There are 10 hospice facilities serving Billings, Montana. This includes 9 facilities in Billings and 1 nearby. The average cost per day of hospice care in Montana is around $153, with costs running between $111 and $200 per day. On a per month basis, this equates to a median cost of $4,590, with costs ranging from around $3,330 to $6,000. The average yearly cost is $55,080, which is the same as the US average of $55,080.
Billings is a mid size city in Yellowstone County in Montana. It is the largest city in the state. The surrounding metropolitan area includes 129,174 inhabitants, but there are 128,125 living within the city itself. The 55-and-over community currently composes around 27% of the overall population.
Billings has a good SeniorScore™ of 72. The city has a mean per capita income of $28,000 and a mean household income is $53,000 (the Montana state average is $45,000). The current unemployment rate is about 4.78% and the average housing price is $88,500, which is much less than the Montana average of $241,500.
Billings has extreme average temperatures, with severely cold winters and mildly warm summers. The city receives ideal amounts of precipitation each year. In relation to similarly-sized cities, Billings has very good air quality and an average rate of crime.