Baker Park is a residence for elderly individuals located in Bemidji, Minnesota. The facility is situated in a picturesque lakeside setting within a short distance of the downtown area with shopping, library, transportation, recreational facilities, and many churches nearby. It has easy bus access to the hospital, medical clinic, and shopping mall.
Age – 62 and older
Financial – HUD guidelines impose income limits and require that tenants generally pay 30 percent of adjusted gross income toward their rent. Income limits change. Please check on current limits.
Community Living at Baker Park – A person may be considered capable of living in a community setting at Baker Park if he/she is able to live up to the terms of the lease and can handle the activities of daily living.
Lease – Tenants are required to sign a one-year lease upon move-in.
Minnesota Heritage House is focused on “Making Life A Little Bit Better” for the elderly while honoring their dignity and well being through compassionate and individualized care. We encourage each resident to participate in life’s daily routines to the best of their abilities while living in comfortable surroundings to make them feel right at home
Family members are considered a vital part of the cargiving team at Heritage House. They are always welcome and encouraged to visit and also to take loved ones on outings. Their input assists the staff on meeting the needs of the whole person.
When looking for a community to meet a wide variety of needs, Minnesota Heritage House will be glad to assist you. Please look at our three individual communities and contact us with any questions you may have.
Homefront Assisted Living is an assisted living facility in Bemidji, MN. Homefront Assisted Living offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement and socializing with their peers.
Being able to chat with other residents becomes an important part of many peoples’ lives and Homefront Assisted Living offers common spaces indoors to support that need. The benefit of living in an assisted living community is that making meals can be costly and time consuming process so Homefront Assisted Living provides meals for residents.
Staff is awake and available 24 hours a day so if any emergencies occur no matter the time, there will be someone ready to help. Making sure residents with diabetes monitor their insulin levels is clearly an important task and Homefront Assisted Living can help with that task. If a resident needs assistance moving from a bed to a wheelchair, this facility has staff who can help.
Heritage Community, is Hubbard County’s preferred senior living community in Park Rapids, Minnesota.
Since 1955, Heritage has been known for its high-quality care, gracious hospitality, and array of choices for older adult services. Our senior housing options and services include adult day services, apartment homes, assisted living, memory care and a care center.
Heritage is managed by Ecumen, the most innovative senior housing and services provider, empowering individuals to live richer, fuller lives. We work every day to ensure that we are creating “home” for our residents. Not a place that is “home-like,” but a community that you cherish and are truly proud to call “home.” We look forward to meeting you and telling you more about the wonderful community and experience available to you at Heritage Community.
Ecumen Lifestyle Covenant
Each person who lives in an Ecumen community has different interests and passions. Empowering each person’s individual being is essential to honoring those we serve. The Ecumen Lifestyle Covenant is a partnership between our staff and the people we serve in assisted living and memory care.
By signing this covenant, we and each of our customers make a joint pledge to take responsibility for our customer’s lifestyle choices and desires. We (the staff) pledge to support each individual’s decisions and commit to providing him or her with the resources we have available to help our person be successful and fulfilled in their home.
Havenwood….where residents are cared for without regard to age, sex, race, color, creed, religion, handicap, or national origin. The Home is licensed by the State of Minnesota, certified for Medicare and Medicaid, and complies with all standards mandated by regulating agencies.
Havenwood Care Center (formerly Beltrami County Nursing Home) has a long history of caring for the elderly. Originally, long-term care services were provided at the Lake Julia farm, 15 miles north of Bemidji. From 1917 until 1968, that facility was one of the few in the region dedicated to the ill and aged who required long-term care. In 1968, the old home was retired and a new 85 bed facility opened at our current location. In 1974, a 48 bed addition extended capacity to 133 beds. We currently utilize 90 beds.
Although the site has changed, the same dedication and spirit of love and understanding exists. We continue our pledge to maintain the highest possible standards of nursing care and to provide social, recreational, intellectual, spiritual, physical and re-motivational activities specifically designed to meet individual needs.
Havenwood is a place where the joys, frustrations, and excitement of living are shared by residents and staff.
When caring for yourself or your loved one becomes too difficult, living alone is no longer appealing, mowing your own lawn, or making your own meals is too trying, contact us at GoldPine Home for a tour and personalized needs assessment.
As a state-certified assisted-living facility, we specialize in providing short-term and long-term care for community seniors who cannot or no longer want to live alone.
Philosophy of GoldPine Home
GoldPine Home believes that quality healthcare is a basic right. We believe in providing an environment that focuses on resident choice and independence while maintaining safety and family involvement. We see staff, residents, their families, and ourselves as a unique diverse family. As with all families communication is key to a valuable united experience, so another focus is maintaining open lines of communication. That said we strive to make necessary services available in a comprehensive, coordinated manner. We will fulfill needs with our current staffing or contact other community services as needed. To summarize, our total focus is on meeting the needs of our elders through compassionate and individualized care.
