For Immediate Release

Advanced Options, LLC., an organization dedicated to providing quality services to the individuals they serve, is pleased to announce that they have joined the Community Based Care (CBC) family of providers.

Tina Engleman, CBC Suncoast New Options Regional Vice President, stated, “We are very excited to add the Advanced Options team to the CBC Suncoast New Options family of providers. Advanced Options has cultivated a team of caring professionals that will complement Suncoast New Options mission to serve more people with individualized support needs to achieve their best health and fullest lives. We look forward to combining our unique strengths in order to increase our ability to provide more people with quality support services throughout Southwest Florida.”

Advanced Options owner, Travis Millican stated, “In 2016, Advanced Options set out to provide unmatched care and opportunities through a network of dedicated professionals. I feel that CBC/Suncoast New Options shares our same core values. They offer a personalized approach while keeping a clear vision of the future of our industry. This merger creates great opportunities that will exceed expectations for our providers, clients and associates for years to come. Advanced Options will be joining CBC/ Suncoast through a highly vetted process to ensure a seamless transition for everyone involved.”

About Community Based Care

The CBC family of providers exists to serve people with individualized support needs to achieve their best health and fullest lives. We match the right team of professionals to the people in their community who need support, with compassion and convenience. CBC serves over 3,000 clients in North Carolina, Florida and Virginia and employs over 3,500 talented and committed caregivers. CBC providers offer state-of-the-art training, benefits, 401k and electronic health records to best serve our employees and clients.

For more information on CBC and its family of providers, please visit www.cbcare.com. For more information on mergers & acquisitions please contact Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, at grodgers@cbcare.com.

Carolina’s Home Care, Inc., an organization dedicated to providing quality services to the individuals they
serve, is pleased to announce that they have joined Quality Home Staffing and the CBHomecare family of
providers.

Mike Kotzen, CBC President/CEO, said, “Carolina’s Home Care brings a reputation for providing
outstanding quality into the homes of the people they serve. These home care services will help
complement the services we presently provide across the CBC family in North Carolina, Florida and
Virginia. We are thrilled to welcome Carolina’s Home Care team into the CBHomecare family.”
Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, added, “getting to partner with owners, Karen Rowe and
Amy Bracy of CHC and the whole Carolina’s Home Care family, enables us to continue to focus on
community-based services for North Carolina’s vulnerable citizens”.

Carolina’s Home Care was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Ahoskie, North Carolina, with
additional locations in Plymouth and Bethel. To learn more about Carolina’s Home Care and the CBC
family of providers, please visit www.cbhomecare.com.

Personal Care, Inc., an organization dedicated to providing quality services to the individuals they serve,
is pleased to announce that they have joined the Community Based Care (CBC) family of providers.
Mike Kotzen, CBC President/CEO, said, “Personal Care, Inc. brings a reputation for providing outstanding
services throughout the Triad. A long-term and established quality provider is a perfect fit for our current
array of home care services in Greensboro and surrounding areas.

Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, added, “getting to partner with Wayne and the whole
Personal Care, Inc. family enables us to continue to focus on community-based services for North
Carolina’s citizens”. Personal Care, Inc is the latest member of our family and one that is enabling us to
be the home care choice provider across all of North Carolina.
Personal Care, Inc owner, Wayne Abraham stated, “Personal Care Inc. is pleased to join the CBC family
and become part of their North Carolina operations as Quality Home Staffing. We are working to make
the transition as smooth as possible for both our patients and our employees.”
Personal Care, Inc. was founded in 1998 by Wayne Abraham. They are headquartered in Greensboro,
North Carolina. To learn more about Personal Care, Inc., please visit https://personalcareinc.com/.

About Community Based Care

The CBC family of providers exists to serve people with individualized support needs to achieve their
best health and fullest lives. We match the right team of professionals to the people in their community
who need support, with compassion and convenience. CBC serves over 2,500 clients in North Carolina,
Florida and Virginia and employs over 3,000 talented and committed caregivers. CBC providers offer
access to services in every MCO and almost all NC counties, plus state-of-the-art training, benefits, 401k
and electronic health records to best serve our employees and clients.
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CBC Suncoast New Options is pleased to announce the addition of Salem Homes to the CBC family. Salem operates 14 ICF/DD homes across Florida, serving approximately 84 clients.

Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, added, “Salem Homes merging into CBC-Suncoast New Options, provides SunCoast New Options with a statewide presence and allows SunCoast New Options with the full array of services to support consumers along the service continuum. We are excited to continue to build out our Florida operations to be among the largest providers in the state.”

Tina Engleman, CBC Regional Vice President (Florida), stated “We are excited to expand our services in Florida by welcoming the Salem clients and employees to our family at CBC Suncoast New Options. Salem Homes has served Florida citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1992. CBC Suncoast New Options provides services to over 300 people across the state of Florida providing job opportunities to over 300 people annually.”

For Immediate Release

CBC Expanding into Virginia as They Announce Merger with F.A.C.E.S. Community Services

F.A.C.E.S. Community Services, LLC. is pleased to announce that they have joined the CBC family of providers.  F.A.C.E.S. was founded by Albert and Adrianne Sears in Chesapeake, Virginia, in 2009, with the goal of providing services that are designed to help each individual develop independent skills in a variety of home and community based settings. Albert Sears stated, “We are pleased to announce that we are joining the CBC family.  CBC is exactly what F.A.C.E.S. has been seeking to further the development of the individuals we serve.  Our values and goals are aligned perfectly.  We are not only pleased and excited to be joining CBC, we are extremely proud to be a part of their family!”

