Over the past 19 years, Home Helpers’ double-digit revenue growth has been unparalleled.
If you are interested in building a business with tremendous revenue potential, why not choose the franchise Entrepreneur.com rated the “Top Senior Care Franchise” for five consecutive years?
Home Helpers’ proven business model has four distinct profit centers, providing you with the most comprehensive business offering for your clients and prospects. This gives you a comprehensive business model that can help clients as their care needs escalate. Profit centers include:
Our most successful owners have leveraged the totality of these profit centers for individual care and care provided through hospice, long-term care centers and more. Home Helpers’ strategic partnerships will help you generate leads, not just for in-home senior care but also including in- home care for:
Home Helpers is a business built to help you prosper while you give back in your community by providing exceptional care to clients. Home Helpers’ proven business model is designed to keep costs low as you start your business, maximizing your profits early, all while encouraging growth and expansion.
Start your business from home and with business growth, expand to a community presence to carry on your business’ goals.
With almost 20 years of supporting owners, we know the needs for training change over your tenure with Home Helpers. To help our owners through all stages of ownership, we’ve created a comprehensive training program that supports your first year as diligently as 10 years from now.
Today you have the opportunity to build a business, be your own boss, and earn an income that provides the lifestyle you want. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by! Get more information by completing the information request form.
Home Helpers is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Wyoming, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Washington, Vermont, Virginia, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Dakota, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Ohio, New York, Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nebraska, North Dakota, Montana, Mississippi, Missouri, Minnesota, Michigan, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Kentucky, Kansas, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, Iowa, Hawaii, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Colorado, California, Arizona, Arkansas, Alabama, Alaska.
Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.