Assisted Living in Marysville, Washington
Situated 32 miles north of the Seattle metro area and just off of Interstate 5, the Snohomish County community of Marysville is home to approximately 70,290 Washingtonians. Marysville has a vibrant downtown district on the banks of Ebey Slough, where residents can enjoy a variety of dining, shopping and entertainment options followed by a pleasant stroll along the Ebey Waterfront Trail. Marysville offers a four-season Pacific Northwest climate with warm, pleasant summers that peak at around 75 degrees and cool, wet winters that don’t often dip below freezing. Outdoor activities include hiking, biking, picnicking, fishing, boating and birdwatching.
The average cost of assisted living in Marysville is $5,850 per month. However, the costs of individual assisted living facilities vary depending on factors such as location and the services and amenities they offer.
Paying for Assisted Living in Marysville, Washington
The Cost of Assisted Living in Marysville
With an average monthly price tag of $5,850, assisted living in Marysville runs higher than the Washington average of $5,750 and significantly higher than the national average of $4,300. Costs are also lower in neighboring Oregon ($4,659), Idaho ($3,675), Montana ($4,213) and California ($5,000).
Assisted living costs fluctuate within the state of Washington, with the Seattle metro area being the most expensive at $6,750. Over in the state’s southeastern corner, residents of Walla Walla pay the least at $3,800. On the southern end of the state along the coast, Longview residents pay a monthly average of $5,100. Residents of assisted living communities in Washington’s northernmost community, Bellingham, pay an average of $4,738, while prices on the eastern side in Spokane average $5,084.
Note: Data for Marysville was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Mt. Vernon, was used instead.
Marysville Assisted Living Financial Assistance
The state of Washington offers two programs through its Medicaid program designed for those in assisted living. The Personal Care Program provides assistance with activities of daily living such as grooming, bathing and dressing. Seniors who require skilled nursing care but desire to remain in their own communities, including assisted living facilities, may be eligible for the Community First Choice Option.
Visit our Assisted Living in Washington page for more information on applying for these options.
Marysville Assisted Living Resources
|Snohomish County Long Term Care & Aging ||(425) 388-7377||As the Area Agency on Aging serving Marysville and other Snohomish County communities, Snohomish County Long Term Care & Aging provides direct and indirect services to older persons and those in long-term care situations. Indirect services include information about local, state and federal programs and services designed to promote health and independence for senior citizens, referrals to relevant programs and services, and assistance with application processes. Direct services include implementation of local senior nutrition programs, health insurance counseling, and health and wellness classes and workshops. |
|Ken Baxter Community Center||(360) 363-8450||The Ken Baxter Community Center provides a variety of activities and programs designed especially for senior citizens, including senior yoga classes and senior aerobics. Other activities include arts and crafts workshops, mah-jongg, bridge, woodcarving and health and wellness workshops. |
|ORCA Regional Reduced Fare Permit||(425) 348-2350||Senior citizens aged 65 and over and those with Medicare cards can receive discounted fares on regular bus routes, Sound Transit trains and all Washington State Ferries. Riders must carry a Reduced Fare Permit when accessing services. Permits are free with a completed application and proof of age; caregivers of permit holders can ride for free. |
|Snohomish County Veterans Assistance Program ||(425) 388-7255||Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces who reside in Snohomish County can access information about federal benefits programs designed for those who have honorably served their country. The agency also provides a number of direct services such as emergency financial aid, case management and a mobile dental van. |
|Washington State Long Term Care Ombudsman Program ||Residents of Washington State in long-term care facilities can access advocacy services from the Washington State Long Term Care Ombudsman Program. The program is designed to protect the rights of those in long-term care, including assisted living facilities. Advocates are trained to receive and resolve complaints concerning various aspects of long-term care, and all services are free and confidential. |
Marysville Assisted Living Laws and Regulations
Assisted living facilities in Washington must comply with local, state and federal rules and regulations regarding their operations as mandated by Washington’s Aging and Long-Term Support Administration. Visit our Assisted Living in Washington page for more information on these rules and regulations.