Veteran Care in Crookston, MN
Our Veteran Promise
Benedictine Living Community-Crookston’s Veteran Promise is a program created to show our dedication to the veterans who have served our country. We are one of the few care centers in northwest Minnesota contracted with the Veteran’s Administration to provide skilled nursing care and memory care to qualifying veterans. Benedictine Living Community-Crookston invites you to experience our community. You will find we embody the spirit of community, service, respect and competence.
“My family and I have been happy with my dad living there. Overall, the staff have been very good. We have been happy.”
— Family member of a Benedictine Living Community-Crookston contracted veteran
Our on-going assistance includes:
- Eligibility questions answered by a Veteran’s Administration representative
- Assistance with reporting any major life changes that can affect eligibility
- Regular meetings with a Veteran’s Administration representative
- Opportunities to socialize with other veterans
- Convenient access to a full continuum of care:
- Long-term skilled nursing care
- Short-term care and rehabilitation
- Outpatient rehabilitation
- Memory care
- Bariatric services
- End-of-life care
- Caregiver relief services
What are the advantages?
Once the Veteran’s Administration has determined that you meet the qualifying military service benefit criteria for our Veteran Promise, you can receive care and services. Your plan of care is individualized to your needs and directed by your primary health care provider. The Benedictine Villa St. Vincent care team includes RN’s, LPN’s, trained medical aides, rehabilitation specialists, spiritual care providers, activities and enrichment staff, social workers and more. Best of all, you are close to home.
Want to learn more?
For more information, please contact the Polk County Veteran’s Administration office at (218) 281-3066 or contact us at (218) 281-9712.
Benedictine Living Community-Crookston does not provide benefits-related advice or recommendations to veterans and cannot guarantee coverage. As with any veteran-related issue, it is important to seek the advice of a veterans-service professional.