So, when you are looking for a 24-hour assisted-living facility, there is one company you can trust, GoldPine Home. With our preplanned activities we guarantee you will have the time of your life.
24 hour on-site licensed staff
24 hours/day RN on call
Faith in Action is a non-profit, volunteer driven, organization serving people in need throughout Cass County, Minnesota.
Faith in Action Volunteers provide non-medical, neighborly assistance to older adults, adults with disabilities, and others experiencing difficult circumstances. Volunteers lend a hand, help make connections, and give peace of mind.
If you or your family member are having trouble sustaining independent living due to age, health, difficult circumstances, or lack of resources, give us a call today.
Everyone qualifies! There are no age or income restrictions.
Our mission is to provide a quality and creative approach to individual and community based exercise programming to ultimately control and prevent diabetes in our community.
Also note: person(s) do not need to have Diabetes to use the fitness center.
- Orientation with fitness equipment – Those who have diabetes will have priority on any of the exercise machines
- Fitness assessments, personal exercise plans
- Personal training sessions
- Group exercise classes – Click here for current class schedule >
- Fitness challenges with incentives
- Annual memorial walk/run
- Monitor blood sugar pre/post exercise (if needed)
- Monitor blood pressure pre/post exercise (if needed)
- Help obtain medical clearance (if needed)
- Locker room with showers
- Pool use at Palace and Northern Lights Casinos
Open to all community members
Medical Clearance – fitness staff will determine if person(s) need a medical clearance from their provider before fitness center use.
|It is our policy that you MUST show proof* of one (1) of the eligibility requirements.
* (1) photo Tribal ID, (2) photo Work Badge, (3) IHS letterhead prescription from provider, (4) a letter from MCT/Tribe stating your blood quantum, (5) letter from supervisor stating current employment (6) current check stub.
Those who do not qualify for a free membership will pay:
|Individual Membership||Family Membership|
|1 day pass $5.00
1 week $15.00
1 month $30.00
3 months $75.00
6 months $130.00
12 months $240.00
|Immediate family ONLY.
1 month $50.00
Fees are nonrefundable & nontransferable.
Method of payment
Cash or check
- Diabetic clients have first priority on the equipment
- Use equipment at your own risk
- Sanitize equipment after use
- Return all equipment after use and re-rack your weights
- No horseplay allowed
- Appropriate footwear required while using equipment and lifting weights
- Know your limits; use a spotter as needed
- No gym bags, coats, etc. on gym floor; use lockers and coat rack
- Not responsible for lost or stolen items; locks available upon request
- No food allowed on the gym floor
- All liquids must be in containers with lids
- For safety reasons, no children under 10 allowed
- Be considerate of others
Code of Behavior
All fitness center participants are required to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner. Inappropriate language (swearing, derogatory terms, etc.), inappropriate behavior and harassment are not allowed on the premises. Proper use of the equipment is required. If you do not know how to operate the machines, the fitness staff will be happy to assist you. There is a zero tolerance policy when it comes to horseplay in the fitness center and on the machines. You will be asked to leave if you do not follow the Code of Behavior and Gym Rules!
- Children 13 and under must have an adult with to supervise them during each visit.
- Children 11 and under must have a medical clearance on file.
- For safety reasons, no children under 10 allowed.
- Young adults 14-17, who do not follow the Gym Rules and Code of Behavior, will need to have an adult accompany them on future visits.
Lockers are available for your use while working out; there is no overnight storage. If you want to use a lock, you can sign one out, free of charge, from the Fitness Staff. Showers are also available. You must provide your own towel and shower supplies.
The Leech Lake Diabetes Fitness Program has an agreement with the Palace and Northern Lights Hotels for members of the Fitness Center to use their pools free of charge. You must obtain signed documents from the Fitness Staff to bring to the hotel. All rules and regulations of the hotel pool must be followed and will be enforced.
If the Health History Questionnaire identifies a medical condition, you must have a medical clearance to exercise. Please ask Fitness Staff for a blank copy of our medical clearance form for your medical provider to fill out.
Cornerstone is the premier assisted living, nursing & rehab and extended care community dedicated to providing top notch health care to all of our residents.
Our goal is to provide a healthy, rich and enjoyable day to day lifestyle that our residents can not only trust in but depend on. That the Cornerstone commitment to care.
Cornerstone Residence in Fosston, Bagley and Kelliher offers an Assisted Living Community offering private one and two bedroom apartments and suites with highly trained staff available 24 hours a day.
Cornerstone Nursing and Rehab in Bagley is a Medicare, Medicaid Certified skilled nursing facility provides dependable, high quality care to all of our residents.
Cornerstone Residence Extended Care in Fosston is an Assisted Living Community, providing a higher level of assisted living services.
