A long-term care career offers mutual benefits.


“I feel good everyday about what I’m doing.”

“It’s hard but rewarding work.”

This is what we hear anytime we ask a caregiver why they chose this career. We are all well aware that it is not a high-paying career, and that the mainstream workforce may consider it “just a caregiver.” However, when we ask those who receive the care, the smiles, the compassion, and empathy, they know it’s far more than “just.” They depend on those hands to be there for them. We depend on those hands to take care of our loved ones and societies most vulnerable.


The population that needs and will need dedicated caring individuals is growing daily-10,000 baby boomers retire daily. Careers in the long-term-care industry are truly long term, with room for advancement yet without a possibility of outsourcing.

The Kenosha Long Term Care Workforce Alliance is here to help recruit, recognize, and retain that vital workforce.

Please use our website to learn more about what the Alliance does, how you can help, how you may benefit, and all the resources available. 

Feel free to call or email if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you, and working with you to help connect potential caregivers, employers, and the community.