7513 Sweetmeadow Court, Highland, CA 92346
Arlene's Villa is a senior residential home that is located in the scenic city of Highland, CA and in San Bernardino County. Highland is in a great location, especially for nature and outdoor lovers. The city backs up to the Mountain Home Village, which includes the Running Springs and Lake Arrowhead. The Santa Ana River runs throughout the entire city. The group home setting itself is situated within walking distance to the Patricia Marrigo Park, and many restaurant and shopping options. The convenient and beautiful location make Highland a great place to call home.
Arlene's Villa is a small community, ensuring the safety and security of our seniors. The intimate setting ensures individualized care for all of our residents, also ensuring their safety. All of our caregivers are fully trained and qualified, and a medical doctor is available on-call. Emergency services are also available within a couple of miles.
In addition to the scenic location and the safe and secure community, Arlene's Villa wants its seniors to feel comfortable. We offer the following amenities:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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The community is really clean, and staff members are great. We think the value was perfect for our loved one situation. They had games for the residents to play like crosswords puzzles, they could also watch TV and even walk around the court yard that was out back.
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