In the News: Our Lady of Peace Looks to Build $4 Million Expansion

Our Lady of Peace, a LeadingAge Minnesota member, has begun a capital campaign to expand the 21-bed residential hospice center at Cleveland and St. Anthony avenues. According to a recent Pioneer Press story, “the administration is looking at a $4 million expansion that could tentatively begin in December and allow for single-room occupancy.”

Our Lady of Peace has been providing end-of-life care at no cost since 1941. Beyond Medicaid dollars, the organization does not charge its residents.

For more information on Our Lady of Peace, read the recent Pioneer Press story.

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