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There are about 207 adult day care providers in Minnesota.

Cities in Minnesota

Aitkin
Alexandria
Apple Valley
Ashby
Austin
Battle Lake
Bemidji
Big Lake
Bigfork
Bird Island
Bloomington
Blue Earth
Brainerd
Brooklyn Center
Buffalo
Burnsville
Caledonia
Cambridge
Cass Lake
Chisago City
Columbia Heights
Cook
Coon Rapids
Crookston
Deer River
Deerwood
Detroit Lakes
Duluth
East Grand Forks
Eden Prairie
Elk River
Fairmont
Fergus Falls
Floodwood
Foley
Fridley
Golden Valley
Gonvick
Grand Rapids
Grey Eagle
Hastings
Hibbing
Hopkins
Hutchinson
Inver Grove Heights
Le Sueur
Litchfield
Little Falls
Mankato
Maplewood
Marshall
Minneapolis
Minnetonka
Moorhead
Mora
Mound
Mountain Lake
New Hope
New Ulm
Nisswa
Northfield
Oak Park Heights
Olivia
Pequot Lakes
Perham
Pipestone
Plymouth
Princeton
Red Wing
Redwood Falls
Rochester
Rosemount
Roseville
Saint Cloud
Saint Paul
Sartell
Savage
Sleepy Eye
Victoria
Waconia
Waite Park
Walker
Warren
Westbrook
White Bear Lake
Willmar
Winona
Woodbury
Worthington
Zumbrota

Latest updates in Minnesota Adult Daycare Database:

