Every day is Veterans Day at the Minnesota Veterans Homes. Our mission is to serve Minnesota Veterans and their families through quality health care in an environment and community of trust, dignity and sharing.
At the Minnesota Veterans Homes, we not only consider it our duty to provide the highest level of care to those who answered our nation's call, we believe it is an honor. Minnesota's five state Veterans Homes are located in Fergus Falls, Hastings, Luverne, Minneapolis and Silver Bay. Our vision is to continually develop and deliver a safe, dignified and compassionate health care system; and provide a nurturing and engaging home environment for Minnesota's heroes.
Our Veterans Homes provide person-centered care designed and delivered according to the individual needs of each Resident. We operate 24/7 facilities that provide a combination of skilled nursing care, special care units for dementia and Alzheimer's, domiciliary care, rehabilitation services, recreational therapy, and work therapy programs.
We look forward to answering your questions about Resident admissions, requirements and the application process to the Minnesota Veterans Homes.
Our Homes Residents must be:
Residents contribute to the cost of their care according to their means. For questions or more information, contact the benefit coordinator of each Home.
Hear from one of our Veterans Benefit Coordinators in this short video.
Fergus Falls Virtual Tour
Hastings Virtual Tour
Luverne Virtual Tour
1-877-VET MPLS (838-6757)
Minneapolis Virtual Tour
1-877-SBY VETS (729-8387)
Silver Bay Virtual Tour
Volunteers at each of our Homes contribute tremendously to the quality of life of our Veterans. Volunteers provide invaluable support by sharing their experience, time and compassion with our Residents. Family members, friends and community members play a key role in helping us serve those who served through generous donations of time and money. If you or someone you know would like to make a difference, please contact us at 1-888-LinkVet.
For each Home's specific needs please visit their Giving Guide pages, which include specific project funding needs, volunteer opportunities and requested donation items.
It’s a legacy that began in the late 1800s when, what was then called the Old Soldiers Home, was built for indigent Veterans of the Civil War. Providing care for Veterans for the past 125 years, the shift in focus to making the health care needs of Veterans Homes a primary concern began in the 1960s. Over the years, a variety of specialized services were added to meet the total needs of our Residents. There are now five State Veterans Homes around the state designed to ensure that our nation’s heroes and their spouses can live in a caring community that enriches their lives.For a complete historical overview, please visit the Veterans Homes history page.