Why have The VCC chosen Tucson, Arizona?
The desert southwest (Tucson, Arizona) is the ideal location for VCC senior care, hospice care, permaculture, arts and community building because of the inspiring and world famous landscape, year round warm weather and breathtaking mountain vistas.
For the VCC model facility, we have two options:
Option one is a small five bedrooms house that can accommodate five beds for adult assisted living. To acquire this property we’ll need a minimum of $60K, this being that we’ve a pre-approved mortgage. If you can help, please request more details.
Second and ideal setting for the VCC’s launch in the desert southwest is the bigger house on 437 South Railroad (featured in the promo-video). With six beds and six full, private baths and 7,888 square ft, the home has ample space for privacy, a creative space/school, large dining hall, commercial sized kitchen and patio area large enough to host multiple patients, community members or even events. The main home is 100% solar powered.
The property includes a back lot with three separate guest homes, all of which have two bedrooms, one bath and full kitchens. This will be turned into seven-plus beds for Adult Assisted Care immdediatly. We also have a forty acre farm less then two hours drive from Tucson with plenty of water. Both properties are on the market for a combined total of $1.4M, but the VCC needs only from 30% to 50% of this total amount ($300K to $600K) to begin its operations in this scenario. For the detailed Business Plan (with three year projections) on this operation, please email us at info(at)vediccare.org. Thank you.
Patients, artists, food activists, healers and teachers will work together, building a community where devotees can find peace in their end of life transition, surrounded by caring counselors, Vedic doctors, spiritual artists and musicians.
Teachers will educate on broader global subjects to enrich the lives of the old and young. Spiritually minded food activists can grow and educate the surrounding community on sustainable, organic farming in smaller spaces. And finally, creative artists can inspire with their music, singing, sculpting and canvas work.