Why a Just Like Family franchise?

  • We offer territories within high aging demographics
  • Each territory is protected
  • Multiple territories can be awarded to top performers
  • We have territories available starting in all of British Columbia and all major cities.
  • We have great training and on-going support.
  • Excellent branding and business planning.
  • You work with experts in the senior home care field and professional service protocols.
  • Excellent on-boarding procedures to ensure the best staff and support networks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why buy a franchise?

We have been working in the home care marketplace for over a decade and we offer our Franchisees a wealth of knowledge. Entrepreneurship is a rewarding endeavor and it is better in a network. With us, you are in the business for yourself, but not by yourself!

What kind of support can I expect?

We offer our Franchisees thorough training and operations manual, help with set-up, health compliance, municipal and federal compliance guidelines, on-going health related reports, sales and marketing advice, forms, paperwork and much more.

What kind of networking is involved?

We have special events and marketing strategies to reach the clients that will be glad to hire you.

Do I have to be an owner/operator?

Absolutely, our name says it all! We want franchise members that make their territory their own! This is a hands-on type of business and we want to ensure our clientele are more than ecstatic with their experience at Just Like Family.

How many hours does an owner/operator typically work in a week?

We work more than what is required. We believe in following up with clients and continually going the extra mile. Our brand Just Like Family means that our reputation is to treat all of our clients like VIP. It’s just good business and good Karma!

That sounds stressful – how can I keep up?

It’s simple. When you are doing work that you love, it isn’t work! It’s true that caregiving can lead to burnout and we have strategies to manage your workload. It also helps to have the support of our network – we are more than just a franchise, we are members of the same team!

What is the initial investment?

There is a one time initial franchise fee of $26,000 and the total investment necessary to start and grow your Family is depending on a certain number of factors that vary from one franchisee to another, you can have a better idea on costs involved after our initial conversation.

How do you choose Franchisees?

This franchise is ideal for someone who loves people, has a passion for assisting the elderly and wants to be part of the booming senior care industry and our growing wholehearted Family.

How do I apply?

Please call us at our main office and mention your interest in franchising opportunities or you can also email us at [email protected] You may also download our Franchise Information Document below and email us your franchise application.


I tried several home care companies before but I wasn’t happy with them sending different caregivers all the time…Just Like Family has offered me the stability and consistency I needed for my dad to stay at home safe.

George U. White Rock

When I realized my mom’s Alzheimer is getting worse and she needs help I didn’t know where to start and what to do…but the people at Just Like Family gave me all the information I needed and since I started with them my mom is very happy and well taken care of.

Lisa M. Vancouver

I have been using Just Like Family for my mom for a few years now, I have two amazing live-in Caregivers, so I know my mom is in good hands.

Bob C. West Vancouver

Just Like Family gives me great comfort and confidence by providing the highest level of quality care for my parents so I can have peace of mind that their needs are met.

Mary T. North Vancouver

What I like about Just Like Family’s Caregivers is that they are very caring and dependable so I trust them with my life.

Christine C. Langley

The connection my parents have with their Caregiver is that of a close friend, not an employee that provides a service, so they can’t wait for the days when she visits them.

Sarah M. Richmond