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Residential Care Homes in Alabama

There are 698 senior care providers in Alabama, which include 11 residential care communities. With costs of residential care homes in Alabama typically ranging between $675 and $4,320 monthly, the median annual cost runs around $26,046. The national median cost for all states is around $2,625 per month.

The Decatur metro area has the highest residential care home costs in the state of Alabama, with annual costs of around $55,024 and ranging from $139 per month up to $166 per month. The lowest residential care community prices in the state are around the Gadsden area. Here, costs range from $1,313 to $2,306 per month, with a median yearly cost of around $22,523.

Alabama has an above average SeniorScore™ of 72. As reported by the latest census information, it contains a total population of about 4,779,588, which makes it the 23rd biggest state in the country. Within this populace, approximately 28% are over the age of 55. On average, residents have a life span of approximately 75.4 years.

Alabama residents earn an average of around $59,062 of household earnings on an annual basis. The median household income is $45,642. On a per capita basis, residents earn about $23,585. The state currently has an unemployment rate of about 9.72% and the general cost of living is low.

Alabama generally has a warmer climate, with average temperatures near 62.7 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is around 50.4 and the high temperature averages 74 degrees.

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