Mark your calendar for Thursday October 10, 2024! Coming Home will be celebrating the caregivers who make a daily difference in the lives of over 100 Santa Feans every year.

Ghosts, ghouls and Halloween

With the rain and cooler weather we know that fall has officially arrived!  That means Halloween and our annual Day of the Dead celebration is right around the corner.  Please watch for a newsletter update on this event and a postcard in the mail.  Once again, it is a Facebook live event, hosted virtually as […]

Get ready for summer fun!

Hard to believe that we are headed into summer in just a few weeks.  We’ve been busy at Coming Home Connection. Our equipment loan program is going strong and it seems we are always experiencing a constant flow of things coming in and things going out.   With the addition of Patti McLaughlin, our new […]

Wishing you safe and happy holidays

The Holidays are fast approaching and with it, the end of 2020.   Here at Coming Home Connection we have a lot to be grateful for.  We have accomplished a lot, in spite of CoVid keeping us locked down!  Coming Home has continued to provide in home care for more than 40 clients through out the […]

CHC Featured on Richard Eeds SHOW

Celia Owens of the Coming Home Connection discussing Isolation and The Need to Talk. They offer help and an Ear. Plus they need Volunteers.

Organizations adapt programs, take extra caution to serve homebound

Please check out this article from the Santa Fe New Mexican, which talks about Coming Home Connection’s involvement in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dia de los Muertos 2019

Coming Home Connection holds an annual friendraiser/fundraiser on Dia de los Muertos, on or about November 1st.  The Dia de los Muertos Community Festival celebrates the kindness of our caregivers, and gives everyone in our extended community an opportunity to memorialize those who have passed.  Central to the celebration is the creation of cheerfully decorated […]

Nonprofit Launches Casa Cielo, Which Gives Space to Aid People With Dying

All too often, say founders of Casa Cielo, the final days of life for an elderly person or patient succumbing to a terminal illness can be far more unpleasant than they could be. Some people “get traumatized right at the end … and then that’s the memory of the death,” said Frances Salles, executive director […]