Highland View Apartments

Jackson, Mississippi

Highland View Apartments is located in Jackson, Mississippi which is the capital city.  It’s a cul-de-sac of beautiful flowers and colorful shrubbery.  
There are two gazebos on the property for the resident to enjoy. 
Highland View has a combined Community Room and Computer Lab on site.
Highland View enjoys a longstanding working relationship with local officials such as local councilman, law enforcement, and mayor’s office as well as leaders of the Highland View Community.
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Residents In The Spotlight

One of our residents learned how to knit in our Arts & Craft Class. When presented with opportunity to use something she enjoys to be of service to other people, she jumped at the chance. Every year she knit hats, scarves, and gloves for the Knit for Kids Program. Knit for Kids is a national program that send knitted items to children in need around the world.

Our social services team

Meet our team of dedicated professionals who work within Highland View Apartments to develop and run our programs and assist our residents with their day to day needs. Click on their names and images to read more about their background and dedication.

Our Partners

We are grateful for our community partners. 

One of our partnerships that has been in place the longest is with Councilman Tillman’s Office.  Every year without fail, he brings the seniors of Highland View Christmas gifts.  When businesses, resources, or other agencies inquire of where they can be of help in the city of Jackson, Councilman Tillman often refers them to the residents of Highland View. He supports us by being attendance when we have different community function such as National Night Out and Annual Thanksgiving Dinner.   

One of our relatively new Partnership is with Talifero Farms Food Pantry.   They bring our seniors 65 and older fruit and vegetable (along with other items).  Each month they look for creative ways to present themselves to the resident  to keep them engaged and encouraged.  When we were under the Shelter in Place order, they did a “Drive by Parade” to let the residents know they missed them and praying for them.  They enlisted 10 to 12 members of their church to participate. They decorated their cars with balloons and banners as they drove through the complex.  The residents were impressed and appreciative. 

Join our partners in supporting us

Our team continuously strives to make Highland View Apartments an inclusive, supportive living space. We are continuously seeking to add more resources for our residents. Can you help us achieve this goal?

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