I need prior health care or senior
experience in senior care is not
necessary. We will provide you
with a complete proprietary
system, training, and materials
that provides everything you need
to thrive as a Christian Companion
Senior Care owner. We look for
Christian candidates with strong
organizational or sales skills,
business experience, and a desire
to integrate their faith and
occupation to make a difference in
much investment is required for a
Christian Companion Senior Care
The estimated initial
investment required ranges from
$45,000 to $53,000 including a
franchise fee of $25,000. It is
important to have adequate funding
for further business working
capital as well as personal living
expenses in the first 12 months.
do not offer financing to franchisees.
much money can I make?
This depends on many
factors including your commitment to
develop the business according to our
guidelines and standards. The in-home,
non-medical senior care industry is very
large and growing rapidly. We will
prepare you with the training, tools and
operational support you need to expand
your business. We encourage you to
fill-out our online information request
as the first step to learning more about
Christian Companion Senior Care and the
opportunity it holds for you.
do I get started?
If you're interested
in joining the family of Christian
Companion Senior Care owners, contact us
at 866-935-2272 or by filling out a contact
This is not an offer to sell a franchise. A Christian Companion Senior Care franchise is offered only by our delivery of a Franchise Disclosure Document to you in compliance with FTC Rule 436 and various state franchise sales laws. Christian Companion Senior Care is currently not offering franchises to residents of the following states: California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington. This Web site information is not directed to any person in the states listed above by on or on behalf of the franchisor or anyone acting with the franchisor's knowledge. No franchises can be offered or sold in the states listed above until the franchise offering has been authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority, and the Franchise Disclosure Document has been delivered to you as required under applicable law.