Home Health Care News July 22, 2021
Andrew Donlan

Help at Home — a private equity-backed provider of home- and community-based care — has acquired Community Care Systems (CCS). Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Founded in the 1908s, the Illinois-based CCS will become part of the Help at Home network, adding 13 additional locations and nearly 6,000 new clients.

With nearly 170 locations in 13 different states, Chicago-based Help at Home is already a significant player in the home care industry. And its growth strategy will continue to be aggressive in the near term, President Tim O’Rourke told Home Health Care News.

“Right now, we don’t see barriers to growth. We only kind of see those opportunities,” O’Rourke said. “We’re just incredibly excited about the future...

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