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Home Health of Western Colorado

Home Health of Western Colorado

300 North Cascade, Suite T9
Montrose, CO 81401

Christine Merriman

(970) 240-0139


  • Home Health ServicesIf you need care due to a change in your health or require help living with a disability or chronic disease, a team of nurses & rehab therapists can deliver care in your residence.
  • Skilled Care CenterChoose one of our state-licensed skilled care centers when you require high levels of individualized health care and services.
  • Equal Housing Opportunity
  • Handicap accessible


Nurses, rehab therapists and home health aides from Volunteers of America Home Health of Western Colorado bring individualized health care, personal care and rehab therapy right to your door. Home Health of Western Colorado's friendly and compassionate staff are specially trained to care for your needs as an individual, to respect your privacy and to help clients maintain as much independence as possible.

Whether you need a higher level of care due to a change in your health, or short-term assistance while recovering from an illness or a hospital stay, Home Health of Western Colorado's Medicare/Medicaid-certified home health services can be a lower-cost alternative to inpatient care and can decrease the likelihood of a return to the hospital.

Your in-home care from Home Health of Western Colorado begins with an evaluation by a registered nurse. Your home health nurse develops your plan of care in collaboration with you and your physician.

Please call Jody Arnold at (940) 240-0139 to learn more about Home Health of Western Colorado, or to arrange a referral.

View a brochure featuring Home Health of Western Colorado's array of in-home health care and services here.

"Your advice and reassurance are comforting.
We know who to call if the need arises for Mom again." – Alicia H.

"If I have a client who needs home health, I refer exclusively to
Volunteers of America Home Health of Western Colorado."
– Social services professional, Western Slope of Colorado

Family CNA Services
When your child, grandchild, sibling or other Medicaid-qualified family member with special needs or chronic medical complications requires significant in-home assistance with activities of daily living like dressing, eating and using the bathroom, it's possible for you, a family member or even a close friend to be hired as a certified nursing assistant (CNA) to provide daily care. The caregiver must complete a CNA training course and certification to become eligible to apply for a position with Home Health of Western Colorado's Family CNA Services program.

If hired, caregivers receive pay for certified nursing assistance provided in the home. To learn how this program can help your family, please call (940) 240-0139.

Payment Options
Home Health of Western Colorado is Medicare and Medicaid certified. We are in-network with a variety of private insurances, offer private pay options and accept VA benefits. Please call our intake coordinator at (970) 240-0139 to learn more.

Home Health of Western Colorado Employees
We understand it is important for you and your family to trust the health care professionals you invite into your home. Employees of Home Health of Western Colorado are background checked and drug screened.


  • Diabetes management and education
  • Directed by your attending physician
  • Pain management, wound care and IV infusion therapy
  • Laboratory testing and finger stick INR
  • Licensed nurse on call 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapies
  • Disease and medication management
  • Pediatric care
  • Spanish-speaking staff available
  • Medical social worker
  • Home health aide assistance with daily activities such as dressing, grooming and bathing
  • Coordination of additional community services

Additional Information

We're hiring team members!
For employment opportunities with Home Health of Western Colorado, click here.

We're dedicated to earning your trust and confidence through adherence to exacting standards for care and ethics. View our Notice of Privacy Practices in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the United States' government-set standard regarding the protection or sharing of patients'sensitive personal and health care information.