There are 18 hospice facilities serving Brighton, Michigan. This includes 2 facilities in Brighton and 16 nearby. The daily costs of hospice care in Michigan range from $111 up to $200, with an average expenditure running approximately $153. The per month expense averages around $4,590 and ranges between $3,330 and $6,000. Annually, the average cost is around $55,080, which is on par with the nationwide average of $55,080.
Located in Livingston County, Brighton is a small city in the State of Michigan. It is included in the Detroit-Warren-Livonia metropolitan area. Though the surrounding area contains 3,457,808 residents, there are 46,134 within the city itself. People who are over the age of 55 constitute approximately 29% of the total population.
The SeniorScore™ for Brighton is 78. The city has a median per capita income of $36,000. The median household income is $78,000 versus the average of $46,000 for the state of Michigan. The current unemployment rate is roughly 9.3% and the median housing price is $306,000, which is higher than the Michigan average of $177,000.
Brighton has harsh average temperatures, with cold winters and calm summers. The area gets low levels of rainfall each year. In comparison to other cities, Brighton has lower than average air quality ratings and an exceptionally low crime rate.