In the Community – Ridgecrest Village

Our Non-Profit Community Spotlight

Ridgecrest Village

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Ridgecrest Village has been a proud provider of senior services for the Quad Cites for over 50 years! As the leader in retirement communities, Ridgecrest Village has flourished over the years. We look forward to continuing to support our residents and staff to live purposefully and passionately.

We also want our residents to live their lives as worry free as possible. Our unique option of Lifecare offers our residents peace of mind when it comes to the future costs of their potential healthcare needs. When residents choose this option, they are able to control those costs and this can allow them to preserve their assets for their family.

Ridgecrest Village is driven not only by our mission and values, but also has the help of trusted partners. Similar to how we become this partner with residents and their families as they plan for their future, Ridgecrest Village looks to the Investment Management Group to guide us. IMG brings a lot of value to our organization by providing solid advice and performance that is beneficial to our operation, and providing a better living community for our residents.

Another of our trusted partners is our own Ridgecrest Village Foundation. With the help of the foundation’s work, we are able to sustain some valuable programs. One plan includes a nursing scholarship program to help individuals cover the costs as they further their education. Another program is our Koning Charitable Fund. This fund can provide resources for those that have been living at Ridgecrest over the years and find they may need financial assistance. This is just one more example of how we try to give our residents peace of mind.

Ridgecrest Village truly is a village of its own. We provide all levels of care from Independent Living to Assisted Living to 24 hour care to end of life care. You can find it all right here in one place. For more information about Ridgecrest Village call 563.391.3430 and ask for Karen McCoy or visit We hope to see you soon and to be able to say “Welcome Home”!

Upcoming Events from our Nonprofit Partners

Framed: Step into Art | Open until May 1 | Family Museum
Step inside the framework of famous paintings and experience art with your kids and family in this interactive exhibition.

Pollination Investigation | Open now | Putnam Museum & Science Center
Nearly 90% of flowering plants rely on about 200,000 species of animal pollinators for fertilization. Explore the essential role that pollinators play in the natural world in this Smithsonian poster exhibition.

Spring Parent Learning Series | Beginning May 4 | The Arc of the Quad Cities
The Arc of the QC is hosting a series of workshops focused on providing the tools parents of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities need to be the most effective. All sessions are free.
Visit for information.

2022 Mental Health for Healthy Living Conference | May 6 | Vera French
Vera French is hosting a conference on mental health featuring Chris McCormick-Pries, ARNP and John Medina, PHD. To register, go to

HANDS Auxiliary Golf Outing| June 6 at Crow Valley Golf Club | Handicapped Development Center
Enjoy a day of golf and free admission to the cocktail party/auction for you and a guest in support of HDC. Contact Mary Egger at 563-391-4834 or to register today.