Home Care

Whether it is short or long-term assistance needed, our professional staff works together with the entire family on a variety of everyday needs. We offer Home Care for Medicaid or Private Pay individuals. We also offer Supported Community Living Services (HCBS and Habilitation).

We know caring for loved ones can be tiring. Caregivers who are burnt out, exhausted, or overwhelmed put their own health at risk and also are unable to provide care they feel their loved one needs. We are happy to provide respite care to allow the caregiver time to rejuvenate.

Our services are available for all ages, ethnicity, and cultural backgrounds.

Home Care


We offer two types of Home Care to help those individuals who wish to live independently but who still may need assistance:

Consumer Directed Attendant Care (CDAC) services are service activities performed by a staff person to help an individual with self-care tasks that the individual would typically do independently if they were otherwise able. These are caretaking services provided to those eligible for Medicaid.

Private duty home care is provided to support people and their families in maintaining independence and quality of life in the comfort their own homes. These are private pay caretaking services.

Services include

  • assessments,
  • care plans,
  • medication set-up/monitoring,
  • personal cares,
  • companionship,
  • light housekeeping,
  • advocacy for client and family needs,
  • errand services,
  • respite care,
  • holiday care, and
  • urgent/immediate care.

Supported Community Living Services (HCBS and Habilitation)


Supported community living services are services provided to individuals with a mental illness, intellectual disability, or developmental disability to enable them to develop supports and learn skills that will allow them to live, learn, work and socialize in the community. Services are individualized, needs- and abilities-focused, and organized according to the following components:

  • outreach to appropriate support or treatment services,
  • assistance and referral in meeting basic human needs,
  • assistance in housing and living arrangements,
  • crisis intervention and assistance,
  • social and vocational assistance,
  • the provision of or arrangement for personal, environmental, family, and community supports,
  • facilitation of the individual’s identification and development of natural support systems,
  • support, assistance, and education to the individual’s family and to the community,
  • protection and advocacy, and
  • service coordination.