Frequently Asked Questions

The following questions are commonly asked by prospective residents and their families. If you have additional questions, please call us at 888-388-7445. 

Is Kidron Bethel Village a religiously affiliated organization?

Kidron Bethel Village, a Bluestem community, is inspired by Mennonite values and centered on the love of God. Our residents and staff members come from a variety of faith traditions. We welcome this diversity that enriches the woven fabric of our community. We are committed to treating all people with compassion and dignity.

Do You Have To Be Mennonite To Live At Kidron Bethel Village?

No. Residents in our community come from a large variety of faith backgrounds. Residents of Kidron Bethel Village engage in a spectrum of faith communities and support systems — we welcome and celebrate this diversity. For those who are interested, Kidron has spiritual activities and a full-time chaplain on staff who offers services and support.

Are There Any Requirements To Be Able To Live At Kidron Bethel Village?

Residents must be 62 years of age or older to live on our campus. More specifically for Kidron Inc. HUD housing, applicants must meet income requirements, be at least 62 years of age or older or have a severe mobility impairment.

Can I have pet while living at Kidron Bethel Village?

Residents in independent living may have a pet. Some limitations apply, so please talk to us about your pet upon inquiry. In assisted living and health care, our therapy dog makes regular visits. Also, we have a variety of other therapy animals come from the greater community to visit.

Can I afford independent living at Kidron Bethel Village?

From income-based housing to new construction homes, we offer homes that can fit any budget. Our homes can be purchased or rented, and prices vary depending on the neighborhood. Please see our independent living price brochure for details.

Our monthly service fee makes living in our community easy and affordable. When you consider what your monthly service fee entails, living at Kidron is a tremendous value.

What If My Health Begins To Deteriorate And I Need More Care?

In addition to independent living, Kidron Bethel Village also offers assisted living and health care for seniors who need more assistance. Residents can move to higher levels of care as their needs and preferences change. Current independent living residents receive the benefit of priority admission to higher level of care.

What Are My Options To Pay For Long-Term Care?

We accept private pay, long-term care insurance, Medicare and Medicaid.

Is Bethel Health Care Center Medicare and Medicaid approved?


Do You Offer Volunteer Opportunities? 

We have many options to volunteer on our campus. Current residents, individuals from the greater community, families and groups are all welcome and encouraged to share their time and talents with residents. Visit our volunteer page to learn more