Helping Families and Friends Honor Their Loved One
The staff members of Bryan Braker Funeral Home will guide your family in creating a meaningful ceremony to honor the life and memory of a loved one. A ceremony can be anything you wish it to be: simple or elaborate, traditional or unique. No matter how it’s tailored, such a ceremony is an important step in recovering from loss.
House of Plenty Homecare provides a unique community-based service that assists our clients and allows them to remain safe and independent in their own homes or apartments. We are committed to providing quality, ethical and professional services. Our employees are carefully screened, trained, bonded, insured, and supervised. They are caring, cautious in nature, committed to care, and eager to help.
“We are “natural born” caregivers and carrying a legacy of caring for our own elders runs in our genes and it is our calling”.
Our company is family owned and faith-based. We have been in business since 2004 and knows exactly every aspects of elderly care needs, as we are caregivers ourselves. Our company is based on the belief that our customers’ needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry. Our rates are economical and affordable and we beat standard industry pricing. Get the best care you deserve at a price within your budget.
How We Can Support
With a combined experience of more than forty years of caring for the elderly, our family’s background of caring for our own elderly family members, we have the skills and the knowledge to provide you with the senior care services you need. Whatever your service needs are, we have a team of well trained caregivers who are always ready and available whenever any needs arises from our clients.
160 N. First St, Suite # 1
Dixon, CA 95620
Mon – Thurs: 9AM – 5PM.
Fri: 9AM – 4PM
We are always available 24/7 even after office hours
At McCune Garden Chapel & Milton Carpenter Funeral Home we believe every funeral is a celebration of a life. It is a chance to remember the person who died, and share those memories with family and friends.
Losing a loved one can be a difficult time for family and friends. Our professional and caring staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to provide care and support to those bereaved. We provide the appropriate services to ease the difficulty of a loss and to help celebrate a life. Our staff is always available to discuss and arrange personalized funerals, burials, cremations, pre-need planning, and shipping services. Our funeral home is committed to quality service at affordable prices
Dedicated to providing help, dignity, understanding &
support in a family’s time of need
Your Residential Care Facility for the Elderly; serving Solano County California for thirty years. We are a state licensed ranch style home facility, providing assisted living service for the care of the elderly, located west of Sacramento off highway 80 in Dixon California. We offer a continuum of care for our senior residents, managing care across all stages of need. Throughout those stages we strive to enhance residents’ lives with activities, companionship, safety and comfort in a communal living environment, and we do so in a manner that makes community living affordably beneficial to our residents and their families. We have one shared room rate for all residents, a fixed cost of $2,950 per month, all included. Our flat rate is unique in the care home community, as our residents enjoy no added fees; no levels of care charges, no service fees or menu pricing, and our residents pay this fixed rate for as long as they choose to call Solano Life House home. We also work with military veterans to accept immediate occupancy in advance of their federal benefits. See all pricing details on our Services page. Please come tour our home and meet our care givers and management staff by clicking on the START button below, to schedule a visit to the Solano Life House.
In 1979, Yolo Hospice was founded by local volunteers who wanted to provide our community with needed hospice services. Jack Berger, M.D., Lefty Schultz, minister, Nancy Dubois, psychologist, and Lois Jacob, R.N. established Yolo Hospice based on the principle of caring for the mind, body and spirit of each person facing a life-limiting illness.Yolo Hospice has expanded to meet the diversifying needs of our growing community. As a not-for-profit organization, Yolo Hospice remains devoted to our mission, core values, volunteer roots and community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our Team Approach
The key to Yolo Hospice is our well-rounded team approach that addresses the needs of patients and loved ones. Our interdisciplinary team develops a care plan that focuses on each patient’s individual physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Physicians, nurses, hospice aides, spiritual care counselors, bereavement specialists and social workers are all part of the team. Trained volunteers also offer companionship and other services based on patients’ needs.
Yolo Hospice cares for all individuals in our service areas who qualify for hospice care regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or gender. Yolo Hospice also serves those without insurance or the ability to pay.
“Yolo Hospice is committed to serving all patients in need and has never denied a patient in need of our care, including those without coverage.”