Air Force Village West is located adjacent to March Field in Riverside, California. We are a spectacular retirement community located on 221 acres of rolling hills with luxurious country club setting including golf, pool, spa, gym, trails and great meals. Consider this: "We who live here, firmly believe that the greatest retirement life is right here at Air Force Village West! " Just ask any of those retirees who are here, enjoying the wonderful year-round climate and crossing paths with many who have traveled the same courses in their careers. Our community is built exclusively for military officers of ALL branches of the uniformed services, federal government officials (GS-7 and above) and their spouses or widows.
AFVW is one of the most popular retirement communities on the west coast because of its spacious single family homes and apartments, services, amenities, and on-campus health care facilities. We offer a lifestyle for both sides of your mind – the half that will always be young and carefree and the half that’s learned to make the right decisions about the future. Pet Friendly.
For more information about Air Force Village West call 1-800-729-2999 or visit our website at http://www.afvw.com/.
The Air Force Villages in San Antonio, Texas is a not-for-profit, active-living, accredited continuing care retirement community for retired and honorably separated officers of ALL uniformed services and their spouses, widow(er)s, and elderly parents/grandparents.
Our residents and friendly staff experience a feeling of being part of a large family. Enjoy full service retirement living centered on a wellness lifestyle in a fun environment. Nearly everything is taken care of, so you can be as active or relaxed as you want to be. We have something for everyone!
Both Village I and Village II have over 75 fun activities on site for you to keep active, healthy, sociable, and alert. The Villages has great food, guest rooms for relatives and friends who may visit, its own beauty and barbershop, and covered parking, and extra storage are available.
If needed, an exceptional continuum of care is available which includes wellness clinics, on-site outpatient clinics, home health services, assisted living, Alzheimer’s Care residences and skilled nursing care.
Both campuses are near Lackland AFB and Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, Brooks Army Medical Center, Audie Murphy Veterans’ Medical Center, and many other medical systems.
For more information about the Villages, visit http://www.airforcevillages.com/ or call 1-800-762-1122.
The Fairfax is ideal for seniors who vale their independence and appreciate the good life, is an independent full-service community for retired military officers, spouses and surviving spouses of all United States Armed Forces.
Our community features a comfortable lifestyle, superb amenities and the highest standards of hospitality and service. It is not surprising, then, that our residents willingly exchange the responsibilities of household maintenance for the freedom of living at our community. The community offers a broad range of services and care options including: Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Nursing and Rehabilitative Care.
For more information about The Fairfax, visit http://www.sunriseseniorliving.com/Home.do.
Falcons Landing is the premier CCRC for retired military officers, their spouses and unremarried surviving spouses. Our not-for-profit community is located just 15 miles west of Tysons Corner and the beltway in an elegant, 33-acre gated setting of duplex, single homes and apartments. The comprehensive program of services and amenities include meals, transportation, utilities (except phone), housekeeping, maintenance, security, bank, beauty/barber shop, chapel, library, indoor pool, tennis, activities, classes, trips, and our on-site health center.
For more information about Falcons Landing, visit http://www.falconslanding.org/.
Knollwood opened its doors in 1962 following a groundbreaking ceremony by Mamie Eisenhower. This unique community was the result of the dedication of two special women, Mrs. Maxwell Taylor, the wife of then Chief of Staff of the Army, and Mrs. Hoy Davis. These ambitious ladies enlisted the help of thousands of Army wives around the world. Their goal was to provide affordable, secure retirement housing and health care services for Army widows who, at the time, received minimal benefits from the government. This unique community has been capably managed by the Army Distaff Foundation, a non-profit corporation for over 40 years. Knollwood offers a continuum of care to best fulfill the physical and emotional needs of each resident.
Knollwood is situated on 16 exquisite acres in Washington, DC. The estate is graced by azaleas, dogwoods and stately oaks on a knoll overlooking Rock Creek Park. Our residents thrive on the energy and exciting opportunities offered by living in the nation’s capital. The city’s amenities are only minutes away. An enjoyable day at the Smithsonian museum, an evening at the Kennedy Center, or just dining in Georgetown are just a few of the many treasures one can appreciate in the nation’s capital.
At Knollwood, male and female officers of all uniformed services and their female relatives have the opportunity to live with others who have experienced the unique life of the military. Old friendships are renewed and new friends are discovered. It is a community in which one instantly feels "at home."
For more information about Knollwood, visit http://www.armydistaff.org/.
Vinson Hall is a not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community established in 1969 by Navy Marine Coast Guard Residence Foundation. AT VINSON HALL the choices of activities and lifestyle are as varied as the people who live here. The residents themselves organize activities according to their interests. Some prefer jazz sessions, football parties, music concerts and cocktail parties. Others prefer book clubs, oil painting, wood carving, bridge and cribbage. Some like to spend quiet evenings at home in their own apartments; others like to go out to community events or concerts at the Kennedy Center. Still others travel a good part of the year and use Vinson Hall as their home base.
For more information about Vinson Hall, visit http://www.vinsonhall.org/.