find a council member providing Nonmedical Home Care Services


Northern New Mexico: Shiprock, Farmington, Bloomfield, Gallup, Grants, Las Lunas, Albuquerque, Los Alamos, Espanola, Santa Fe, and surrounding areas.

Southern New Mexico: Silver City, Deming, Socorro, Las Cruces, Alamogordo, Ruidoso, Roswell, Artesia, Carlsband, Lovington, and surrounding areas.

Council Members serve many areas in New Mexico. Click on the area links above, the map to the left, or scroll down to find help in your area.

Nonmedical Home Care Services about Nonmedical Home Care
Northern New Mexico:  

Mountain Home Health Care, Inc - Laurie Cochrane RN, MSN

Mountain Home Health Care, Inc. is committed to providing quality home health care through nursing, physical therapy, medical social services, home health aide services, and personal care attendant services to those living in the Taos area, regardless of their ethnicity, gender, or age. This provision of care depends upon the needs of the client, whether involving a short evaluation period of supportive and instructive care, an indefinite period for chronic maintenance care, or terminal care to those wishing to die at home.

You can reach us at (575) 758-4786

About Mountain Home Health Care, Inc | Contact Laurie Cochrane for Help and Information

Mountain Home Health Care, Inc

A Place At Home - Albuquerque - Rachel Wommack, RN/Owner

Our in-home senior care option allows seniors to live safe and independent lives in the comfort of their own homes. Depending on the senior's specific needs, we provide a wide range of custom fit in-home senior care services. All care plans are created by a qualified professional and delivered by a compassionate team of caregivers. You can reach us at (505) 316-5440

About A Place At Home - Albuquerque | Contact Rachel Wommack for Help and Information

A Place At Home - Albuquerque
Southern New Mexico:  

We can provide you contact with various elder care services in Southern New Mexico. Although this area is temporarily without a member to assist you we can still help you solve any concerns or problems you may have. Please contact the New Mexico Care Planning Council by clicking on the link below.

Click here to Request Assistance from the New Mexico Care Planning Council