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Complete listing of 3969 licensed assisted living facilities in Wisconsin for the year 2019. Are you looking for senior living communities, assisted living facilities or senior housing in Wisconsin? On Senior Living Map, you can search for every licensed assisted living facility and senior living community in Wisconsin. If you are trying to find an assisted living facility in any part of Wisconsin with skilled staff who will assist with all daily living activities such as bathing, getting dressed, eating, moving, please look through the facility listings below. Senior living communities in Wisconsin include pet-friendly options, religion-based facilities that include Catholic, Jewish, Christian communities and others, Wisconsin continuing care options, dementia and Alzheimer's care homes and more. You can enter your city or county, or you can also use the search box above to find an assisted living community in Wisconsin that is close to you.

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Why look for assisted living in Wisconsin?

The state of Wisconsin has 5+ million people which makes it comparable to several surrounding north/midwestern states. Minnesota offers approximately the same number of people while Michigan is nearly twice as large (in terms of population). Wisconsin is moderately priced when it comes to assisted living and senior living in general when compared to rest of the northern states in America. Michigan and South Dakota are both slightly more affordable, while Minnesota and North Dakota are more expensive. Overall, the state is known for affordable senior housing including assisted living.

Wisconsin is also a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. The Great Lakes are nearby, so retirees get quality access to fishing and boating. Hunting is another outdoor sport that many older adults enjoy.

The friendly nature of the people that live in Wisconsin is also notable. Several of the communities are smaller and very tight knit, so if you appreciate a more old-fashion lifestyle, then you will fit right in as well as discover people with similar interests.

Wisconsin Assisted Living - Cost

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

  1. Glendale, WI - $3,465
  2. Brown Deer, WI - $3,545
  3. Woodruff, WI - $3,620
  4. Superior, WI - $3,650
  5. Rice Lake, WI - $3,655

The Top 5 Most Expensive Cities for Assisted Living in Wisconsin are:

  1. Elm Grove, WI - $4,700
  2. Mequon, WI - $4,560
  3. Thiensville, WI - $4,560
  4. Brookfield, WI - $4,550
  5. Hartland, WI - $4,470

The Top 5 Most Affordable Counties in Wisconsin for Assisted Living per month are:

  1. Douglas County - $3,650
  2. Barron County - $3,655
  3. Vilas County - $3,670
  4. Clark County - $3,680
  5. Portage County - $3,690

The Top 5 Most Expensive Counties in Wisconsin for Assisted Living are:

  1. Ozaukee County - $4,470
  2. Waukesha County - $4,400
  3. Saint Croix County - $4,235
  4. Washington County - $4,195
  5. Dane County - $4,135

Types of Assisted Living Available in Wisconsin

Wisconsin has a fairly high representation among the retiree demographic. Fittingly, the quality and selection of assisted living units and senior living is very high.

Types of assisted living in Wisconsin include traditional living centers that may house anywhere from 20 to over a hundred people. Smaller facilities that are sometimes referred to as residential care homes are also available.

Waiting lists are uncommon and staff members are typically very friendly and helpful in finding the appropriate level of care for you or a loved one.

Paying for Assisted Living in Wisconsin

Though the state of Wisconsin does not have programs specifically designed for assisted living expenses, there are general programs available for certain types of senior living.

It includes the Family Care initiative, which recently replaced COP-W and offers funds. The Personal Care option under general Medicaid may also assist with certain costs.

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