CCRC Military Retirement Community Earns CCAC Accreditation
Air Force Village meets the highest standards of quality for Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC). AFV I and AFV II earned national distinction in 1987 as the first military retirement communities to be accredited by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC). Less than 17% and 1800 CCRCs are accredited (according to Ziegler). This designation helps consumers recognize senior communities that are: financially stable, providing quality care and worth the investment. CCAC is the nation's only accrediting body for continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) and other types of continuums of care. The CCAC exists to help ensure that the nation's retirement communities fulfill their promise of quality lifetime care to older persons. Click here for more on standards at the CCAC website.
AFV residents live in San Antonio, Texas, a city renowned for medical care. Village residents have easy access to premier medical facilities and a strong medical community of military, public and university teaching hospitals, with specialists in all aspects of senior health care. Some of the most advanced work in medicine is being done in greater San Antonio.