 

Mike Kotzen, CBC President/CEO, said, “We are thrilled to welcome F.A.C.E.S. to the CBC family of providers.  Albert and Adrianne have built an incredible legacy of service in the Chesapeake area and we look forward to building upon that foundation for the benefit of the individuals we serve, their families and our employees.”

 

Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, added, “As we have gotten to know the Sears family, we have been impressed by who they are as people and as the leaders of F.A.C.E.S. They were the perfect partners for the work we do serving individuals and their families, while also working to match them with the most talented, well-trained, compassionate caregivers anywhere. The Sears are and always will be a part of the CBC family.”

To learn more about F.A.C.E.S., please visit http://www.facescommunityservices.com/.

 

About Community Based Care

 

The CBC family of providers supports people with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities and Home Care/Companion Care needs, and their families, in order to achieve their fullest potential, by matching them with the most talented, well-trained, compassionate caregivers anywhere.  CBC serves over 2,500 clients in Florida, North Carolina and Virginia and employs over 3,500 talented and committed caregivers. CBC providers offer state of the art training, benefits, 401k and electronic health records to best serve our employees and clients.

 

For more information on CBC and its family of providers, please visit www.cbcare.com.  For more information on mergers & acquisitions please contact Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, at grodgers@cbcare.com.

For Immediate Release

Stay at Home Senior Care Merges with Quality Home

Staffing and the Community Based Care Family of Providers

 

Stay at Home Senior Care (SAH), an organization dedicated to providing quality services to the

individuals they serve, is pleased to announce that they have joined the CBC family of providers and

Quality Home Staffing. SAH Owner, Deborah Bordeaux said, “SAH has had the privilege of caring for

the ‘senior royalty’ of Wake Forest for 18 years, enlisting compassionate aides who honor God everyday

through their important work. It was essential to find a company that shares our love for the elderly and

the people that care for them. Joining the CBC family will allow this meaningful and essential work to

continue in the community. Our team is excited to join one of the largest providers in North Carolina and

looks forward to the future”.

Mike Kotzen, CBC President/CEO, said, “SAH brings a reputation for providing outstanding quality to the

homes of vulnerable individuals. These home care services will help complement the services we

presently provide across the CBC family in North Carolina and Florida. We are proud to work with the

entire SAH team to enhance our service to the community and we are thrilled to welcome the SAH team

into the CBC family.”

Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, added, “getting to continue the long history of Stay At

Home Senior Care allows us to continue to focus on home and community based services for North

Carolina’s citizens. Deborah and her team have, for a very long time, been the leading home cafe and

private pay private agency in Wake Forest, Raleigh & Northern Wake County. SAH will continue private

pay services and Quality Home Staffing (QHS) will provide all other services in those regions.”

SAH was founded in 2003 by Deborah Bordeaux and is headquartered in Wake Forest, N.C. To learn

more about our home care services, please visit https://www.qualityhomestaffing.com/.

 

About Community Based Care

The CBC family of providers supports people with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities and

Home Care/Companion Care needs, and their families, in order to achieve their fullest potential, by

matching them with the most talented, well-trained, compassionate caregivers anywhere. CBC serves

over 2,500 clients in North Carolina and Florida and employs over 3,000 talented and committed

caregivers. CBC providers offer access to services in every MCO and almost all NC counties, plus state

of the art training, benefits, 401k and electronic health records to best serve our employees and clients.

For more information on CBC and its family of providers, please visit www.cbcare.com. For more

information on mergers & acquisitions please contact Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, at

grodgers@cbcare.com.

 

For Immediate Release
Quality Home Staffing, Inc. Merges with
the Community Based Care Family of Providers
Quality Home Staffing, Inc. (QHS), an organization dedicated to providing quality services to the individuals they serve, is pleased to announce that they have joined the Community Based Care (CBC) family of providers. QHS’s mission has always been to provide “Quality Care” for all individuals served. Owner Beverly Mineo said, “having QHS continue under the CBC family of providers helps protect what we have built and enables the clients, families and employees to continue in their same capacity. Our team at Quality Home Staffing is excited to join up with one of the largest community based I/DD providers and now one of the largest home care providers in North Carolina, as well as being a part of Community Based Care”.
Mike Kotzen, CBC President/CEO, said, “QHS brings a reputation for providing outstanding quality to the homes of vulnerable individuals. These home care services will help compliment the services we presently provide across the CBC family in North Carolina and Florida. We are proud to work with the Mineos to enhance our service to the community. At CBC, we are thrilled to welcome the QHS team into the CBC family.”
Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, added, “getting to partner with Beverly & Franco Mineo and the whole QHS family enables us to continue to focus on community based services for North Carolina’s vulnerable citizens”. As we got to know Beverly and her team over the past few months, we have been able to create a strong relationship. We knew they would be a wonderful fit for our family of providers and continue the decades of care they have provided at QHS.”
QHS was founded in 1997 by Franco and Beverly Mineo. They are headquartered in Windsor, North Carolina with offices in Ahoskie, Greenville, Elizabeth City, Washington, Jacksonville, Williamston, Rocky Mount and Windsor. To learn more about QHS, please visit https://www.qualityhomestaffing.com/.
About Community Based Care
The CBC family of providers supports people with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities, and their families, in order to achieve their fullest potential, by matching them with the most talented, well-trained, compassionate caregivers anywhere. CBC serves over 2,500 clients in North Carolina and Florida and employs nearly 3,000 talented and committed caregivers. CBC providers offer access to services in every MCO and almost all NC counties, plus state of the art training, benefits, 401k and electronic health records to best serve our employees and clients.
For more information on CBC and its family of providers, please visit www.cbcare.com. For more information on mergers & acquisitions please contact Gene Rodgers, CBC Executive Vice President, at grodgers@cbcare.com.
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