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Finding engaging senior living services and amenities near you in Normal, IL, doesn’t have to be challenging if you know where to look. At The Village at Mercy Creek, you’ll discover a variety of senior living amenities and services designed to help you or your loved make each day a little more joyful.
Imagine waking up to the beautiful sunrise over Normal, IL. You have peace of mind knowing that home maintenance is taken care of. After taking a minute to admire your spacious senior apartment, you head out to lunch. As the natural light shines through the hallways, you’re greeting by warm conversations by friends and neighbors.
You enjoy a delicious meal prepared by an executive chef and head off to the library to get lost in a bestseller. From there you make your way to one of the campus game rooms for a hand of bridge with friends. As the sun goes down you feel a sense of excitement wondering about what kind of joy the next day will bring.
At The Village of Mercy Creek, our senior living services and amenities are meant to be supportive and inspire. Some of our senior living community amenities include:
There are more senior living amenities and services waiting to be discovered at The Village at Mercy Creek. Schedule a tour today or call us at 309-268-1501 to get a first-hand look at what makes our community so special.
"The friendliness of all the residents and staff. . . the "Good Mornings" and "Good Afternoons" said with a smile. That truly makes my day."
Lee S., resident of Franciscan Communities
"As the song goes "There's no place like home." My place here is "home sweet home." Employees provide service with kindness and there's so many good people to talk to."
Bernard S., Franciscan Communities Resident
"Mt. Alverna has such a friendly and caring personality and atmosphere. The skilled care helped me achieve independence and regain strength. Even the social activities reinforce physical therapy. I am blessed to have been able to rehab at this facility this past Spring."
Rev S., Mount Alverna