GVP Senior Care Center Inc
1600 White Bear Ave E
Saint Paul MN 55106
(651) 444-8183
Edgewood Vista in East Grand Forks - Adult Day Services
608 5th Avenue NW
East Grand Forks MN 56721
(218) 773-6648
Rely on Edgewood to care for your loved ones while you receive a well-deserved break. Edgewood Adult Day Services, available 24/7, 365 days per year, give caregivers rest and rejuvenation from the demands of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of memory loss. Your loved one gets personalized care while you take care of errands, appointments, work or day trips.
Greater Minnesota Community Services
2419 12th Ave S, Ste 1
Moorhead MN 56560
(218) 303-5770
Comfort Adult Care Inc.
3015 Cedar Ave S
Minneapolis MN 55407
(612) 886-2191
Senior African Services LLP
6240 Aldrich Ave N
Brooklyn Center MN 55430
(651) 235-6271
Rise Adult Day Program Mounds View
5394 Edgewood Dr.
Mounds View MN 55112
(763) 777-8753
While most of Rise’s programs focus on employment and affordable housing, we also recognize the importance of personal growth in all aspects of one’s life. People participating in Rise’s day training and habilitation (DTH) programs have opportunities to engage in life enrichment activities as part of their weekday schedule. For instance, people have the option to volunteer in various community activities, such as packaging food products at Feed My Starving Children, picking up baked goods from local coffee shops and stores to take to area food shelves, or delivering Meals on Wheels. Those who have an interest in art have the opportunity to participate in Art Speaks to explore and express themselves through a wide range of art media. Artists find their voice and may share it with others by displaying their artwork in public, private, and corporate sites throughout the Twin Cities area. As people near retirement age, they may not be interested in working five days a week, but want to keep active. Rise’s Adult Day Program at the Emma B. Howe Northtown Family YMCA enables people to work a few days a week at CIP-Coon Rapids, as well as participate in fitness classes and healthy living activities at the YMCA the other weekdays. Rise also offers Adult Day Programming at the Mounds View YMCA. Members of the Consumer Advisory Council have been elected by their peers to represent them in monthly meetings and work together to encourage and use people’s ideas to discuss concerns and issues that affect adults with disabilities. The council members look for solutions to common issues such as transportation, employment barriers, and self-advocacy. Education is a key component of the Council. Through guest speakers and attending conferences, Council members learn about self-advocacy, working with the Minnesota State Legislature, and gaining self-confidence in their abilities to make choices in their lives. The Council also gives back to the community by holding special events to raise money for other nonprofit groups such as the United Way and CEAP’s (Community Emergency Assistance Program) food shelf located in Blaine.
Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Adult Day Services
15546 State 371 NW
Cass Lake MN 56633
(218) 339-3167
The Adult Day Services Center will begin providing services to help elders maintain healthy lifestyles through individualized care plans, nutrition services, and disease, pain, and medication management in 2016.
Elder Care Day Services
1425 Maryland Ave E
Saint Paul MN 55106
(651) 734-3913
Brighter Horizons Adult Day Center
307 1/2 NW 8th St
Brainerd MN 56473
(218) 232-0541
Productive Alternatives Adult Day Services
1017 N Tower Rd
Fergus Falls MN 56537
(218) 998-5630
P.A.I. is a non-profit agency dedicated to providing diverse human services programming, offering viable workforce opportunities for businesses, and manufacturing and marketing innovative products.
Olu's Center
1315 12th Ave N
Minneapolis MN 55411
(612) 824-1142
Our Senior Day Care gives caregivers a break while offering a stimulating social environment.
Nicollet Senior Center Inc
2614 Nicollet Ave S
Minneapolis MN 55408
(612) 345-7857
Loving Arms Adult Care LLC
2610 E 32nd St., Ste 2
Minneapolis MN 55406
(612) 998-1285
Perham Living Adult Day
735 3rd St SW
Perham MN 56573
(218) 347-1940
It can be overwhelming when a loved one has health limitations. You want what's best for them, but it may be challenging to meet all of their daily needs. Fortunately, you have a choice. Our adult day services offer life enhancing support in a safe, flexible, and fun environment. Your loved one benefits from socialization and planned activities, while you receive a much-needed break from your care giver role.
Phoenix Cove Adult Day Center
415 Pascal St N
Saint Paul MN 55104
(952) 649-8155
Phoenix Cove Adult Day Center is a senior center for our respected Asian elders of the Twin Cities to have a place of care, to be nurtured and call their own - a True ‘Cove’. The purpose provided through the caring and competent staff is to empower these seniors and support their care-providers that they may continue to live independently, in their own homes and preserve their dignity with the many services and programs offered.
VINE Adult Respite Program
421 E Hickory St., #200
Mankato MN 56001
(507) 387-1666
The VINE Adult Respite Program: Is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Our staff includes a Licensed Social Worker (LSW); a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN); and an experienced Activity Coordinator. A Registered Nurse (RN), a Registered Dietician (RD), and a Licensed Physical Therapist provide program oversight. All staff members are trained in CPR/First Aid and bring years of experience working with aging adults with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of memory loss; Provides an affordable alternative to a much more costly move to an assisted living facility. Family caregivers experience time away from their caregiving responsibilities and enjoy peace of mind in knowing that their loved one is safe, supervised, and having a good time with their friends at the VINE Adult Community Center; Medication administration, bathing service, and transportation are available; Offers a variety of payment options including private pay and state waivers. Long term care insurance is accepted.
New Challenges Adventures Adult Day Care
4682 Slater Rd.
Eagan MN 55122
(651) 454-0161
Since 1999, New Challenges, Inc., has been dedicated to helping people throughout the Twin Cities metro area overcome the challenges they face, including developmental disabilities, acquired brain injuries, emotional and cognitive disorders.
Gedi Adult Day Care Corporation
312 W Lake St.
Minneapolis MN 55408
(612) 229-6517
Arise Senior Day Program
1908 Krutchen Court S
Sartell MN 56377
(320) 281-2306
Sometimes you and your loved one need a little extra help with your care. Our Senior Day Program gives clients a safe, welcoming environment while allowing much-needed respite time for the family caregiver. It’s staffed by compassionate, trained professionals and conveniently located at the crossroads of Sartell, Sauk Rapids, and St. Cloud. Who we care for: Seniors who may be alone and isolated during the day; Seniors who need assistance with their physical and cognitive challenges; Seniors coping with the early stages of dementia; Seniors whose family caregivers need respite and support
Good Samaritan Society - Westbrook (Adult Day Services)
149 First Ave.
Westbrook MN 56183
(507) 274-6155
Adult day services are designed to help adults remain in their own homes for as long as possible. Participants socialize, enjoy peer support and receive health and social services in a stimulating and supportive environment that promotes physical and mental health. Adult day services provide respite services that enable primary caregivers to work or pursue other daytime activities. Many agencies are conveniently located near assisted living and skilled nursing centers so if more care is needed, it will be available.
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