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Inpatient Rehabilitation Services

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Courage Center Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP)

Courage Center’s inpatient Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP) provides comprehensive rehabilitative services to assist people with disabilities and/or people recovering from illness, injury or surgery* in gaining greater independence. The TRP, licensed as a skilled nursing facility, serves as a “bridge” – a transitional setting between acute care and returning to a home or community living setting. In 2013, the TRP earned a five-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. 

* A separate inpatient program addresses the needs of people with chronic pain.

The TRP serves people with the following conditions

  • Cerebrovascular disorder (e.g. stroke, aneurysm) 
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Brain injury
  • Multiple trauma
  • Neurovascular disorder (e.g. spinal stroke)
  • Neurological/neuromuscular disorders (e.g.: MS, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Parkinson’s Disease)
  • Orthopedic conditions (e.g.: back/spine, joint replacement/fracture, amputation)
  • Deconditioned state
  • Congenital disability

For more information about Courage Center's Transitional Rehabilitation Program, located in Golden Valley, Minn., please call 763-520-0307. For more about the TRP, see our Inpatient Experience page.

 

Ph: 612-775-2837
Fax: 763-230-1911
TRP.Admissions@CourageCenter.org
bridge in the Courage Center garden

Additional Resources

TRP Brochure

Admission Criteria

TRP Outcomes

TRP Recreation Calendar

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Courage Center’s Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP) continues to hold an overall quality “5 Star Rating” as calculated by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for skilled nursing facilities. Only 10% of facilities statewide and 10% nationally attain the 5 Star rating level.