We are Now a Secure Building!



Bethel has made the decision to become a secure facility like many others across the state have also chosen to do.  There are a few more steps to go through to visit your loved one, but we have staff standing by to assist with the process and any questions you may have.  

Continuing to ensure our residents safety in their home is always our highest priority.


Influenza Alert

Influenza is currently widespread in our area so in an effort to protect our elders, staff, and their families please wear a mask at this time.  IF you are experiencing any signs of the flu please avoid visitation at this time.

Symptoms can include:

Fever, Cough, Sore throat, Sneezing, Runny or Stuffy Nose, Headache, Nausea or Vomiting, Body Aches.


If you must visit, please take precautions such as washing your hands or using alcohol based hand sanitizer, obtain a respiratory mask at the front desk and/or nurses station, utilize tissues to cover nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing and dispose of contaminated items properly.


The Bethel Staff Sincerely Thanks You for Your Cooperation.