The Veterans Services Division is part of the Health, Human, and Veteran Services Department. Our goal is to provide unparalleled customer service to the veterans of Cass County, with an emphasis on individual needs and personalized benefits counseling. Our customers have paid in advance for these services and deserve only the best. An individual’s right to privacy and confidentiality is always respected. We are happy to assist veterans or their dependents on a walk-in or by appointment basis and we also offer service in several satellite locations throughout the county.
Where: 218 Washburn Avenue
When: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Where: Cass Lake Municipal Center, 330 2nd St. NW
When: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Where: Pillager Family Center, 305 Fir Ave. West
When: 3rd Thursday of every month from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Where: The Depot, 45 West Main Street
When: The 1st Thursday of every month from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Where: Health, Human and Veterans Services Building, 400 Michigan Ave W.
When: Monday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
|Cedar Cottage is a community specifically designed to meet the special needs of elderly who are in need of services to maintain their independence. Our community consists of private suites with baths or half-baths.
Located in a quiet residential area, Cedar Cottage provides home-like living and encourages involvement in life’s daily routines from each resident.
Resident involvement in all aspects of daily living is encouraged. With our staff providing guidance, residents take part in personal grooming, meal preparation, and household tasks.
Resident activities are offered three times daily and adapted for individual residents.
Birch Haven Village…
Imagine living each day satisfied, secure and content in an ideal location… Birch Haven Village, an independent senior community, is a wonderful new and affordably priced lifestyle.
• Paid Utilities (telephone not included / wifi included).
• Additional storage space included.
• Daily continental breakfast.
• Off-street parking for you and your guests.
• Daily evening meal.
• Attached garages.
• 24-hour emergency response system.
• Basic cable television included.
• Stackable washer and dryer in each apartment.
• Exciting activities program.
• Fireplace lounge for gatherings and entertaining.
• Weekly light housekeeping.
• State-of-the-art limited-access entrance.
• Family dining room.
• Sprinklers and alarms for fire safety.
• Craft, library and activities room.
• Convenient, indoor mail drop.
• Guest apartments available for overnight guests.
• Main office is open daily.
• Barber/beauty salon.
• Professional management on site.
• Patio for barbecue and picnics.
• Maintenance of building, grounds and parking lot.
• Exercise room.
• And much, much more.
• Reflection room.
• Bathtub room.
Birch Haven Village is what retirement living was meant to be: a private, comfortable home without the hassles of maintenance, yard work or property taxes. Here you’ll find a senior living community with the right combination of services and amenities to keep life independent, pleasurable and challenging.
Bemidji Regional Interdistrict Council (BRIC) is an agency of eleven member school districts that have joined together to provide services in the area of special education. The mission of the Bemidji Regional Interdistrict Council Cooperative is to ensure the provision of appropriate, comprehensive and quality services to identified children and their families within the member Districts of BRIC in North Central Minnesota.
Bemidji Regional Interdistrict
1615 Nw 5th Street
Bemidji, MN 56619
Phone: (218) 751-6622
Bemidji Regional Interdistrict Council
Bemidji, MN 56619
Autumn Hills Assisted Living is a facility which offers assistance with all activities of daily living. We house up to 16 residents and are located in beautiful Bemidji, Minnesota. We are staffed 24 hours a day to provide your loved one with all of the personal care, supervision and security they may need. Our Assisted Living facility is able to provide a high level of care while increasing the personal satisfaction of the client at a reasonable cost to the consumer. Autumn Hills is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Health.
Autumn Hills Provides:
~ Home-like living with the assistance to meet the special needs of the elderly or disabled
~ Companionship, safety and supervision, and personal services
~ Daily cost is based on an individuals care needs as determined by the RN assessment
~ Pay sources accepted include: private, elderly waiver, Alternative Care, CADI, and long-term care insurance.
A Wellstone Family Safety Program addressing supervised visitation, safe exchange, and a violence intervention program for men. Advocates for Family Peace creates awareness in our community by promoting safety, equality, and responsibility in intimate and family relationships.
Programs offered include: Advocacy, Housing, Intervention Program for Men and Fathers, Intervention Program for Women, Women’s Empowerment Group, Wellstone Family Safety Program and Community Outreach and Education.
Itasca County Office
Advocates for Family Peace
1611 NW 4th Street
Grand Rapids, MN 55744
NE St. Louis County Office
Advocates for Family Peace
2125 E 2nd Ave, Suite 44
Hibbing, MN 55746
Park Place of Bemidji is a sixty unit supportive housing development that provides safe, stable housing with services. Forty units serve adults who have been long-term homeless and have a Substance Abuse Disorder while the other twenty units are efficiency apartments for individuals who have been long-term homeless.
2900 Hannah Ave, Bemidji, MN 56601
1-866-258-6345 dials into the Bemidji office location
Serving adults who are experiencing the challenges associated with aging or disability. Supervised, engaging setting allows participants to socialize and strengthen physical and mental abilities. Respite care for caregivers. Covered by Medical Assistance, Long term Care Insurance or Private Pay.