Santa Barbara County 805.962.4646  |  Ventura County 805.654.6990
Santa Barbara County 805.962.4646
Ventura County 805.654.6990

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Our Family Caring For Yours Since 1975

Compassionate Care for your Peace of Mind

Help Unlimited as founded in 1975 by Gayle and Jack Bertsch, and remains a family-owned and operated business. We have grown over the years to meet your needs while maintaining our mission and commitment to personalized, affordable and consistent care.

What We Do For Your Loved Ones

Our expert, carefully-screened, compassionate caregivers will help with a wide-array of tasks – like these:

Hygiene & Personal Care

Grooming, bathing, dressing, toileting / peri care, medication reminders, ambulation / transfer assistance, physical therapy reminders, etc.

Mobility & Exercise

Whether simply maintaining a healthy lifestyle, or recovering from a procedure, we can assist your loved one with their daily exercise needs.

Light Housekeeping & Meal Prep

Tidying up, laundry, washing dishes, grocery shopping, meal preparation / cooking assistance, feeding assistance, etc.

Medication Reminders

Our caregivers can provide reminders to ensure that medications are taken as prescribed.

Activities & Companionship

Socialization is a vital component of aging happily. Our Care Pros provide companionship, and are happy to help your loved one stay engaged with their friends and family.

Outings, Errands, Appointments

Doctors appointments, errands, hairdresser appointments, social engagements, etc.

Pet Care

Care of your pets, including feeding, walking and watering, can be part of your loved one’s comprehensive care plan.

Care Management

As a value add, we offer quality complimentary care management to all Help Unlimited clients.

Memory Care

Many of our Care Pros have specialized memory care training and hospice experience… enabling your loved one to age in the setting of their choice. 

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Two Locations nestled perfectly to cover all of Santa Barbara & Ventura County.

Care in Santa Barbara County

319 E. Carrillo Street, Suite 102 Santa Barbara, CA 93101

License # 424700003

Care in Ventura County

1765 Goodyear Avenue, Suite 203 Ventura, CA 93003


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