The acquisition expands the company’s existing Georgia presence into the Atlanta area

CHICAGO, Illinois—Help at Home, a provider of innovative, high-quality, relationship-based in-home personal care services, announced the acquisition of Prosper Home Care headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Help at Home said the acquisition expands the company’s existing Georgia presence into the Atlanta area and demonstrates its ongoing focus on the state and its growth strategy to add scale and depth in core markets. 

“Adding Prosper Home Care to the Help at Home family allows us to bring like-minded organizations together to address the growing need from seniors and must-serve populations to age-in-place as safely and as independently as possible in their homes,” said Hermina Yarde Help at Home’s state leader in Georgia. “Like Help at Home, Prosper Home Care has a culture of caring that’s deeply rooted in its community. We’re excited to bring our added experience and expertise in home care, along with other innovative care programs, to the Atlanta area to continue to improve the client and caregiver experience while working closely with community partners.” 

Prosper Home Care said its leadership team will continue its commitment to serving Metro Atlanta, including multicultural populations in the Korean, Nepalese and Bhutanese communities.  

“We are excited to join Help at Home, a company that brings national expertise to support high-quality, in-home care services at the local level,” said Community Liaison Leader Marian Kim. “I’m excited to continue our commitment to clients in our community and look forward to the opportunity to provide compassionate care for more clients and families within the Help at Home family.”  

Help at Home provides in-home personal care services across 10 locations in Georgia and acquired Prosper Home Care’s Augusta location in August 2022. Founded nearly 20 years ago, Prosper Home Care serves clients eligible for services within the Elderly and Disabled Waiver Program, such as the CCSP and SOURCE programs.