March 8, 2021 / Resources & Helpful Links / Immanuel Lutheran Communities
Where is Immanuel Lutheran Communities located?
Immanuel Lutheran Communities is located in Kalispell, Montana in the heart of the Flathead Valley. Located at the gateway to Glacier National Park and within minutes of all of the natural beauty the Flathead Valley, Immanuel Lutheran Communities is a perfect retirement destination. With its spectacular scenery, thriving historic downtown and excellent healthcare, it’s no wonder Kalispell has been rated a top place to retire by CNN, Where to Retire magazine and many others.
What are the key advantages of living in a community like Immanuel Lutheran Communities?
There are so many advantages, including an expanding group of friends, a maintenance-free lifestyle, a full array of services, educational and cultural opportunities, a holistic wellness program, and security and peace of mind for you and your family. This adds up to living longer, healthier, and better. And spending every day feeling connected and comfortable while living life your way.
This is the expectation of living at Immanuel Lutheran Communities. This community is filled with active, independent individuals. We share a bond of strong values rooted in faith, and our staff carries through those values, driven by the principles of honesty and hard work.
What is a Life Plan retirement community?
A Life Plan Retirement Community, formerly known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community, includes a combination of independent living, assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing services (or independent living and skilled nursing) available to residents all on one campus. Resident payment plans vary and include entrance fee, condo/coop and rental programs.
The Villas, an independent living expansion on the campus of Immanuel Lutheran Communities, will be unique in Northwest Montana, meaning residents will have priority access to assisted living, rehabilitation, memory support and nursing within the community should the need ever arise. And a 75% refundable entrance fee plan allows you to receive all of these services for a modest monthly fee, giving better predictability to rising health care costs.
What kinds of spiritual enrichment services are offered?
Your spiritual well-being is very important to us. While we are committed to Christian values, we also recognize and acknowledge that spiritual enrichment is an individual choice, and we welcome residents of all faiths. We have an active pastoral program with a full-time chaplain to provide one-on-one ministry to residents, hospital visitation, weekly devotions with staff and memorial services. Our chaplain also conducts weekly worship services, weekly bible study groups, Catholic communion services, and devotions among other services and programs. Learn more about our spiritual services here.
Why is Immanuel Lutheran Communities good for me as a single person?
Immanuel Lutheran Communities has many advantages for single individuals, including a sense of community and belonging, broader social network, and a place to continue to live a purpose-filled life. Services and maintenance-free living are also important. The security and peace of mind that come from knowing others are close at hand if needed is beneficial for someone who lives alone, as well.
Why is Immanuel Lutheran Communities good for us as a couple?
Couples can make their decision to move, plan for their new home, make friends, and enjoy the new lifestyle together. And should one member of the couple need assisted living, memory support, short-term rehabilitation or long-term care, it’s easy to see each other and to be together as much as possible. The reduction of stress and freedom from home upkeep is a big advantage for couples who want to really enjoy the retirement they have planned together.
What is the name of the expansion project at Immanuel Lutheran Communities?
Immanuel Lutheran Communities is expanding its independently living options with The Cottages, new patio homes with contract options that ensure priority access to a continuum of care.