Senior Care, Elderly Care, Personal Care, In Home Care Services, Home Health Care in Roseville, CA California.
Sacramento Life Force Home Health Care is a family owned and locally operated Non-medical Home Health Care Service Agency, we are committed to our clients and their needs. Our goal is to give dedicated assistance and support with all the needs of daily life – to our clients and to their families. We can provide services to anyone at least 18 years of age and up.
We are able to customize a comprehensive plan of service that addresses your individual needs. We are here to provide whatever it takes to make the difference – from 4 hours, three days a week; to 24-7 hour care; we provide the best service possible. We are here for you – with competitive rates, and free in-home consultations.
We are not a home health care franchise company, we are not a large home health care corporation. Many of these corporate companies look at you and your love ones simply as “market share”. That is not the way it is with Sacramento Life Force, we look at the fullness of the individual human side of each person we serve. That is why we always plan out an individual client service plan at the start of services. Our Client Service Plan is an ever changing document, to make sure the care given by Sacramento Life Force Home Health Care will always be the best in the City of Roseville / Metro Sacramento, CA Region – our home and our community.
We hire experienced Personal Attendant Caregivers. We are not a referral agency. All of our Personal Attendant care staff are trained, supervised and under our direct control at all times. We are always in full compliance with all employment laws and requirements.
Remember when you deal with Sacramento Life Force Home Health Care, the level of our home care that our agency provides to you, is totally the same home care that we would want to be provided to our own family members. That is “The Sacramento Life Force Difference” and that is our commitment to you!
Roseville, CA History
In 1906, feeling the need to expand, the Southern Pacific Railroad moved its facilities to Roseville, CA where it remains (and is still the largest rail yard on the west coast). The city incorporated April 15, 1909. They new town built sewer lines and organized its fire department. During the three year period between 1911 and 1914, the citizens of Roseville erected more than 100 structures including the Carnegie Library which now houses the museum.
While The City of Roseville is no longer completely dependent on the railroad, its roots as a “Junction” are as evident today as they were in the last two centuries. The electronics industry is becoming major employers with both Hewlet Packard and NEC among the major employers of Roseville and South Placer County.