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Michigan is nearing 10 million residents though the population has flatlined a little over the last couple of decades. The state still ranks slightly behind neighboring Ohio in terms of population.

Why search for assisted living communities in Michigan?

Michigan is very affordable for the region it occupies. In fact, the only other Midwest or northern state that can compete with the monthly costs for assisted living in Michigan is Indiana. Everywhere else is far more expensive.

Michigan does have a long and snowy winter, especially in the upper peninsula, yet the indoor facilities are climate controlled and keep residents comfortable. If you have family in the area, this is often a small price to pay.

The summer months are gorgeous in Michigan, along with the well-regarded fall where many people visit the state for its foliage. The healthcare system is also highly regarded in Michigan.

Michigan Assisted Living - Cost

The Top 5 Most Affordable Cities for Assisted Living in Michigan per month:

  1. Detroit, MI - $3,115
  2. Springfield, MI - $3,245
  3. Jackson, MI - $3,295
  4. Port Huron, MI - $3,310
  5. Calumet, MI - $3,325

The Top 5 Most Expensive Cities for Assisted Living in Michigan:

  1. Bloomfield, MI - $4,345
  2. Bloomfield Township, MI - $4,330
  3. Bloomfield Hills, MI - $4,275
  4. Saline, MI - $4,260
  5. Troy, MI - $4,250

The Top 5 Most Affordable Counties in Michigan for Assisted Living per month:

  1. Jackson County - $3,310
  2. Houghton County - $3,325
  3. Roscommon County - $3,385
  4. Bay County - $3,405
  5. Gladwin County - $3,410

The Top 5 Most Expensive Counties in Michigan for Assisted Living:

  1. Livingston County - $4,115
  2. Clinton County - $4,090
  3. Washtenaw County - $3,990
  4. Oakland County - $3,955
  5. Ottawa County - $3,840

Types of Assisted Living Available in Michigan

Michigan features a good selection of assisted living types and different care services. Are you confused on the difference? Here is a quick breakdown of the different types of senior living in Michigan:

Personal care services: These services can help with daily functions by certified or non-certified staff. It includes activities like help grooming or getting dressed, and other basic ailments. 

Directed care services: These services are provided for residents that require assistance, have trouble expressing needs, or struggle making basic decisions yet can still live relatively free on their own.

Supervisory care services: The least hands-on of the services, it provides basic monitoring and ability to rush to a crisis or other serious event.

Paying for Assisted Living in Michigan

Health Link or the Choice Waiver Program are two options for financial aid for senior citizens in Michigan assisted living facilities.

Please contact a state office or representative for more details on assistance covering assisted living-related expenses.

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