The average cost of Assisted Living in Minnesota is $3,468 per month. In Minnesota there are 303 Assisted Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.
Minnesota Assisted Living
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Map of Minnesota Assisted Living Facilities
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Known to many as “The Land of 10,000 Lakes,” the name ‘Minnesota’ actually comes from a Dakota word for “water that reflects the sky.” Seniors who choose assisted living in Minnesota will be delighted with the numerous recreation possibilities throughout the state—whether they are based in nature or the bustle of city life. This Midwestern state is among the healthiest in the country and has a highly literate population.
Assisted living in Minnesota encompasses a wide range of building types and service packages, intended to give residents a variety of options. The building types include:
- Market-rate and subsidized apartments specifically built to accommodate “aging in place.”
- Licensed board and lodging establishments, which offer private or semi-private accommodations. These communities do not have private kitchens and instead serve three meals a day. They may also provide a full range of health-related assisted living services.
- Licensed adult foster care homes that offer a full range of serves in a small, home-like setting. You can find Adult Foster Care Homes in our Care Homes category.
Assisted living in Minnesota is regulated by a two-fold approach: building requirements and service requirements.
- Building Requirements - Communities intended for assisted living must register with the Department of Health and have a written contract with all residents. The building must also comply with all building/fire codes, have a licensed kitchen to prepare meals, and meet a variety of state and federal statutory requirements.
- Service Requirements - Any community providing health-related services (dressing, grooming, bathing assistance, etc.) must be provided under a Minnesota Department of Health home care license.
To help Minnesota seniors makes sense of the requirements, the Minnesota Board on Aging provides information regarding what is required when transitioning into assisted living and how to receive a consulting exemption.
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