The cost of assisted living just keeps going up in the USA. In North Dakota where the increase in cost has been the greatest, they have seen an 8% increase over the past 5 years. The lowest price increase has been in South Carolina with a 1% increase in rates. This data is based on the Genworth Cost of Care Survey – https://www.genworth.com/cost-of-care/landing.html

North Dakota has a cost of $3,105 per month on average for assisted living

South Carolina has a cost of $2,873 per month on average for assisted living

These are costs for communities that rely on caregivers that have no medical training. Mexico Assisted Living is offering a comparable cost of $3,000 per month and provides nurses as caregivers. We also provide beachfront accommodations. Let’s take a look at other states and see where costs really fall and how much more value you receive by moving to Mexico Assisted Living.

Costs are Lowest in Georgia and Missouri

National costs for assisted living services break down as follows for 1-bedroom, single-occupancy residences:

  • Median annual rate: $42,000.

  • Median monthly rate: $3,500.

  • Monthly rate range: $750 to $10,412.

At the state level, the median annual cost of assisted living ranges from a low of $30,000 in Georgia and Missouri to a high of $82,674 in the District of Columbia.

The median monthly rate for assisted living in Georgia — $2,500 in 2014 — has grown by 2% over the past 5 years. Monthly assisted living rates in Georgia range from $850 to $7,950.

The 2014 median monthly rate for assisted living was also $2,500 in Missouri. But that state’s median monthly rate has grown by 5% over the past 5 years. Monthly assisted living rates in Missouri range from $1,095 to $6,780.

At the high end of the cost scale, the median monthly rate for assisted living in the District of Columbia was $6,890 in 2014, and ranged from $4,650 to $8,610. Figures for 5-year annual growth are not available.

Costs are Highest in the Northeast

Assisted living communities in the northeast cost significantly more than communities in other parts of the country. Five states with the highest median annual costs for assisted living were:

  • The District of Columbia ($82,674).

  • Delaware ($66,000).

  • New Jersey ($65 160).

  • Connecticut ($63,468).

  • Maine ($59,400).

Southern states had the lowest median annual costs for assisted living, ranging from $30,000 in Georgia to $37,875 in Louisiana.

This breakdown of costs should show you how affordable Mexico Assisted Living really is. We provide more care than assisted living communities in any US state can give and at a lower price. So retire to the tropical paradise of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico today and never look back.