How can I help support our new Rosen Place on 8th Assisted Living?

21 Nov 2018 News

Rosen Place on 8th Assisted Living will provide a much needed added service to the residents of Stanley and Mountrail County.  Because most Assisted Living facilities are located in larger towns, seniors are forced to move away from smaller communities to have access to this kind of care.  Not only does this impact them, it also affects their families who now have to travel to visit them.  The nearest Assisted Living to us is 60 miles to the east in Minot.  We know we are losing Stanley residents to these Assisted Living facilities in Minot and other large cities. The Mountrail County Health Foundation is committed to finding a solution to allow our Stanley residents to enjoy their last years within their community, where they have lived and contributed to for so many years.  Rosen Place on 8th will be the perfect place and location for our residents to continue to live and contribute to their community.

 

The Mountrail County Health Foundation (MCHF) has been diligently working on helping fund the construction and furnishings of Rosen Place on 8th.  The Foundation’s purpose is to provide avenues through which donors can share in the philanthropic goals of the Mountrail County Medical Center and Mountrail Bethel Home.  In the past years Mountrail County Health Foundation has assisted in funding 1.) Phase One; the Emergency Room, Ambulance Bay, and CT scanner addition; and 2.) Phase Two; the expansion of the T.H. Reiarson Rural Health Clinic.  Now, the Mountrail County Health Foundation is focusing on Phase Three, which is assisting with the expansion/renovation of the Mountrail Bethel Home.  Thinking outside the box, Mountrail County Health Foundation has been researching and putting into place different ideas as to how to receive funding for this project.  We have been working closely with several entities that award grant money.  One of the grant opportunities we have been chosen to be a part of is the St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation’s Twice Blessed program.

 

It’s a truly a blessing when you give a gift to others.  We’re honored to be working with St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation to double your blessings during our TWICE BLESSED campaign for funding to help with the purchasing of the needed furnishings for Rosen Place on 8th.

 

In fact, any donations given to the Mountrail County Health Foundation for Rosen Place on 8th during the period of time from November 15th through December 31st, are eligible for a match by the St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation, up to $5,000.  Any monies collected over this amount will not be matched, but will still be distributed to the MCHF.

 

Please help MCHF earn our 1-1 match by going to www.twiceblessednd.com and find the MCHF link to donate or call Steph Everett at 628-1405 to have a donation card mailed to you.   Or mail your check made out to the St. Joseph’s Community Foundation with “MCHF – Twice Blessed” in the memo line to:  St. Joseph’s Community Foundation, 308 2nd Ave SW, Minot, ND  58701.  All gifts are welcome.  To give of one’s self freely is always a blessing.  So give your gifts double the impact this holiday season with TWICE BLESSED. We so thank you for thinking about this.

 

And as stated a few weeks ago in a “Did You Know” and in an ad this week, we will start to take applications for Rosen Place on 8th on Thursday, November 15th at 9:00 AM either in person or by phone to Kelly Gustavson, LSW at 701-628-2442 Ext 118 for Rosen Place on 8th.  Her office is located at Mountrail Bethel Home.  All calls and voice mails are time stamped with date and time of call.  There will be a deposit required to be on the waiting list as follows:

  • One bedroom will be $1500
  • Two bedroom will be $1700

 

Checks can be made to Rosen Place on 8th.  A refund will be issued for any of the following:

  • No longer qualifying/failing the screening
  • Change in condition that makes the applicant ineligible for Assisted Living
  • Event of a death

 

The Mountrail County Health Center and the Mountrail County Health Foundation appreciate your continued support. We are always striving to do better. Nobody takes care of you like your own.

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All visitor restrictions have been lifted at the Bethel Home. All ages are welcome to visit their loved ones and friends. This notice last updated on 4/2/2019.