Long Term Care

Department Overview

Rice County Public Health provides long-term care consultation services and care coordination services for persons age 65 and over, in addition to personal care assistant (PCA) screenings. Long term care services are designed to support elderly persons in their efforts to remain living as independently in the community as possible.

 

Information for the Public

Rice County is fortunate to have a wide variety of long-term care resources for its residents.

Persons or family members of persons who need long term care in the community or who want to learn more about community resources are encouraged to call Rice County Public Health at (507) 332-6111.  Ask to speak to the Long Term Care Supervisor.  

Information about long term care services can also be found by visiting the Minnesota Board on Aging at www.mnaging.org or by visiting Southern Minnesota Area Agency on Aging

 

Long Term Care Program Directory of Services

Directory of Resources

 

Educational Programs for Caregivers

Rice County Public Health, in partnership with the Faribault Senior Center, will offer educational programs of interest which are open to our contracted vendors and the public, at no cost to the attendees.  Please contact the Faribault Senior Center for detailed information about the programs. Individuals are encouraged to take advantage of these opportunities offered here in Rice County at no charge.

 

Senior Centers

Senior Centers