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Whether you don’t know where to start, or are wondering if you can even afford to begin, we've got your back.

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Working At Integrity

One-on-one caregiving. A schedule that's on your schedule. No, it's not a dream.

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Care Navigation

There’s a better way to find and afford home care. Fortunately, you’re already here.

Unlike a lot of the people who need our services, we’ve been here before. Over the past couple decades, our team of Care Navigators, advocates and activists have learned the shortcuts and contacts that lead to solutions for all people, under any circumstances. At Integrity, we dedicate a point-person to match you with the services, support and resources to live life on your terms.

Virtual Advisor

Your Home Care experience is about you.

Use our Virtual Advisor to begin exploring your home care options.

Does your nurse go above & beyond for you?

Nominate your nurse for a DAISY Award to show your appreciation.

The DAISY Award

Understanding the Journey

No two Home Care journeys are alike.

See how our one-on-one home care approach has changed lives.

Meet our familes

Love Notes

Sometimes it's the little things that make a big difference, and sometimes it's the big things. Here are the things that have made a difference to our Integrity family.

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    I have THE BEST caregiving team! We have some caregivers that have been with us for 10-15 years and some of them with the same client for just as long! I strive every day to tell them how grateful I am for them, but really, there is no way to ever thank them enough for all they do.

    -Michelle McManis, In-Home Supervisor

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    I wish more CNAs knew about Home Care because it's more about relationships and they get to really focus on the client's well being one at a time, one on one.

    -Shakiya Timpe, Field Navigator

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    I lost a client about 7 mos ago, I was lucky to be in his life from day one and I was around him when he was passing. He kept calling my name. I was so sad for him, but at the same time I knew I had grown to become a part of his heart. So if you wonder if this (type of work) is worth the pain, I say YES, YES, YES it is! Because just knowing I made a positive difference in their life brings me peace.

    -Dianna Lafferty, Caregiver