Montana Assisted Living Directory

About the facility:

For being one of the largest states in the US, Montana is also one most sparsely populated. This might be the very reason your loved one would enjoy moving to assisted living in Montana: less people, more quiet solitude, and lots of beautiful scenery to take in every single day.

 

Montana is well known for it’s rugged beauty, it’s stunning mountains, and it’s rolling plains. Being a northern state, it also gets pretty cold in winter, and has starkly changing seasons throughout the year. Here you might see animals that you wont witness anywhere in the United States, such as the majestic bison that roam Montana’s vast territory. St Mary Lake, Glacier National Park, Waterton Lakes National Park, and the Missouri breaks are simply more breathtaking landscapes to explore. Anyone who loves nature and the great outdoors would love to live in such a beautiful state.

 

Surprisingly though, just because Montana isn’t very densely populated doesn’t mean the cost of living is that much lower than other states. The average cost for assisted living here is very close to the national average. Perhaps it is the scenic beauty and the peaceful solitude that still draws people to this lovely state.

 

If you’re looking for a major city for your loved one to reside in, the top cities with assisted living options in Montana are:

 

Missoula

Bozeman

 

Here are the average monthly assisted living costs you’ll encounter in Montana:

 

Assisted Living Facility

$3,650

 

Homemaker Services

$4,382

 

Home Health Aide

$4,648

 

For Nursing Homes, the average costs of private vs semi-private rooms:

 

Semi-Private Room

$7,209

 

Private Room

$7,972

 

When setting out to find the right assisted living facility for your loved one, it’s important to have a list of the accommodations and services you’re looking for, as well as a checklist of the regulations and qualifications you know a facility should meet for their residents.

 

Besides the prices of facilities found in Montana, it’s also very important to thoroughly research the facilities you’re interested in, making sure they are properly licensed and have no complaints filed against them. After you’ve found all the information you can online, seeing the facility in person is a must before you make any major decisions.

 

You can research Montana Long-Term Ombudsman and Assisted Living Regulations here:

 

 

Other cities offering assisted living include:

 

Alberton   (1)

Anaconda   (1)

Belgrade   (1)

Big Sandy   (2)

Big Timber   (1)

Bigfork   (2)

Billings   (18)

Boulder   (1)

Bozeman   (5)

Browning   (1)

Butte   (8)

Choteau   (2)

Columbia Falls   (3)

Columbus   (1)

Conrad   (2)

Cut Bank   (2)

Deer Lodge   (1)

Ekalaka   (1)

Fort Benton   (2)

Glasgow   (2)

Great Falls   (11)

Hamilton   (3)

Havre   (1)

Helena   (6)

Jordan   (1)

Kalispell   (6)

Laurel   (2)

Lewistown   (2)

Libby   (2)

Livingston   (2)

Manhattan   (1)

Miles City   (5)

Missoula   (9)

Pablo   (1)

Philipsburg   (1)

Plains   (1)

Plentywood   (1)

Polson   (1)

Red Lodge   (3)

Ronan   (2)

Roundup   (2)

Scobey   (1)

Shelby   (1)

Sidney   (1)

Stevensville   (2)

Superior   (1)

Townsend   (1)

Whitefish   (1)

Wolf Point   (1)