Veterans Home of Yountville
Located in the heart of scenic Napa Valley, the Veterans Home of California-Yountville (VHC-Yountville) is a community of and for veterans. Founded in 1884, VHC-Yountville is the largest veterans’ home in the United States, offering residential accommodations with a wealth of recreational, social, and therapeutic activities for independent living. Some 1,100 aged or disabled veterans (both men and women) or World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Desert Storm, and Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom now live at the home.
Future health care needs of veterans admitted to the Yountville Home at the Residential Care level are met by on-grounds facilities for Residential Care for the Elderly (RCFE), intermediate Care, Skilled Nursing Care, and a “Memory Care Center” for residents with various forms of dementia. General acute care is provided at Queen of the Valley Hospital in Napa, St. Helena Hospital in St. Helena, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in San Francisco.
The Yountville Home is also a focal point for the Napa Valley Community with the 1,200 seat Lincoln Theater (home of the Napa Valley Symphony), 9-hole golf course, Recreational Vehicle (RV) park, Borman Field baseball stadium, bowling lanes, swimming pool, and a military Base Exchange branch store. All of these facilities are available for use by resident veterans at no additional cost. Additionally, the home offers services specifically for residents including a fitness center, a resident operated television station, auto hobby shop, a 35,000 volume library, creative arts center, and a multi-faith chapel.
Applying to the Veterans Home of Yountville
Veterans desiring to be considered for residency are encouraged to review the basic admission requirements and complete an application form below.
Send your application to:
Veterans Home of California, Yountville
260 California Drive
Yountville, CA 94599
Toll Free: 800-404-8387