Assisted Living in Arizona
Our records show that the state of Arizona has at least 2,015 senior living providers, including 1,350 assisted living facilities. According to a recent study conducted by Genworth Financial, along with data published by Medicare, the average cost of assisted living facilities in Arizona is $37,800 per year, with costs ranging from $1,100 to $6,700 per month. The national average cost for all states was $3,500 per month.
The highest assisted living costs in the state of Arizona are found in the Flagstaff metropolitan area where prices range from $4,000 per month up to $4,750 per month, with an average cost of $54,000 yearly. The lowest assisted living prices in Arizona are around the Yuma area. Here, costs range from between $1,635 and $3,500 per month, with a median annual cost of $35,400.
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