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Presbyterian Village has more than exceeded our expectations. We moved into a cluster home in 2008, and we wouldn't want to be anywhere else!

Wilson & Jacque Whitaker

Living the Village life means leaving behind the years of concern and cost of maintaining a home. It means living in a community, supportive of health, the inner spirit and the love of neighbor. For us, living at Presbyterian Village Austell has brought us a retirement beyond anything we could have imagined while bringing our children the comfort of knowing their parents are secure and content.

Esther & Tino Ballesteros

Three years ago, when my wife and I were looking ahead, we turned to Presbyterian Village Austell because it provides a continuum of care. Since then we have come to have a deep appreciation of what that means. Because we now have different health needs, each is able to have their needs attended to in a top-notch environment.

Carl Berkobin

It’s a blessing to be a resident of Presbyterian Village as I’m provided with all the services I could possibly need, and I don’t have to call upon my family for help.

Gretchen Sherrill

My wife and I moved into a cottage at Presbyterian Village five years ago. Due to some health changes, Eleanor is now a resident of the Health Services Center where she receives loving and professional care from a dedicated and well-trained staff. After visiting many nursing homes as a church pastor, I can honestly say this is the finest nursing facility I’ve ever experienced. The Village provides excellent facilities for continuous care at every level of need, and with the Health Services Center being close to my cottage, I’m able to spend quality time with Eleanor on a daily basis.

Chuck Mann

My husband Trent and I moved to Presbyterian Village in 1999, and we felt blessed and very thankful to be here. We lived our lives to the fullest, and six years later, Trent passed away. Though no place and no person could fill the void in my life, Presbyterian Village both cared and understood my heartbreak. Now five years later, I continue to live the Village life as opportunities for exercising, walking with my many friends, chairing the Town Council, and becoming a Stephen Minister all guide me down a new path.

Martha Ann Howell