Fairfield Creek Estates
    Capacity: 140 residents
    27550 Hwy. 290, Cypress

  12. Grace Care Center of Cypress
    Capacity: 118 residents
    9602 Huffmeister Road, Houston

  13. Heartis Cypress
    AL   MC
    Capacity: 89 residents
    17935 Longenbaugh Drive, Cypress

  14. The Laurel at Vintage Park
    Capacity: 120 residents
    15455 Canterbury Forest Drive, Tomball

  15. Legend Oaks Healthcare and Rehabilitation Northwest Houston
    Capacity: 124 residents
    A.  8902 West Road, Houston
    B. 7107 Queenston Blvd., Houston

  16. Misty Willow Healthcare and Rehabilitation
    Capacity: 109 residents
    12921 Misty Willow Drive, Houston

  17. Orchard Park at Willowbrook
    Capacity: 200 residents
    13350 Perry Road, Houston
    11001 Crescent Moon Drive, Houston

  18. Parsons House Cypress
    IL   AL
    Capacity: 52 residents
    15055 N. Eldridge Parkway, Cypress

  19. Silverado Cypresswood Memory Care
    AL   MC
    Capacity: 70 residents
    10225 Cypresswood Drive, Houston

  20. The Solana Preserve Vintage Park
    Capacity: 117 units
    14221 Vintage Preserve Parkway, Houston

  21. The Solana Vintage Park
    AL   MC
    Capacity: 87 residents
    19929 Chasewood Park Drive, Houston

  22. Solea Copperfield Apartments
    Capacity: call for details
    8300 Queenston Blvd., Houston

  23. Spring Cypress Assisted Living and Memory Care
    AL   MC
    Capacity: 100 residents
    16306 Spring Cypress Road, Cypress

  24. Sundance at Towne Lake
    AL   MC
    Capacity: Call for details
    9051 Greenhouse Road, Cypress

  25. Village Green Alzheimer’s Care
    Capacity: 16 residents
    14520 Huffmeister Road, Cypress

  26. Village on the Park—Steeplechase
    IL   AL   MC
    Capacity: 180 residents
    12102 Steepleway Blvd., Houston

By Danica Smithwick

Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She covers public education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development, nonprofits and more in the Cy-Fair community.


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