Services We Provide

Private In-Home Care

Our well trained staff can eliminate many of the daily chores of any household. Whatever your needs - you can depend on us. Our services can be tailored to suit your needs, including: daily baths or "tuck-in" service, grogery shopping, light housekeeping, as well as other personal services. Non-medical services include:

•Meal Preparation


•Payment Budget,Bills

•Personal Hygiene Assistance

•Escorts to Doctor's Appointments

•Companion Services

•Assistance with Medication

SOURCE Program

Service Options Resources in a Community Environment (SOURCE) is a State Plan enhanced primary care case management program that serves frail elderly and disables beneficiaries to improve the health outcomes of persons with chronic helath conditions, by linking primary medical care with home and commuity-based services.

If you or your loved one needs help with daily meal preparation, medication, bathing, household chores, or simply help getting out of bed in the morning, Healthstaff Services offers the following levels of care:

•Personal Support Services

•Extended Personal Support Services

•Skilled Services & Medication Managemnt

Call us today to find out if you qualify.

CCSP Program

Community Care Service Program (CCSP)provides services to frail, elderly individuals so that they can remain in their own home or community as an alternative to nursing facility placement. Although it is a Medicaid waiver program, CCSP is not a type of Medicaid. In order to receive the Medicaid benefit under CCSP, the client must also receive one or more services under CCSP. If services are terminatd, the client also loses the Medicaid benefit. Clients may incur a cost share (co-pay) for CCSP services. Services provided by CCSP are:

•Adult Day Health

•Care Management

•Alternative Living Services

•Personal Support Services

•Extended Personal Support Services

•Emergency Response System

Call us today to find out if you qualify.

Veterans Administration

What is Home Health Care?

Home Health Care is skilled home care provided by VA and contract agencies to veterans who are homebound with chronic diseases and includes nursing, physical/occupational therapy and social services. There are several types of home health care offered to eligible veterans by VA. Examples include:

• Homemakers for shopping, cleaning or meal preparation

• Home Health Aides for help with bathing and dressing

• Nursing assistants for bathing

• Nurses to help you with your medications and dressing changes

• Physical therapists to help you with strength and mobility exercises

• Occupational therapists to help you re-learn activities like eating, dressing, etc.

• Speech therapists to help you with re-learning to speak following surgery or a stroke.

If you and your VA provider agree that you are in need of these services, depending on your eligibility, VA may pay for the care. To find out what may be available, talk with your VA primary care provider or your VA social worker. Once your receive approval, contact Healthstaff Services so that we can provide your homecare services.