Adult Day at Friendship Center has served people with changes in cognitive and or physical functional capacity due to onset of disease, illness, disability, or just normal aging since 1976. Our services help older adults remain independent, relieve loneliness, and improve health and quality of life. In addition, Adult Day provides participants’ caregivers much needed respite and peace of mind.
Friendship Center creates a supportive community designed to encourage socialization while stimulating and challenging the participant, making each day meaningful. We are committed to providing a safe, compassionate, and welcoming space, ensuring that older adults are treated with dignity and respect. Participants, staff, and volunteers form a family of people helping people.
Friendship Center is also financially-responsible, costing less than nursing homes, assisted living, and in-home care. Self-pay and county funding are available depending on eligibility. We are is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
Mind & Spirit Programs
Body & Mind Programs
For more information, please contact:
Donna Kavanaugh, Program Director
1717 Second Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 781-2052 // firstname.lastname@example.org