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Risen Son Christian Village

Risen Son Christian Village

At Risen Son Christian Village, we care about you, your family and your future. Think of us as a "one-stop" retirement community. We offer spacious independent living options and wonderful amenities, as well as several levels of additional care when a resident's needs may change. Our highly trained staff works as a team to provide quality, personalized care for each resident. We maintain deep ties to our local community and surrounding areas, including area churches.

Welcoming, caring and compassionate, Risen Son Christian Village is an independent living and continuing care retirement community (CCRC) serving seniors of every age and allowing them to age in place. Located on forty acres in beautiful Council Bluffs, Iowa, in Pottawattamie County, we provide high-quality, faith-based, senior living and care options that encourage the highest possible level of independence in a scenic setting that’s convenient to transportation and shopping.

As a CCRC, we provide a range of independent living options, plus a continuum-of-care services including residential care, long-term skilled nursing, rehab and assisted living memory care—all available onsite for residents. When it makes sense—we are there for you.

Levels of Care at Risen Son Christian Village

For more information about Risen Son Christian Village, please fill out the contact form above or call us. We are here to help!

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Location:

3000 Risen Son Blvd
Council Bluffs, IA 51503

Phone:

(712) 308-8145

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Dignity. Purpose. Confidence.

Change the conversation. Dignity not dependency. Purpose not irrelevancy. Confidence not uncertainty.

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