Caregiver Support

Family Pathways

Aging Services

Information referral, Homemaking help, Transportation and Companionship support to help people 65+ remain in their homes.

Caregiver Consultant

Provides planning, connection with resources, support, and education for caregivers. Provides guidance on "next steps" and empowers a caregiver to also care for themselves.

Caregiver Support Group

A confidential, professionally facilitated support group for caregivers to exchange ideas and information. Respite services available.

In-home Respite

Volunteers provide a break to the caregiver to allow time for personal needs and errands.

Memory Café

A comfortable social setting for individuals with memory loss and their caregivers to make friends and support each other.


Fairview Caregiver Assurance

Caregiver Assurance is a membership program offered by Fairview Health Services that combines telephonic, in-person, and online resources to make your caregiving journey smoother. Speak with an Advisor to learn how Caregiver Assurance can help you: 612-672-CARE(2273)

Click HERE for more information.

Residential & Respite Services

Adult Foster Care

Licensed setting for adults who are unable to live alone due to physical, emotional, or developmental impairments. The homes provide 24 hour care including meals, support, supervision and assistance with personal cares as needed. (Family Services)


Caley House

Caley House Assisted Living a home environment where loving care is always provided.



Elim Care and Rehab

Providing long-term and short-term care for elders and their families, in the spirit of Christ’s love, since 1927.



Elim Oasis Adult Day Center

Elim Oasis Adult Day Center providing life enrichment opportunities for our members while allowing caregivers a respite.




Sterling Pointe

Love where you live...

Independent and Assisted Living. Respite and Memory Care.


Home Care

Fairview Home Care and Hospice

Provides nursing, social work, therapies and health aid services in your home.



Guardian Angels Elim Home Care

Faith-based, non-profit agency providing nursing, therapy, and aides for those with acute or chronic illness.



Visiting Angels Home Health Care

One hour to 24 hour non-medical senior home care services, locally owned home care.



Princeton Police Dept

Offering a free Adult ID Kit for families and caregivers who are caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias who may leave their home and become lost. 



Click on link below to download the Adult ID Kit brochure.


Project Lifesaver

Project Lifesaver deploys specially trained teams with the most reliable technology available to quickly locate and return wndering adults and children to their families and caregivers.

Mille Lacs County Sheriff     320-983-8250

Sherburne County Sheriff   763-765-3500

Click on link below for application and more information.

Food Services

Princeton Pantry

Provides groceries/products to people in need of food living in the Princeton School district. 



Senior Dining/Meals on Wheels

Good Food, Good Friends, Good Times.

Crystal Court Apartments




LJ's Handivan's is one of the premier medical transportation services.




Transportation services for special needs.



Transportation to appointments.



Community Education

Informational and training classes will be available or advertised through Community Education registration.



Princeton Library

Printed copies of the ACT Princeton resource brochure are here as well as books on dementia, Reminiscence Kits and Brain Fitness Kits.


Reminiscence Kits


Brain Fitness Kits


Elder Law

Estate and Elder Law assists clients with wills, trusts, estate planning, probate, powers of attorney, health care directives, guardianship, conservatorship, special needs trusts, medical assistance planning and

real estate matters.

Scott Berry Attorney, Princeton, MN 763-389-0178

Thomas Meinz Attorney, Princeton, MN 763-389-1243

National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Regional & National Resources

Alzheimer’s Association

Information on Alzheimer's disease and dementia symptoms, diagnosis, stages, treatment, care support and resources.

1-800-272-3900 (24/7 Helpline)


Senior Linkage Line

Minnesota Board on Aging's free statewide information and assistance service.



Act on Alzheimer's

A state-wide collaboration seeking to address the personal, social, and budgetary impacts of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

Central MN Council on Aging

The gateway to services to seniors and their families.



Minnesota Legal Services



Minnesota Services for the Blind


651-642-0506 (TTD/TTY)


Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services



Veteran’s Administration

Caregiver Support Line


Not sure where to get started?

Call the Senior Linkage Line at


Clink on a website link to learn more.