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Assisted Living in Midland, Michigan

Midland is a small city located northwest of Saginaw and just 20 minutes from Lake Huron, which provides easy access to area hospitals, restaurants, shopping and water activities. With a cost of living that is considerably lower than the national average, Midland may be an excellent option for seniors looking for a place to retire. For active seniors, the city offers plenty of outdoor activities and places to explore. Dow Gardens is a 110 acre park with gardens and pathways, and the Chippewa Nature Center has plenty of hiking trails and natural wildlife areas. Sports lovers can take in a ballgame at the Dow Diamond stadium, or art lovers may explore the galleries at the Midland Center for the Arts

There are 10 assisted living communities in the area. These communities have an average monthly cost of $4,200. The actual cost varies depending on the number of amenities, where the facility is located and the different types of care they provide. 

5 Assisted Living communities in Midland, MI | 2 nearby communities

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1. Independence Village of Midland

2325 Rockwell Drive, Midland, MI, 48642

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 882-3746

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2. Bickford of Midland

101 Joseph Dr., Midland, MI, 48642

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 946-6888

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3. King’s Daughters Home

2410 Rodd St., Midland, MI, 48640

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 956-0235

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4. Brookdale Midland

4004 Waldo Avenue, Midland, MI, 48642

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 975-4278

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5. Stratford Pines Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

2121 Rockwell Drive, Midland, MI, 48642

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 981-1799

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2 matching communities nearby Midland

1. Auburn Heights Senior Care

110 N Auburn Rd, Auburn, MI, 48611

Assisted Living, Assistive Living, Respite Care-Short Term Stay, Supportive living

Call for Pricing (866) 882-3746

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Community Village, Saginaw, MI

2. Community Village

3200 HOSPITAL ROAD, Saginaw, MI, 48603

Assisted Living, Respite Care-Short Term Stay

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What is Assisted Living?

Hundreds of thousands of American seniors utilize assisted living, a figure that is only growing. For these seniors, assisted living combines residential housing,assistance in daily activities, and some healthcare. These communities also strive to provide an atmosphere that is comfortable and engaging for their residents… Read More >

Paying for Assisted Living in Midland, Michigan

The Cost of Assisted Living in Midland

The average monthly cost of assisted living in Midland is $200 more than the state average and $149 more than the national average. States in the region have similar costs. The Indiana average is $100 less and the Illinois monthly average is just $30 less. Ohio and Wisconsin have slightly higher averages at $4,339 and $4,350. 

$4200

Midland

$4000

Michigan

$4051

The United States

$4100

Indiana

$4170

Illinois

$4339

Ohio

$4350

Wisconsin

Within Michigan, the monthly cost of assisted living communities can also vary. The Kalamazoo area ($3,600), the Lansing area and the Niles area ($4,175) are all less expensive than Midland, while the average in Saginaw is the same as the city. Grand Rapids assisted living communities costs around $4,250 per month, and Detroit is one of the most expensive in the state at $4,625. 

$4200

Midland

$4000

Michigan

$3600

Kalamazoo Area

$4625

Detroit Area

$4240

Grand Rapids

$4175

Niles Area

$4200

Saginaw Area

$4000

Lansing Area

Midland Assisted Living Financial Assistance

The Choice Medicaid Waiver Program is one of many waivers offered by the state to provide assistance to low income individuals. The waiver helps pay for programs and services in long-term care, including housekeeping, equipment and medication management. To learn more about this waiver, including the requirements and how to apply, check out our Assisted Living in Michigan page.  

Midland Assisted Living Resources

 ContactDescription
Region VII Area Agency on Aging(517) 241-2112The Region VII Area Agency on Aging seeks to connect seniors in the area with services that are available. The agency also helps address concerns of all older people in the region. These services include help with housekeeping, delivered and congregate meals and other available programs that help seniors in long-term care remain as independent as possible. 
Senior Services Midland Michigan(989) 633-3700Senior Services of Midland provides a variety of services to improve the quality of life of seniors in assisted living communities. This includes programs like Meals on Wheels, transportation and education. The center also provides companions to connect volunteers with seniors in need. 
Midland County Veterans Services(989) 832-6843Midland County Veterans Services helps prior military and their families obtain benefits and available compensation to improve their quality of life. The center provides free medical, counseling, employment and transition help and assistance locating national cemeteries.
Long Term Care Ombudsman(866) 485-9393The Michigan state ombudsman program works to improve the quality of life of older adults in long-term care through advocacy. The program investigates complaints of elder abuse and does frequent checks on facilities that go against professional standards of care. 
Trailside Senior Center(989) 633-3700The Trailside Senior Center provides a safe place for seniors in the area to gather during the day and socialize. Activities include daily meals, health and fitness, regularly scheduled outings, transportation, games, art and hobby classes and special events, including birthday parties and dances. 

Midland Assisted Living Laws and Regulations

All long-term care facilities must follow the laws and regulations set by the Michigan Bureau of Community Health Systems. These laws regulate items such as housing, staffing and senior care. Learn more about these laws at our Assisted Living in Michigan page.