Home-Based care firm changes name and launches recruiting effort

Kara Craig

A home-based personal care services provider has a new name and launched an effort to increase the caregiver network at its Grand Junction office by 20 percent.

Agape Care has changed its name to Klarus Personal Care. Jet Health, which owns and operates Klarus Personal Care, acquired Agape Care. Based in Fort Worth, Jet Health provides a range of medical and personal care services from locations in Colorado as well as Idaho, New Mexico and Texas. 

Klarus Personal Care operates a total of seven locations in Colorado, New Mexico and Texas, offering services related to case management, companionship, home maintenance and respite care.

“Over the years, Klarus Personal Care-Grand Junction established a highly regarded care agency and sustained a solid reputation in the Grand Junction area, and we intend to maintain that standing,” said Kara Craig, vice president of personal care at Jet Health. “We are seeking to add personnel to continue to deliver on our proven quality care legacy.”

Craig said Klarus Personal Care offers an incentive package for new employees as well as referral bonuses to current staff. The company also offers flexible scheduling.

“We are hoping people in Grand Junction look at this as a chance to help make a difference in someone’s life,” she said. “Helping care for those in need of support to remain in their home environment can present an extremely rewarding opportunity. This is a great opportunity to do that.”

For more information, visit https://klarushomecare.com.