We are pleased that federal and state officials have prioritized long-term care residents and their caregivers for early COVID-19 vaccinations. The news of a vaccine gives us hope for the next chapter in our fight against this virus.
Ebenezer communities, including Riley Crossing Senior Living, are among the first to receive the approved COVID-19. Riley Crossing vaccinations began on January 12, 2021.
In-Person Tours and Virtual Meetings
Our top priority is the well-being and safety of our residents, and staff members. Currently, we are limiting visitors and guests as per the guidelines of the Center for Disease Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Health and Human Services
We are still accepting move-ins to meet your needs for senior living, assisted living, memory care and enhanced care. If you are considering a move in the near future, you are welcome to tour our building. You must follow our visitor guidelines and infection protocols. If you aren't comfortable with an in-person tour, we have virtual tours and video meetings available.
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Connection to Nature
Our 9-acre campus offers an abundance of green space with plantings and walking paths that connect you to city paths to nearby Lake Susan and Rice Marsh Lake. Our programming offers our residents many opportunities to experience nature.
Age in Place
At Riley Crossing, we are proud to be an “Age in Place” senior housing community so that you only have to make one move. Meaning that if you start off in Independent Living and should need Assisted Living care or services down the road, you will not need to relocate apartments. Our care and services will come to you in the original apartment that you chose. Offering Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Enhanced Care meets all needs.