Specializing in "In-Home Care" :: Our Specialty Is You
19E. Washington Street, Suite 1
New Castle, PA 16101


Office Staffed Mon-Fri 9A-3P
Phones answer 24 hrs/day 7 days/week



About Us

CCHHI is a family-owned business.  CCHHI was founded in the mid-2000’s by Rosalie Ciletti and her two daughters.  They were in business until April 1, 2014 when Richard L. DeBlasio and Debra A. DeBlasio took over the business.  Mr. DeBlasio has approximately 30 years in long term care experience, most recently as nursing home administrator of an Alzheimer’s facility.  Mrs. DeBlasio is currently Assistant Superintendent of the New Castle Area School District and has been in education for 32 years.

Debbie and Rick have dedicated their lives to serving the community no matter what the age.

The family of Compassionate Care Home Helpers, Inc. is dedicated to their mission of assisting all people and their families in maintaining the highest quality of life possible, no matter if it is at home, in a Long Term Care Facility, or in an Assisted Living Facility, and will support the family even if the client is a patient in a hospital.

The Direct Care Workers of CCHHI are dedicated, caring, and compassionate.  Our goal is to assist the family member and also the client to feel at ease and to relieve stress for the client and family.

familyRick and Debbie DeBlasio are the proud parents of Ricky (28) and Mary Rose (23).  The DeBlasio Family believes in the Principles of Faith, Family, Neighbors, and Friends.  Rick and Debbie have dedicated their lives to serving the community.  The staff of CCHHI is dedicated to the Client and Caregivers, to assist them in meeting all their needs.

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19E. Washington Street, Suite 1
New Castle, PA 16101


You Should Know

The educational level of the older population is increasing. Between 1970 and 2015, the percentage of older persons who had completed High School rose from 28% to 84%. About 27% in 2015 had a Bachelor's Degree or higher. In 2015, 8.8 million (18.9%) Americans age 65 and over were in the labor force (working or actively seeking work).