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Whether you are looking for permanent or temporary respite care, personal care services, a little extra help after a surgery, or with an aging adult, or need medical staffing for your facility, Cowboy Home Care and Staffing is here to help! We are proud to be a locally owned, non-franchised, women-owned agency with over 20 years of combined health care experience.
We connect our community members with like-minded folk to create the perfect balance with our elderly or special needs clients and with our dedicated team members. In order to protect our hard working care givers, we do not list their information publicly. But you’re welcome to view our owners.
We match all that we do with our mission and vision.
Improve the quality of life for those in our community we serve through the delivery of extraordinary service and compassionate care, while being recognized for building lasting client/caregiver relationships.
We strive to be one of the leading providers of a wide range of quality home care services; recognized for enduring dedication to provide innovative, professional and compassionate care to the communities we serve.
Michelle Baker had a vision in 2016. When a family member struggled with being at home alone and quickly passed after being admitted to a nursing home, Michelle wondered if his quality of life would have been better, or if he might have lived a little longer had he been able to stay in his home just a little bit longer. Now knowing that the options for home care were very limited in Wyoming, her vision blossomed and grew, finally taking shape in early 2018.
Cowboy Home Care began in Wheatland and then found clients in Torrington. Now, with an office in Cheyenne, Michelle is seeing her vision just as she had hoped. “I believe that there really is no place like home. So many of our older family members grew up in the homes they still live in. They don’t want to leave; they want to spend their last days in that same home – Cowboy Home Care can help with that.”
From a young age, Melissa knew that helping people was the career choice that fit her in every way. She became a medical assistant in 2005, working in various settings from private practice to specialty clinics. The last 4.5 years were spent at a federally qualified community health care clinic, where she was exposed to a different population of people needing care. It reinforced her belief that we’re all the same on the inside. “It doesn’t matter where you were born, what social class or status, what race you are, or your religion is. When it comes down to basic needs, we are human beings that deserve to get the care we need.” When she was offered the opportunity to work with Michelle and Cowboy Home Care, she jumped at the chance to be able to help in a different way. Many of Wyoming’s residents live in remote areas and don’t have access to the same options as those in urban areas.