The Village at Redlands
About Us

About The Village at Redlands
About The Village at Redlands
 

The Village at Redlands was founded by compassionate and caring members of the community. We are organized under the laws of the State of California as a non-profit {501(c)(3)} to meet the needs of seniors. We have a Board of Directors that meets regularly to deal with operational matters, the financial integrity of the program and future planning.

Our history in Redlands, California goes back to 1988 when 4 Christian Churches in Redlands joined forces to plot a course for the development of a retirement community. This was the first time that Bethany Reformed Church, 1st Christian Reformed Church, Highland Christian Reformed Church and Hope Protestant Reformed Church, came together with a common goal ~ building a retirement home to care for our senior population.

At The Village at Redlands it’s the people that make the difference. Our staff and residents uphold traditional values, including honoring the dignity and worth of each individual, making this a community of loving, caring and sharing.

Creating Community: Loving - Caring - Sharing

The Village at Redlands is designed to serve the needs of the elderly, 62 years of age or older, in an environment, which promotes the privacy, dignity, independence and choices of all residents. The Village at Redlands is committed to providing equal housing opportunities and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.

Equal HousingThe Village at Redlands • 310 S. Wabash Ave. • Redlands, CA • 92374(909)794-9880

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