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New Mexico has over 2 million people that live in the state. It has grown substantially over the last several decades, yet not quite at the same rate as Arizona, Colorado, or Nevada.

Why look for assisted living in New Mexico?

New Mexico has over 2 million people that live in the state. It has grown substantially over the last several decades, yet not quite at the same rate as Arizona, Colorado, or Nevada.

New Mexico gets overshadowed in the expansive western U.S. partly because every single state of it has something really extraordinary going for it. That’s not to say that New Mexico is lacking the same quality - it is a wonderful state for assisted living that is different from other parts of the southwestern U.S.

New Mexico also has the outdoors going for it, as the scenery is wonderful and for those active older adults that have the blessing of being able to explore it, there is so much open land.

The warm, desert climate provides dry and mild winters, along with very hot summers, especially the more south you go to the border.

New Mexico Assisted Living - Cost

The Top 5 Most Affordable Cities for Assisted Living in New Mexico per month are:

  1. Hatch, NM - $3,080
  2. Clovis, NM - $3,445
  3. Albuquerque, NM - $3,500
  4. Las Cruces, NM - $3,520
  5. Roswell, NM - $3,615

The Top 4 Most Expensive Cities for Assisted Living in New Mexico:

  1. Hobbs, NM - $3,800
  2. Santa Fe, NM - $3,790
  3. Rio Rancho, NM - $3,700
  4. Roswell, NM - $3,615

The Most Affordable Counties in New Mexico for Assisted Living Pricing per month are:

  1. Curry County - $3,460
  2. Bernalillo County - $3,495
  3. Dona Ana County - $3,525
  4. Chaves County - $3,615
  5. Sandoval County - $3,700
  6. Lea County - $3,785
  7. Santa Fe County - $3,800

Types of Assisted Living Available in New Mexico

What separates New Mexico from many of the states in the Midwest, as well as parts of the east coast are the variable communities that exist in the state. It has a few fairly good size cities (Albuquerque, Santa Fe), many more mid-sized communities, and some very small towns in between.

Likewise, the types of elderly care in New Mexico vary from assisted living centers to residential care institutions and assisted living facilities. Services can range from personal care to supervisory and directed care.

Paying for Assisted Living in New Mexico

In the past, New Mexico was severely lacking in a program as part of their Medicaid that would help with elderly expenses such as assisted living.

It has thankfully changed under the Centennial Care Community Benefit program of New Mexico Medicaid. A state office can provide more information on the service.

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