Our History

Ruth and Harold Haaland
Ruth and Harold Haaland established a Christian, non-profit organization called the Haaland Home in Rugby, North Dakota, in 1961. Their vision was to provide seniors with quality healthcare and personal service in a pleasant setting. In 1988, responding to a need for senior housing, Haaland Home opened Haaland Manor apartments. The apartments soon filled and in 1997 a second unit opened.

Ever aware of the community's changing needs, in November 2007 Haaland Manor became a licensed assisted living facility. A year later home care was added to the menu of services. In 2008, to reflect our commitment to continuity of care, we changed our name to Haaland Estates, provider of home care, assisted living and basic care services.