There are 20 hospice facilities serving Griffin, Georgia. This includes 2 facilities in Griffin and 18 nearby. The mean cost / day for hospice care in Georgia is $153, with costs ranging between $111 and $200 per day. On a per month basis, this equates to an average expense of $4,590, with costs ranging from about $3,330 up to $6,000. The mean annual cost is $55,080, which is equal to the nationwide average of $55,080.
Griffin is a mid-size city in Spalding County, Georgia. It is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta metro statistical area. Though the city is home to 61,966 residents, the encompassing statistical area contains a populace of 4,265,707. Approximately 26% of the residents are over 55.
The SeniorScore™ for Griffin is 64. The city's average household income is $40,000 ($20,000 per person), vs an average of $41,000 for the state of Georgia. The average housing price in Griffin is $175,500, which is somewhat higher than the Georgia average of $163,500. Griffin has a high unemployment rate of roughly 13.42%.
Griffin has mild mean temperatures, with very mild winters and balmy summers. The area receives very high amounts of precipitation each year. In comparison to other American cities, Griffin has a very high rate of crime and above average air quality.