The active neighborhood with the friendliest neighbors.
Beautifully located with a view, grounds to stroll, gardens to swoon over, access to everything you need and great neighbors — it’s a neighborhood that’s the best of both worlds. Park yourself in a soft chair for lively conversation or deep, quiet thinking -- and then get out and go.
Historically, residents and staff have made this a wonderfully friendly neighborhood. And while renovations all around our campus improved the services we offer, the friendliness factor remains a vital part of our legacy.
A full continuum of care is offered, starting with Residential Living for maximum independence. And if a time comes when you need care, it’s down the hall or right around the corner – and close to your friends and neighbors, so you can keep in touch. You’ll find Assisted Living, Memory Support and Long-term Care – each delivered by people you know and trust.
•• Non-profit, charitable corporation
• Chartered by the State of Montana, 1953
• Governed by a Board of Directors elected by delegates of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America congregations
• First phase of Immanuel Lutheran Home constructed in 1957
• 1976 – Bratsberg Memory Care opens a specialized program for those with age-related dementia and Alzheimer’s
• 100-apartment Residential Living – Buffalo Hill Terrace – constructed in 1986
• Assisted Living Services are first offered at Buffalo Hill Terrace in 2000, providing a bit more help if and when it is needed.
• The Retreat at Buffalo Hill opens March 2012 to provide personalized, post-hospital and outpatient rehabilitation in a resort-inspired setting.
• 2012 - Immanuel Lutheran Home is renamed Immanuel Skilled Care Center to better represent the increased level of services and therapies available.
• 2012 – 14 new apartment homes are added bringing the total at Buffalo Hill Terrace to 112.
•The Assisted Living Commons is added in 2012 and the Café dining venue opens creating a new neighborhood for enhanced assisted living services.
• Philosophy: We’re here to serve
The need for assisted living that embraces a philosophy of dignified care for the whole person continues to grow. We depend on charitable donations from members of the community to help us fulfill our mission.
Find out more.
More information about needs and gifts is available from the Development Office, which you can reach at (406) 752-9624 or click here for more information on supporting our mission. You can also contact us at email@example.com.