How Immanuel Lutheran Is Combating Pandemic Pressures By Launching New Business Lines

How Immanuel Lutheran Is Combating Pandemic Pressures By Launching New Business Lines

While some other senior living providers are pausing growth plans during Covid-19, one small nonprofit in a state with a fast-growing population of older adults believes the best course of action is to extend its reach.

Kalispell, Montana-based Immanuel Lutheran broke ground last month on an expansion to its campus — a collection of four two-bedroom cottages for seniors age 55 and older. It is launching a property management and development company to form partnerships and manage communities throughout western Montana, and it is developing a home health care segment to provide services for seniors who are not ready, or unable, to transition to senior housing, CEO Jason Cronk told Senior Housing News.

Immanuel Lutheran Communities’ Buffalo Hill campus offers independent living, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitative care services. Click here to read the full article.