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Circle of Friends
- Adult Day Program

Circle of Friends is a licensed adult day program in Washington County. Our program is located on the Boutwell's Landing Presbyterian Homes campus in Oak Park Heights, Minnesota.  Circle of Friends is a safe and friendly community setting designed to assist adults who may be experiencing memory loss, physical disability, depression and / or isolation.  At the same time, we are providing needed respite time to family and friends who are caregivers.

Many of our participants feel empowered by the fact that they are truly "going home" at the end of the day. Participants are invited to attend the program from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. up to five days per week. Extended hours are available to accommodate caregiver work and appointment schedules.

The cost of the program may be paid privately or by assistance programs if the participant is eligible. The programs include, but are not limited to, VA (Veterans Administration), MS Society, county assistance, long-term care insurance or Flex Spending reimbursements.  Please inquire about current financial options being offered.

Participants who attend may:

  • need supportive services and supervision for extended periods of time
  • need some assistance with activities of daily living
  • have memory impairment however, are able to follow redirection
  • have physical problems which need health monitoring
  • have incontinence problems that are managed

Participants must:

  • be medically stable and able to participate in the program
  • be free from communicable diseases or requiring isolation
  • be able to move around safely (walking or in a wheel-chair) with the help of no more than one other person
  • exhibit the absence of behaviors which could seriously hurt themselves or others
  • be able to spend time in groups without need for continuous one-to-one attention

For more information about HSI CIRCLE OF FRIENDS, please call:
(651) 777-5222 or e-mail

Volunteer opportunities are available. If you are interested in volunteering, call our Volunteer Coordinator at 651-275-4306.


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