Tours, Visitation Information and COVID-19 Updates

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We appreciate your continued support. This is a difficult and complicated time and we appreciate you adhering to our policies.

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve and change on almost a daily basis. Please know that we continue to receive updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and local and state health departments in order to determine the best course of action to keep our residents safe.

If you have any specific questions or would like additional information, please reach out to our community. We will continue to keep residents, families and team members informed of any positive tests for COVID-19.


The Village Health & Rehabilitation offers scheduled and drop-in in-person tours, as allowed by state and local health department guidelines. For our latest touring options, please call 406-728-9162.



For our latest visitation options, please call 406-728-9162.

We will continue to follow CMS, CDC, state and local health department guidelines for visitation to provide a safe environment for residents, visitors, and team members during varying phases of COVID-19.


Please Note: Fully vaccinated refers to a person who is ≥2 weeks following receipt of the second dose in a 2-dose series, or ≥2 weeks following receipt of one dose of a single-dose vaccine, per the CDC’s Public Health Recommendations for Vaccinated Persons.

Upon entering the community, all visitors must:

  • Check-in at the front desk and be screened upon entering the community for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 per the CDC
  • Clean your hands upon arrival and before leaving. We have hand sanitizer for your convenience and use.
  • Wear a mask while entering and moving throughout the community (covering mouth and nose).
  • Social distance at least six feet between other residents and team members in the community.
  • Follow instructional signage throughout the community.
  • Visitors will go directly to the resident’s room or the designated visitation area.

Residents who are fully vaccinated can choose to have close contact, including touch, with their visitor while wearing a well-fitting face mask and performing hand hygiene before and after. If both the resident and visitor are vaccinated, they may both choose to remove their masks during their visit.


For our latest visitation restrictions, please call 406-728-9162.


  • New residents are not required to quarantine after moving in if they have met CDC screening guidelines
  • Residents are not required to quarantine after outings or visits with families at home


  • CMS and CDC continue to recommend communities, residents, patients and families adhere to the core principles of COVID-19 prevention
  • We are continuing to screen all guests and team members as they enter the community per CDC guidelines
  • Team members are required to wear appropriate personal protective equipment while at work
  • For the latest regarding on-site group activities, restaurant-style dining and transportation services, please call 406-728-9162.


We continue to educate on the importance of COVID-19 vaccinations, and assist new residents, existing residents and team members with receiving the vaccine. If family members are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, please reach out to our community.

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine by visiting the CDC website.

Click here to read more about how the COVID-19 vaccinations bring hope for a brighter 2021 for residents and team members.

Visitation and activities subject to change.

Last updated 8/9/2021

All visitors must:

Check in at the front desk for a screening per CDC guidelines.

Clean your hands upon arrival and before leaving. We have sanitizer for your convenience and use.

Always cover your cough. Use a tissue or your sleeve when you cough or sneeze.

Clean your hands after coughing or sneezing.

Looking for a way to help?

Nationwide, there are shortages of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) like face masks, gloves, and disinfectant wipes. These items help to keep healthcare workers healthy and enhance their safety as they are the front-line fighters against COVID-19. Our community is a registered drop-off site. For more information on how to donate, please visit and make a difference today! #GetUsPPE