Detroit Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Detroit Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Detroit for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,370/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Detroit Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Courtyard Manor of Farmington Hills Farmington Hills $4,148/month
Farmington Hills Inn Farmington Hills $2,910/month
Elmcroft of Downriver Brownstown Township $3,690/month
The Haworth Center at Baptist Manor Farmington Hills $3,000/month
The Arbor Inn Warren $1,825/month
Sunrise of Bloomfield Bloomfield Hills $4,000/month
Sunrise of Bloomfield Hills Bloomfield Hills $4,490/month
Sunrise at North Farmington Hills Farmington Hills $4,070/month
Sunrise of Grosse Pointe Woods Grosse Pointe Woods $5,960/month
Sunrise of Northville Northville $4,960/month
Sunrise of Rochester Rochester $4,660/month
Sunrise of Shelby Township Shelby Township $4,340/month
Sunrise of Troy Troy $4,780/month
Atria Shorehaven Sterling Heights $3,095/month
Atria Kinghaven Riverview $2,840/month
Chester Street Residence Royal Oak $5,750/month
Botsford Commons Farmington Hills $1,750/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by 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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Map of Detroit Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Detroit

The largest city in Michigan has been known by many nicknames throughout its colorful history. Along with introducing the world to typewriters, automatic coffee makers and ice cream sodas, Detroit has achieved fame for being the automobile capital of the world, earning it the nickname "Motor City." As a center of industry during WWII, Detroit was known as the "Arsenal of Democracy," but in the 1960's, Detroit switched from technology to culture as the city enchanted America with the smooth sound of Motown music. Residents of assisted living in Detroit need not worry about being swallowed up by skyscrapers and factories, as this city boasts many beautiful parks and is also home to the only international wildlife preserve in North America. The preserve is uniquely located in the heart of Detroit's metropolitan area, encompassing 48 miles of shoreline from the Detroit River to Western Lake Erie in neighboring Canada.  

Detroit Attractions

Michigan's biggest metropolitan area is a mecca of entertainment options for residents of assisted living. Detroit is a vibrant city constantly in progress, and it offers the finest in culture at the Opera House, the very best shopping bargains at Great Lakes Crossing and the some of the wildest casino game play. Sports fans will cheer themselves hoarse as they root for four different professional teams: the Detroit Tigers, Pistons, Lions and Red Wings

Detroit Senior Activities

St. Patrick's Senior Center embraces the motto "Giving from the heart, in the heart of Detroit." The center offers its members the opportunity to enjoy shuffle board, pool tables, a computer learning center, fitness programs and a wide variety of social activities. The Hannan Center for Senior Learning enhances assisted living in Detroit by providing a place for elderly residents to express themselves and develop new skills. The on-site Berry Media Center is used to record oral histories and live performances by seniors.

Detroit Medical Facilities

St. John Providence Health System operates state-of-the-art hospital facilities throughout the greater metropolitan area. The St. John SeniorLink is a one-call health resource for residents of assisted living in Detroit.  St. Patrick's Senior Center runs a clinic to help its elderly members stay healthy with their convenient and free services including physicals, blood pressure readings, workshops on preventing disease and injury, and seminars to help seniors get the most out of their health insurance.

Detroit Transportation

Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) offers a variety of public transit options. Their People Mover circles the downtown Detroit area, while the SMART line services the outlying suburbs. Residents of assisted living in Detroit can also travel directly to nearby Windsor, Ontario via the Tunnel Bus. MetroLift, which contracts with three experienced companies, is the city's curb-to-curb transportation system servicing Detroit's elderly and disabled.

Find Assisted Living in Detroit

The city of Detroit has been overcoming its recent economic downfall with aggressive revitalization programs. This historically robust city remains a viable option for a happy retirement. To learn more, please visit our Detroit Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Josh Talbot. Back to Top