Air Force Villages provides two unique home environments for those residents who are no longer able to live independently. Arnold House Assisted Living is located on the campus of Air Force Village I and offers assisted living services in 20 private and spacious apartments. Liberty House Assisted Living is located on the campus of Air Force Village II and offers a variety of assisted living service in 34 spacious and private 1 and 2 bedroom apartments.
Services offered include medication management, assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming and daily well-being monitoring as well as a host of other services to enable our residents to maintain as much independence as possible while receiving assistance with the activities of daily living that have become more difficult over time. We believe everyone should enjoy Air Force Village life to the fullest-and that means not sacrificing comfortable living and beautiful surroundings when the need for assisted living and continuing care becomes necessary.
Arnold House At VI
At Arnold House Assisted Living, military retirees enjoy a carefree lifestyle in private apartments or friendship suites with large walk-in closets and extra closet space. Each residence is equipped with a kitchenette that has a refrigerator/freezer and microwave enclosed in mahogany cabinetry with granite countertops. Ample parking, in close proximity, is available. Arnold House is pet-friendly, has free Wi-Fi and a computer lab accessible 24 hours a day. A warm and inviting great room provides a common area for dining, socializing and activities and a beautifully landscaped courtyard offers comfortable seating and space for leisurely walks. Security is ensured by an attendant at the gated entry, 24 hours a day. Nestled on the south side of the Air Force Village I campus, beneath tall oaks and flowering crape myrtles, the location gives residents easy access to The Sky Lounge, Cochran’s Bistro and the Town Center. Available services include medication management; assistance with activities of daily living – including bathing, dressing, grooming and daily well-being; monitoring; and a host of other services to enable our residents to maintain as much independence as possible.
Arnold House is named in honor of Eleanor "Bee" Arnold, wife of General Hap Arnold,to honor the work Mrs. Arnold accomplished in organizing and educating officers' wives in volunteer support efforts during World War II, and for her role in the establishment of the Air Force Aid Society.
Assisted Living for Our Military Officers
Abundant activities, a corps of loving volunteers, a dedicated and compassionate staff, and beautiful residences and garden areas create an atmosphere that our retired military residents describe as "an extended family." More and more residents are enjoying the pleasures of assisted living at Liberty House, including a charming, well-stocked library, an elegant dining room, an auxiliary kitchen, beauty/barber shop, and impressive theater for movie-going.
Available services include medication management; assistance with activities of daily living – including bathing, dressing, grooming and daily well-being; monitoring; and a host of other services to enable our residents to maintain as much independence as possible. We believe every retired military officer and spouse resident should be able to live Air Force Village life to the fullest, enjoying the activities, camaraderie and beautiful surroundings, even if the need for assisted living and continuing care becomes necessary. Liberty House residents are an integral part of the greater community and may participate in all activities at Air Force Village II with their retired military friends.
Liberty House has earned the "zero clinical deficiencies" assessment from the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services and is CARF Accredited (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities). Air Force Village pioneered the concept of neighborhood living in health care.