Seniors residing in Prairie du Chien are offered various living opportunities, including maintenance-free rental units, single-and double-wide mobile home units situated in senior parks and quality senior facilities offering care at all levels.
Community Health Services Corporation has served the needs of the area’s growing senior population for several years. The organization operates skilled nursing, assisted living, independent living and memory care facilities in the Prairie du Chien and Soldiers Grove area.
Bluff Haven senior living village is home to residents at Bluff Haven senior apartments; Bluff Haven Memory Care (an assisted living facility for seniors with memory loss); Prairie Maison (an on-site skilled nursing facility); and the Village Plaza is complete with a library, community room, café and beauty/barber shop. Community Health Services Corporation also operates the LaBatisse on Dousman senior apartments in Prairie du Chien. Further information is available online at chscwi.org.
The Great River Care Center and Turner Pointe Assisted Living in McGregor, Iowa offers four levels of service from basic to extensive services to assist their tenants. Turner Pointe staff members make an active social atmosphere for residents.
An unmatched resource for seniors in the area is found through the County’s Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of SWI-North, which operates out of an office in Prairie du Chien, and is located at the Crawford County Building at 225 N. Beaumont Road. ADRC makes sure those residents with disabilities between the ages on 18-59, residents 60 and older have access to comprehensive information regarding public and private senior resources. In addition to a year-round schedule of events, ADRC offers a number of senior-oriented programs and services, including nutrition programs, transportation services throughout Crawford County, a family caregiver support program and a monthly newsletter for seniors. The ADRC office also has an on-site Benefit Specialist, Disability Benefit Specialist and Information & Assistance for seniors and disabled persons. For more information, call (608) 326-0235 or visit the website at crawfordcountywi.org. w