There are 16 hospice facilities near Jonesville, North Carolina. The median daily cost for hospice in North Carolina is around $153, with costs ranging between $111 and $200 daily. On a monthly basis, this equates to a mean cost of $4,590, with costs ranging from around $3,330 up to $6,000. The median yearly cost is $55,080, which is the same as the nationwide average of $55,080.
Jonesville is a small city in Yadkin County in North Carolina. It is part of the Winston-Salem metro statistical area. While the surrounding statistical area is home to 393,846 inhabitants, there are 5,745 living within the city itself. The 55+ community currently represents about 31% of the overall population.
The SeniorScore™ for Jonesville is 67. The city has a median per capita income of $18,000. The median household income is $35,000 in comparison to an average of $41,000 for the whole of North Carolina. The current unemployment rate is roughly 8.99% and the median housing price is $171,000, which is somewhat lower than the North Carolina average of $204,000.
Jonesville has mild mean temperatures, with tolerable winters and warm summers. The city gets very heavy levels of rainfall annually. Jonesville has lower than average air quality ratings, above average water quality ratings, and a high rate of crime in relation to other cities in the United States.