Living at Home of the Park Rapids Area - Enabling seniors to remain in the home of their choice!
 Who we are:

Living at Home of the Park Rapids Area is a private 501(c)(3) non profit organization committed to its mission of mobilizing volunteers and other community resources to enable seniors to remain in the home of their choice.

 What we do:

Living at Home of the Park Rapids Area offers a number of services to help area seniors live comfortably in the home of their choice, such as transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping and limited light housekeeping. We also provide respite care, which allows a family caregiver a much deserved break while a trustworthy person stays with their loved one and caregiver coaching. A majority of these services are provided by volunteers who give generously of their time and talents. However, our staff facilitates a monthly caregiver support group and provides a majority of the service related to our newest endeavor, Geriatric Care Management.

 Where we are:

The Living at Home of the Park Rapids Area offices have moved. We are located at 109 Grove Avenue South, which is in the Edgewater Office Plaza, next to Thomason, Swanson & Zahn Law. We are located directly behind the former Kahn's Mongolian Grill building on Highway 34.

Events and Announcements
  • August 8, 2014 - Hubbard County Veteran's Fair Living at Home will have a booth at the Veteran's fair, which is being held at the Park Rapids American Legion from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Be sure to stop by to check out the services we offer and the chance to win a prize.

  • September 16, 2014 - Join us for the first ever Hubbard County Senior Fair being held at St. Peter's Catholic Church from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will feature senior service provider booths, education, games, food, fun and prizes. Lunch will be served at noon with a special treat being offered at 2 p.m.

A new program to help seniors remain
in the home of their choice through
care coordination by a certified care manager.

This program is made possible  by grants from the Department of Human Services, Northwest Minnesota Foundation, Itasca-Mantrap, MN Power, and Land of the Dancing Sky AAA.