Explore our services… 

  • Home and Community Based Living (currently serving 7 licensed homes) 
  • 24-hour supportive living services (sleep/awake night staff) 
  • Room and Board with 3 meals daily 
  • Community involvement with activities 
  • Support for Day Programs 
  • In-home and Community Support
  • Entertainment/Community Engagement
  • Living skills training such as money management, daily hygiene, environmental safety, and much more. 

Riverview’s Values:

We provide staff who are committed to supporting the Individual’s needs by utilizing our customized person centered planning for each Individual we serve.

Our customized person centered planning will address the Individual’s strengths, needs, and purpose.

In order to enhance the quality of life of the Individual’s we serve, Riverview staff will encourage individual decision making and choice; provide opportunities to Individual’s to participate in maintaining their homes; and offer opportunities for social activities, both in the home and in the community.

Contact Us:

Phone: 507-824-2091
Email: info@riverviewservicesinc.org
Web: riverviewservicesinc.org


  • 1975 – River Manor was incorporated by 13 local people

  • 1977 – June ground breaking for River Manor

  • 1978 – The Manor opened with 12 developmentally disabled individuals.

    Allen Kokesch was Administrator

    Sandra Olson was Program Director

  • 1979 – Sandra Olson became the Administrator and Program Director

  • 1980 – Additions were added to house a total of 15 individuals

  • 1981 – Sandra Olson resigned as Administrator/Program Director

    Betty Malchow was hired for this position

  • 1985 – Additional office space was added to the building

  • 1991 – Betty Malchow resigned as Administrator/Program Director

    James Glasoe was hired for this position and soon resigned

    Lynette Nerison became Acting Director for 3 months

    Paula McGuine was hired as Administrator/Program Director

  • 1993 – Remodeling project began to allow handicapped accessibility, and for preparation of Class “B” conversion (downsizing to 11 beds)

  • 1994 – Purchased first home on 3rd st in Wanamingo

    First waiver home opened for 4 individuals

    Individuals from Regional Treatment Center (State Hospital) in Faribault move in

  • 1998 – Paula McGuine resigns as Administrator/Program Dircetor

    Anne Hoel was hired as Administrator/Program Director

    20th Anniversary

  • 1999 – Anne Hoel resigns as Administrator/Program Director

    Naci Adams was hired as Administrator/Program Director

  • 2000 – Began construction for new Waiver home

  • 2001 – Construction of home was completed and individuals moved in (2nd home in Wanamingo)

  • 2002 – New Waiver home approved and purchased in Wanamingo (3rd home in Wanamingo)

    New Waiver approved for 2 bedroom home in Red Wing

  • 2004-2005 – New Construction was started for 2 new homes to replace 2 of the current Wanamingo houses.

  • 2007 – Construction begins on new office building

    Waiver approved for 4 bedroom home in Red Wing

    Waiver approved for 4 bedroom home in Zumbrota

  • 2008 – Office Building was completed

    4 bedroom homes in Red Wing and Zumbrota both officially open

    30th Anniversary

  • 2014 – Naci Adams resigned as Administrator/Program Director

    Tracia Bauer served as interim Administrator/Program Director

    The Manor was closed and changed to a Waiver home for 4 individuals

    Malissa Parrott-Stahnke was hired as Administrator/Program Director

  • 2018 – 40th Anniversary

  • 2020 – Construction for a 4th Waiver home in Wanamingo began

  • 2021 – 4th Waiver home was completed and remaining individuals in the Manor moved in.

    River Manor was closed and reopened as HillCrest Center (Day Program)

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