A Change Has Come

We are excited to announce we have expanded to become Catholic Community Health. This name change isn’t cosmetic, it reflects the holistic nature of our mission. We want to engage people where they are and focus on their needs. Several ministries will now be able to function seamlessly as we serve in a comprehensive way.


Our hospice services will continue to lead the industry in compassionate service, but now will be joined by Home Care and Palliative Care. Together we will be able to provide for our patients in a way few others are able. It is this level of care that makes CCH truly unique in the field.


Home Care (commonly known as Private Duty) allows seniors to grow older with dignity, in the place they feel most comfortable, their home. Our team can help with a wide range of services and assistance with the essential activities of daily living.  Services provided by Catholic Community Health include:

  • Personal Care Aides – Hands-on care for people who need physical assistance with daily tasks (bathing, grooming, mobility, transfers, preparing meals, and help with feeding, medication reminders, etc.).
  • Companion Care – Support for basic caregiving needs and to help prevent social isolation (Friendly conversation and listening, games, reading, accompany the client to appointments, errands, and activities, assist with telephone calls and letter writing etc.)
  • Homemaker Services – Help managing basic household duties (Cooking meals, light housekeeping, laundry, grocery shopping, reminders to complete tasks, etc.).
  • Caregiver Respite – Support for family caregivers so they can attend to other responsibilities.
  • 24-Hour Care – Around-the-clock awake care, seven days a week.
  • Live-In Care & Overnight Assistance – Full-time, live-in caregivers as well as overnight awake options.


Hospice and palliative care address many of the same issues, but can look very different on a case-by-case basis. Hospice is intended for individuals with a life expectancy of fewer than six months, where palliative care isn’t limited to this timeframe. End-of-life goals and symptom management are crucial, and now we will be able to offer the right service in both scenarios.


We look forward to the opportunities this expansion brings. If you have questions about how Catholic Community Health can help you, reach out to talk to one of our representatives today.