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Licensee Offices

To find out how to bring the ComfortCare Homes concept to your area, visit our licensing information page.

Omaha, NE

ComfortCare Homes of Omaha
Erin Render and Jill McMahon
2315 S 168th Street
Omaha, NE 68130
Website: www.cchne.com
Phone: (402) 445-4474
Fax: (402) 932-0492

Baldwin City, KS

ComfortCare Homes of Baldwin City, LLC
Scott Schultz
813 Eighth Street
Baldwin City, KS 66006
Website: www.comfortcareks.com
Phone: (785) 594-2603

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Ottawa, KS

ComfortCare Homes of Ottawa
Phone: (785) 242-1809


Pittsburg, KS

ComfortCare Homes of Pittsburg, LLC
Chris and Alishia Windsor
803 Lakeview Drive
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Website: www.cchpittsburg.com
Phone: (620) 308-6520
Fax: (620) 308-5350

Newton, KS

ComfortCare Homes of Harvey County
Penny Baker: Operator
1504 Terrace Drive
Newton, KS 67114
Website: www.comfortcarehomesnewton.com
Phone: (316) 804-7220




We are extremely pleased with the care that my uncle has received at ComfortCare Homes. We feel that the small environment is easier for him to navigate, provides individualized care, and doesn’t have an “institutional” feel while providing all the services that the larger memory care facilities provide. During the past year, my uncle has had ups and downs. At one point he needed additional care and was moved to Founder’s Crest, but upon regaining his strength, was able to move back to his original ComfortCare Home. Everyone from the nursing staff, to the office staff, to the maintenance man was helpful during that time. I am so happy that we chose ComfortCare Homes!

- Marilyn Hugon



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