HomeCare Matters Home Health & Hospice


HomeCare Matters was formed by the merger of two highly respected organizations: Tri Hospital Home Health Care, serving the area since 1985, and Crawford County Hospice, serving patients since 1990.

Service Area

HomeCare Matters proudly serves all of Crawford, Morrow and Richland counties as well as parts of Huron, Marion, Knox, Seneca and Wyandot counties. For a look at our service area map, please click here.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be a recognized, accessible, and preferred community provider delivering innovative, quality, compassionate, and personalized care.

Core Values

HomeCare Matters will demonstrate compassion, maintain the dignity of others, foster a holistic approach to health, demonstrate teamwork, demonstrate innovation, develop leadership, and foster an atmosphere of trust.





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Our Team

Executive Team

Executive Director

Misty Taylor, MSN-RN

Financial Director

Dagmar Hancock

Administrative Director

Patty Robinette, RN

Home Health Clinical Director

Cathy Sapp, BSN-RN

Hospice Clinical Director

Kevin Bryden, BSN-RN

Clinical Reimbursement Director

Nicole Blaser, RN

Leadership Team

Clinical Community Manager

Brenda Cutlip, RRT, RCP

Human Resources Manager

Angela Williams

Funnel Cake Stand Manager

Loretta Artrip

Volunteer Coordinator

Mary Burkhart

Pastoral and Bereavement Counselor

Rick Utt, Jr.



Social Services Team

Our social workers offer an assessment of social and emotional needs, referral to community resources, financial resource information, crisis intervention, teaching of self-management skills, as well as counseling for long-range planning and decision making. Our Chaplains will provide prayer and friendly conversation. They can also provide brief guidance and pastoral assistance in understanding, coping, and recovering from grief. The Chaplains are also available to conduct funeral services if requested for families served by HomeCare Matters. Our Family Support Coordinator is committed to assisting individuals and families through the healing process after the death of a loved one, helping them find hope after grief.

  • Jennie Wilson LSW, BSW