Michigan Independent Living

The skyline of Detroit, MI (Michigan) is seen across the Detriot River The average cost of Independent Living in Michigan is $2,190 per month. In Michigan there are 217 Independent Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Cost of Independent Living in Michigan

The average cost of Independent Living in Michigan is $2,190. Independent Living costs range from $637 to $3,844 depending on location and other factors.

City Minimum Maximum Median
Brighton$1,525$2,770$2,148
Clinton Township$2,000$2,975$2,542
Farmington Hills$1,690$2,250$1,970
Fort Gratiot$637$1,174$906
Riverview$2,525$2,705$2,615
Rochester Hills$2,450$2,625$2,538
Southfield$1,285$2,700$1,970
Sterling Heights$2,225$2,868$2,618
Waterford$1,799$1,825$1,812
Westland$1,600$2,275$1,963
Source: SeniorHomes.com - 2015
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.

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As one of the nature rich states in America, Michigan has a history that stretches from the early Native Americans, through 18th century French exploration, and a dazzling industrial era. It is home numerous several lakes and bays, with no resident being more than 10km away from a body of water. The state's beauty is perfectly complimented by its continental climate, which ranges from traditionally snowy winters to baking summers. With just over 20% of the population being in the 55+ age bracket, Michigan independent living is ideally suited for those who never want to miss an opportunity to have fun, or relax. Those who live there are spoiled for choice in terms of both historical and modern attractions. From amusement and water parks, to battlegrounds and lighthouses, Michigan has something to offer everyone.

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Michigan independent living is designed for those who are over the age of 55, require a senior living solution,Michigan Independnet Living but want to retain their sense of independence. Unlike Assisted Living solutions, independent living in Michigan focuses on providing convenient services such as transportation and housekeeping, rather than help with daily activities like dressing or personal hygiene. Residents can come and go as they please, and enjoy access to facilities like kitchenettes in their apartments. Residents typically do not require 24/7 access to medical care, but would like the option of calling someone for help, if necessary. By taking advantage of the Michigan independent living facilities available, residents can enjoy everything the state has to offer.