Our purpose is simple – to be there for you and your family to make life easier, happier, healthier and more enjoyable – each and every day!
We are the Antelope Valley’s most trusted and respected provider of in-home care and support for people in their homes, retirement communities, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities – wherever you call home.
You need to be able to count on the people you’re trusting with your family member’s care. Our certified nursing assistants (CNAs), home care aides, and other trained and qualified caregiving staff provide dependable, compassionate care. Many of the in-home caregivers on staff are specialists, such as certified Alzheimer’s care specialists, which helps to ensure the best possible in-home care for your loved ones.
All employees must pass a 7-year national and state background check and a drug test, and they must also hold a valid Illinois driver’s license. Home Helpers is bonded and insured.
We strive to be the extended family when the family can’t be there. Our goal is to make life easier by delivering the same exceptional care we would expect for ourselves and our families. We will provide services to support any individual wherever they call home.
At Home Helpers, we help your family make the best care decisions. As one of the nation’s leading home care providers, Home Helpers can be trusted to provide the best comprehensive senior care services. We have the benefit of national resources, with local ownership and management.
Our Senior In Home Care Services are available in the Antelope Valley communities of Palmdale, Lancaster, Lake Los Angeles, Rosamond, Mojave,Tehachapi, California City, Boron, and Ridgecrest. Call us if you need care in other cities, and we’ll gladly help you.
As a girl, Jessica De Mumbrum, owner of Home Helpers of Antelope Valley, would go and pick vegetables from the garden, and peaches from the tree, for the elderly couple next door. While serving in the military as a U.S. Marine, she would go to the local churches and seek out people who could use assistance in their daily lives. She began her military career and an 1141, Basic Electrician. She ended her career as a 0231, Intelligence, in which she maintained a Top Secret clearance.
She served three tours during OIF/OEF. For five years she volunteered with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, fulfilling the role as: Drill Instructor for a para-military program, VIDA, targeting at-risk youth. As a Drill Instructor she taught the youth: close order drill, physical training, personal/mental strength and discipline.
Once again, her interest turned back toward the injured and elderly. She’s been with Home Helpers for nearly five years and still values the importance of treating people with dignity and respect.