• Companionship Care
  • Personal care
  • Respite Care
  • Light housekeeping
  • Meal preparation and planning
  • Assistance with Training your Service Dog

Companionship Care

When people are disabled, they can lack the opportunities for social interactions, which continue to be a basic necessity of life. Being alone can greatly affect a person’s quality of life and mental health. Companionship care focuses on the need for social interactions. Some of the things included in this service are as follows:

  • Accompaniment on errands or to doctor appointments
  • Assistance with grocery shopping
  • Walking to get fresh air and exercise
  • Playing games
  • Correspondence, reading, and conversations

Respite Care

Respite care is meant to assist the family caregivers. Taking care of your loved ones can sometimes be both physically, mentally and emotionally exhausting. Respite care provides non-medical care during the absence of the family caregiver. It can enable you to leave your caregiver roll for an hour or two to go shopping, have lunch with a friend or go to church, among other things. With the assistance of our caregivers, you will get some much-needed free time to rest, relax, and refocus in order to enhance your quality of life.


Meal preparation and planning

Many things affect appetite and nutrition. Illness, cognitive impairment, or emotional states can affect whether a person is eating properly. Proper nutrition is important for physical and mental health.

Our caregivers can help with planning, shopping, preparing and cooking meals. Even just being there so a person isn’t eating alone, can be a critical element in a person’s life.


Personal care

Personal Care includes support with the daily activities of living. Personal care services are related to assistance with dressing, hygiene, incontinence, and transferring and mobility.


Assistance with Training your Service Dog

Service dogs have been proven to be valued assistants in the home, providing both physical and emotional support. At Credence Home Care a certified dog trainer will assess, evaluate, and create a plan to give guidance for the training of your service dog to meet your individual needs. Your dog will receive a positive, rewards-based plan to be able to work with you as a team in meeting the needs that service dogs can meet. The team created will have the goal of meeting emotional, mental and certain non-medical physical needs. Your dog can be trained to bring your keys to you, turn off lights, or open automatic touch doors and much more. Most often the process of giving a dog a job to do creates a happier, more obedient dog that is eager to please.

Contact Information

Credence Home Care
108 W. Main Street #201,
Manhattan Montana 59741, USA
Phone: 406 284-2018
After hours cell: 406 600-0182

Service Areas

Manhattan Montana and the Greater Gallatin Valley

Office Hours

Mon-Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM