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Assisted Living in Muskegon, Michigan

The port city of Muskegon, Michigan, is well-known for its pleasure boating, cruises and regattas, but there’s far more to the city than just the waterfront. It has a rich music and fine arts scene, being home to the West Michigan Symphony Orchestra, and the historic downtown is packed with locally-owned stores and boutiques. The city’s 36,565 residents include just over 5,000 seniors, many of whom enjoy the nearby walking trails, beaches, and state parks. Many people are drawn to the city because of its pleasant summers and relatively low cost of living compared to other parts of Michigan.

The average cost of assisted living in Muskegon is $3,500 per month. Exact prices may vary between communities based on their location, size and the level of care that they offer.

2 Assisted Living communities in Muskegon, MI | 4 nearby communities

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1. Christian Care

1530 Mclaughlin Avenue, Muskegon, MI, 49442

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 882-3746

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2. Hume Home of Muskegon

1244 W Southern Avenue, Muskegon, MI, 49441

Assisted Living, Respite Care-Short Term Stay

Call for Pricing (866) 946-6888

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4 matching communities nearby Muskegon

1. Robbinswood Assisted Living

1125 Robbins Road, Grand Haven, MI, 49417

Assisted Living

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2. Christian Haven Home

704 Pennoyer, Grand Haven, MI, 49417

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 946-6888

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3. American House Spring Lake

18100 174th Avenue, Spring Lake, MI, 49456

Assisted Living

Call for Pricing (866) 956-0235

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4. Baldwin House Lloyd’s Bayou

17046 Lloyds Bayou Drive, Spring Lake, MI, 49456

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

Call for Pricing (866) 975-4278

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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 Muskegon, Michigan

The Cost of Assisted Living in Muskegon

With average monthly fees of $3,500, assisted living facilities in Muskegon charge far less than the average for the state of Michigan ($4,200) and less than the national average of $4,300. Michigan’s average assisted living prices compare favorably with other neighboring states, including Ohio ($4,350), Indiana ($4,382), and Illinois ($4,575).






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Within Michigan, assisted living prices can vary significantly. Grand Rapids ($5,000) and Monroe ($5,100) are among the most expensive cities in the state. Fees are also above the state average in the former capital Detroit, at $4,750 per month. Southern cities tend to have lower average costs for assisted living, with fees in Niles being $4,003 per month, while Kalamazoo and Jackson have even lower average fees of $3,950 and $3,650 per month, respectively.






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Muskegon Assisted Living Financial Assistance

Seniors eligible for Medicaid may apply for Michigan’s Medicaid State Plan, which covers long-term care for seniors. In addition, seniors in receipt of Supplemental Security Income can take advantage of a state supplement that limits room and board charges for those living in homes for the aged.

Learn more about the Medicaid State Plan, eligibility requirements and how to apply at our Assisted Living in Michigan page.

Muskegon Assisted Living Resources

Senior Resources of West Michigan(231) 733-3585Senior Resources of West Michigan represents older adults in Muskegon and the surrounding areas, advocating for their rights and needs and running numerous programs including senior nutrition, transportation, recreation and health education-related services.
Muskegon County Department of Veterans Affairs(231) 724-7143The Department of Veterans Affairs supports veterans and their immediate relatives. It provides information and resources and delivers several services, including crisis counseling, education, legal support and assistance with applying for benefits or appealing benefit-related decisions.
AgeWell Senior Medical Transportation(231) 726-7090AgeWell Services offers a door-to-door senior transportation service for non-emergency medical purposes. The service is available to low-income individuals aged 60 or over living in Muskegon County. Trained drivers use accessible vehicles to help seniors attend their medical appointments. Rides are available on weekdays during working hours.
Meals on Wheels of Western Michigan(616) 459-3111Meals on Wheels of Western Michigan runs several nutrition programs for seniors, including home-delivered meals, congregate nutrition and a liquid nutritional supplement program. Meals are delivered three times per week, and seniors have the option of cold meals, a modified menu for those who need soft or pureed foods and hearty meals delivered cold and ready to reheat in a microwave or oven.
Legal Aid of Western Michigan(231) 726-4887Legal Aid of Western Michigan supports low-income individuals by offering civil legal advice. It works with veterans and seniors over the age of 60 and provides advice and legal services relating to domestic or elder abuse, housing issues, public benefits, tax issues and other similar matters. The service is means-tested, and seniors can apply online or by phone.

Muskegon Assisted Living Laws and Regulations

Assisted living facilities in Michigan are required to comply with the laws and regulations set by the state relating to health and safety, staffing, care and accommodations standards. To learn more about the laws and regulations in the state, visit our Assisted Living in Michigan page.