“We just love it here!
This isn’t just
an apartment complex,
this is our home.”
– Jack & Cheryle
When you live in the apartments at Good Shepherd, you belong to a community where you can be as active and engaged as you choose to be. If you want privacy, your apartment is your sanctuary; or when you want to be social, your neighbors live right down the hall. Apartment living can offer a more carefree lifestyle, without homeowner responsibilities.
By making Good Shepherd your home, you’ll discover new freedom, new experiences and the companionship of new friends.
Good Shepherd Assisted Living (Shepherd Court) is owned and managed by The Good Shepherd Lutheran Home of Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. The subsidized apartments are owned by Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and managed by The Good Shepherd Lutheran Home. Good Shepherd Assisted Living (Shepherd Court) and Good Shepherd Homes Inc. (GSA) are licensed as Assisted Living facilities with the State of Minnesota.
Good Shepherd Assisted Living (Shepherd Court)
These apartments are a great introduction to community living. Adults 55+ choose from seven, one and two-bedroom market rate floor plans. Wonderful amenities are included in the rent such as: garbage pick-up at your door five days per week, Satellite TV, basic Wi-Fi and weekly light housekeeping of the kitchen and bathroom. There is a lovely interior courtyard with raised gardens and benches to enjoy outdoors during our short, but beautiful, Minnesota summers. Feed your green thumb by volunteering to tend our many community gardens and enjoy the fresh produce.
Subsidized/Income Based Apartments
By participating in the Housing & Urban Development (HUD) program, we meet the needs of adults age 62+ with low, very low and extremely low income and disabled adults 18+ with low income.
- Good Shepherd Homes, Inc. (GSA) are a low income housing option for adults age 62+. We also have six mobility-accessible apartments available to people under 62 if they have low income and show the need for the accessible features. Common areas include a library, coffee room/tenant kitchenette, community/dining room, family lounges on each floor, and an outside patio with gazebo.
- Shepherd Oak Apartments are a very low-income housing option for adults age 62+. Common areas include a library, community/dining room, tenant kitchenette, family lounges and a beauty shop that serves all campus apartment tenants.
- Shepherd Oak West Apartments – are a very low-income housing option for adults age 62+. Common areas include a community room, family dining room, exercise room, library and lounges.