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Pines Village
Retirement Communities

3303 Pines Village Circle Valparaiso, IN 46383



(877)295-5500  TOLL FREE

Chief Executive Officer:

Laurie Mullet

Click here for driving directions



Welcome to Pines Village Retirement Communities. Our mission is to Celebrate Life by enriching the lives of older adults. Our first and foremost goal is to help you establish a lifestyle which offers freedom from responsibilities, fewer worries and greater security.

Pines Village Retirement Communities offer the following:

We invite you to experience Pines Village Retirement Communities first-hand.  Visit us and talk to the residents, meet our staff, or dine with us.  We would love to meet you and show you why we’re so proud of our communities!  Call us at (219)465-1591or toll-free (877)295-5500 to schedule an appointment or click here.



"Understanding PTSD"
Keynote Presentation with Silouan Green, US Marine Veteran 
Veterans Day • Wednesday, November 11, 2015 • 8:00 a.m.
Ivy Tech Community College
3100 Ivy Tech Drive, Valparaiso, IN 

Who suffers the impact of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? For veterans, the effects of PTSD can be life-altering for themselves and the people around them: spouses, children, parents, siblings, coworkers and employers.

Join us on Veterans Day 2015 for “Understanding PTSD,” a personal keynote presentation by US Marine Veteran, Silouan Green. Sharing his own experience living with and recovering from severe PTSD, Silouan’s message brings awareness, understanding and hope for the  opportunity to overcome trauma and build a life of purpose.

This special community event held on Veterans Day is designed to educate, inspire and dispel the stigma that surrounds PTSD.  Come learn about PTSD and what we—as individuals and as a community—can do to turn the tide on this epidemic that has impacted so many soldiers, their families and our society.

Following Silouan’s presentation, please join us for a Continental Breakfast and Resource Fair.

This is a FREE COMMUNITY-WIDE EVENT! Invite veterans, their families, area leaders and the greater community! Reservations are required - REGISTER HERE

Sponsorship Opportunities are also available! CLICK HERE to become a sponsor today!


Pines Village Donates Benches From Recycled Caps

Pines Village Retirement Communities was excited to deliver two completed benches to local schools, created from recycled plastic caps collected since last November. Pines Village residents led a drive to collect 400 pounds of recyclable plastic caps to create each permanent bench. “With the community’s support, we were able to collect more than 800 pounds of caps so far – enough to create two benches,” said Lou Foster, Pines Village resident and President of the Resident Council. The two benches were donated to the Discovery Charter School in Porter, and the Dunes Learning Center in Chesterton. Read More>


The Village Art Gallery

YouTube video produced by Sarah Jackett and the Porter County Career Center.

On March 13, 2012, Sarah Jackett was a recipient of the Secondary Student Career and Technical Education Award for Excellence from the Indiana Department of Education for this video. Sarah graduated fromt Chesterton High School and currently attends Ball State University, studying Video Production.




Pines Village Wants Your Caps!

Pines Village Retirement Communities is asking for the community’s help as they transform trash into a treasured park bench for the Dunes Learning Center in Chesterton. They’re building the bench by collecting recyclable plastic caps for the Caps for Bench program through Green Tree Plastics of Evansville, Indiana. “Our residents have really embraced recycling for environmental reasons. Creating a cool bench that will last forever was the perfect extension of the effort,” said Laurie Mullet, Chief Executive Officer of Pines Village Retirement Communities, Inc., which includes Pines Village Apartments, Pines Village Assisted Living, Meridian Woods Homes, and the Campbell St. Café

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The Hazel Hannell Collection was unveiled at Pines Village on March 20, 2011. This permanent gallery of legendary Porter County artist Hazel Hannell is open to the public Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.



Pines Village Retirement Communities brought, Director, Aron Gaudet and the screening of the award winning film "The Way We Get By" to Valparaiso .  This deeply moving film is about life and how to live it and follows the lives of three seniors who are volunteers with the Maine Troop Greeters. Over 1 million American soldiers have traveled through Bangor International Airport since 2003 as they depart or return from Iraq and Afghanistan. The Maine Troop Greeters have made it their mission to meet every flight and express our nation's gratitude and appreciation.  A place where 20 year olds and 80 year olds come together with renewed purpose and meaning. We encourage you to visit their website www.thewaywegetbymovie.com.   The movie is available at NetFlix.

"The Way We Get By"

Sometimes all it takes is a handshake  to change a life

Pines Village Retirement Communities, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap or national origin.