GUIDE: Your 2019 guide to senior living facilities in the Spring, Klein community

As the number of senior adults nationwide and in the Spring and Klein area continues to grow, so does demand for residential options. The following list is not comprehensive.

Definitions/key:

Independent-living
communities cater to older adults with limited care needs. Most include amenities, such as fitness programs, housekeeping, communal meals and more.

Assisted-living communities specialize in providing care and supervision. These facilities frequently offer a full range of amenities as well as limited medical assistance.

Memory care facilities specialize in providing care to seniors with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other cognitive issues. Staff members are trained to help residents manage these diseases.


Hospice care is intended to relieve symptoms and suffering associated with a terminal illness in those who have been given six months or less to live.

Nursing home/skilled nursing facilities provide care to those with illnesses or mental conditions requiring full-time monitoring and medical care. The patient must choose to forgo further curative treatment.

Local Spring and Klein facilities:

Atria Cypresswood (Independent living, assisted living and memory care)

6611 Cypresswood Drive, Spring

281-370-5444

www.atriaseniorliving.com

The Auberge at Vintage Lake (Independent living, assisted living, memory care, hospice care and nursing home/skilled nursing)

10120 Louetta Road, Houston

832-761-7632

www.aubergevintagelake.com

Autumn Grove Cottage at Champions (Independent living, assisted living, memory care, hospice care and nursing home/skilled nursing)

8733 E. Loch Drive, Spring

281-220-0882

www.autumngrove.com

Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood (Assisted living)

6327 Cypresswood Drive, Spring

281-374-1750

www.autumnleaves.com

Avanti Senior Living at Augusta Pines (Independent living, assisted living, memory care, hospice care and nursing home/skilled nursing)

24520 Community Center Drive, Spring

281-205-2600

www.augustapines.avanti-sl.com

Avid Care Cottages–Champions (Assisted living)

5807 Old Lodge Drive, Houston

832-692-0093

www.avidcarecottages.com

Avid Care Cottages–North (Assisted living)

3611 Glenpine Drive, Houston

832-692-0093

www.avidcarecottages.com

Brookdale Champion Oaks (Assisted living)

17705 Red Oak Drive, Houston

281-440-0966

www.brookdale.com

Brookdale Champions (Assisted living and memory care)

14050 Cutten Road, Houston

281-866-9898

www.brookdale.com

Brookdale Cypress Station (Assisted living and memory care)

303 Lantern Bend Drive, Houston

281-880-7702

www.brookdale.com

Brookdale Willowbrook Place (Assisted living, memory care and nursing home/skilled nursing)

7450 Willowchase Blvd., Houston

713-630-8900

www.brookdale.com

Conservatory at Champion Forest (Independent living)

8215 Cypresswood Drive, Spring

832-698-9591

www.conservatoryseniorliving.com

Ella Springs Senior Living Community (Assisted living and memory care)

16700 Ella Blvd., Houston

281-560-4311

www.ellasprings.com

Embark at Willowbrook Park (Independent living)

7575 Willow Chase Blvd., Houston

281-588-0800

www.embarkseniorliving.com

Emeritus at Champion (Assisted living, hospice care and nursing home/skilled nursing)

17705 Red Oak Drive, Houston

281-440-0966

www.brookdale.com

Grace Memory Care (Independent living, assisted living, memory care and hospice care)

25610 Oakhurst Drive, Spring

832-677-2901

www.gracememorycare.com

Hampton at Cypress Station (Assisted living and memory care)

303 Lantern Bend Drive, Houston

281-880-7702

www.brookdaleliving.com

HomeBridge Care (Independent living)

1324 Lemm Road, Ste. 2, Spring

713-785-5501

www.homebridgecare.com

Ivy Point Klein (Independent living)

19310 TC Jester Blvd., Spring

281-747-9949

www.ivypointklein.com

Just Divine Hands (Assisted living, memory care and hospice care)

510 Enchanted Hollow Drive, Spring

281-528-9508

www.justdivinehands.net

Loving Care Cottages (Assisted living and memory care)

Assisted Living

14977 Terrace Oaks Drive, Houston

281-910-4497

www.lovingcarecottages.com

Mercy Elderly Assisted Living (Assisted living)

19003 Mirror Lake Drive, Spring

832-364-2273

www.mercyelderly.com

Mossy Oaks Retreat Assisted Living (Assisted living)

23003 Fritz Lane, Spring

281-882-3112

www.mossyoaksretreat.com

New Haven Assisted Living of Spring (Assisted living and memory care)

21327 Falvel Road, Spring

832-850-5317

www.newhavenassistedliving.com

Northgate Assisted Living (Assisted living and memory care)

14902 Welcome Lane, Houston

832-853-7178

www.ngassistedliving.com

Paradise Springs (Independent living)

5600 Cypresswood Drive, Spring

281-376-5949

www.holidaytouch.com

Park Manor of Cypress Station (Nursing home/skilled nursing)

420 Lantern Bend Drive, Houston

832-249-6500

www.parkmanor-cypressstation.com

Pathways Memory Care (Memory care and nursing home/skilled nursing)

2930 Cypress Grove Meadows Drive, Houston

281-315-1450

www.pathwaysmemorycare.com

Silver Leaf Memory Care Community (Memory care)

1923 Silver Leaf, Spring

832-674-0100

www.villagecarehomes.com

The Solana Preserve Vintage Park (Independent living)

14221 Vintage Park Preserve, Houston

832-996-4900

www.brookdale.com

The Solana Vintage Park (Assisted living and memory care)

19929 Chasewood Park Drive, Houston

281-320-9000

www.brookdale.com

Spring Creek Village Assisted Living & Memory Care (Assisted living and memory care)

2305 Holzwarth Road, Spring

281-257-2299

www.springcreekvillage.com

Sycamore Creek Ranch Memory Care (Memory care)

6510 Cypresswood Drive, Spring

832-791-1577

www.scrmemorycare.com

Unlimited Care Cottages (Assisted living and memory care)

515 Enchanted River Drive, Spring

713-419-2609

www.unlimitedcarecottages.com

The Village at Gleannloch Farms (Independent living, assisted living, memory care and nursing home/skilled nursing)

9505 Northpointe Blvd., Spring

281-318-5881

www.brookdale.com

Wood Glen Court Assisted Living (Independent living and assisted living)

5000 Cypresswood Drive, Spring

832-639-8540

www.woodglencourt.com
By Hannah Zedaker

Born and raised in Cypress, Texas, Hannah Zedaker graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in mass communication and a minor in political science. She began as an intern with Community Impact Newspaper in 2015 and was hired upon graduation as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in May 2016. In January 2019, she was promoted to serve as the editor of the Spring/Klein edition where she covers Spring ISD and Harris County Commissioners Court, in addition to business, development and transportation news.


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