Veterans Affairs and Community Care Network Contracts

Veteran's Contracts

Monarch is honored to serve our veterans who have given so much to our country, offering them the best experience in senior living.

We are proud to have contracts with the Department of Veterans Affairs and Community Care Network (VA CCN) in many of our facilities. While these communities are not federally-operated Veterans Homes, the contracts allow qualifying veterans to receive services through Monarch. This contract allows Monarch and the local VA to work together by consolidating all community care programs and build an integrated health care network to improve Veterans’ access to high-quality care both in VA and in the community.

VA created the VA CCN program to assist Veterans who can’t get necessary services from a VA provider either because the services aren’t available or the VA provider is too far away. Before a Veteran gets care or services from a VA CCN participating care provider, the VA must issue a referral for an episode of care. VA referrals will include an authorization for a specific standard episode of care. The referral will include a start date and an end date, along with a specified number of visits and/or services. Monarch will work directly with your provider and CCN case manager to obtain prior authorization for the stay.

Monarch homes with a VA contract:
  • Hillcrest Rehabilitation Center
  • Oaklawn Rehabilitation Center
  • The Estates at Greeley
  • Parmly On the Lake
  • The Estates at Roseville
  • The Waterview Woods
  • The Waterview Shores

More Information

For more info please see the Minneapolis VA website: