Senator Alice Mann Applauds New Funding for Local Nursing Homes

First round of over $1 million in aid arrives to Sen. Mann’s district

SAINT PAUL, MINN. – Senator Alice Mann (DFL-Edina) announced that on August 1, local nursing homes received the first of two rounds of significant funding from the state to help stabilize their finances. This package is the result of a bipartisan agreement to provide economic assistance to nursing homes that are facing financial hardship.

“Nursing homes have struggled financially for years, and this critical funding will ensure that elders have access to excellent care and nursing homes in our communities,” said Sen. Mann. “Investing in our nursing homes was a priority of the 2023 legislative session, and this substantial relief will help nursing homes operate and deliver high-quality care for our Minnesota seniors.”

Of these initial investments, $1,024,324 have been delivered to nursing homes in Sen. Mann’s district: 

  1. $239,020 to Aurora on France in Edina
  2. $283,202 to Edenbrook of Edina
  3. $502,102 to Minnesota Masonic Home in Bloomington


Senator Alice Man represents Senate District 50 which includes Bloomington and Edina. She is vice chair of the Health and Human Services Committee, and serves on the Education Policy Committee and the Human Services Committee.

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