Village residents enjoy outdoor spaces as part of our 8-acre campus in the heart of Little Rock.


Presbyterian Village was born out of concern for the lack of services and care for the aging, and we opened in 1965. Our mission is to offer comprehensive, continuing-care promoting health, security, spiritual well-being and happiness for our residents. We operate as one of a few non-profit communities for the aging in Arkansas.

"Continuing-care" means residents can remain on our one campus even as their needs, related to aging, may change. Continuing-care is a true benefit to couples who may have different needs, but wish to remain together in one community. Our services include independent living, residential care, skilled-nursing care, and rehabilitation therapy.


  • Donations to benefit capital renovations will help us to receive a $400,000 Challenge Grant from the Mabee Foundation of Tulsa, OK.
  • A donation of $5,000 can convert one traditional bathroom in Residential Care to an accessible bathroom, which will promote greater resident independence and dignity.
  • Donations of $500-$2,500 will help to install kitchen appliances and furniture for occupational therapy in our new rehabilitation gym.
  • We must raise $600,000 before Jan. 10, 2018 to complete our challenge fundraising and receive the full Mabee Foundation grant.

Established: 1965

Employees: 150

Service Area: Central Arkansas

Chris Marsh



510 N Brookside Drive
Little Rock, AR 72205

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