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Health and Home Care Training of New England – Compare Us

If you are looking at other schools located in Fall River and New Bedford, do yourself a favor and check us out. Our programs are priced 60 – 70% less than some other schools and we are better-just ask our students current and past. We are priced less because we don’t spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on advertising.

PRICE does not mean Quality—Don’t get loaded down with DEBT!

View our website for information on all of our programs. Come in and speak to our students.

Our low cost affordable programs and courses, with several payment options, allow our students to obtain the skills they desire while working within their budget.  We work with several funding sources for grants for those who qualify.

Since 2016 Health and Home Care Training of New England has provided hands on training programs in healthcare related fields. As the health care industry evolves, demand for health care workers in hospitals, physician offices, nursing homes and a variety of other health care settings is increasing faster than supply with our hands on approach to teaching, by experienced professionals, we provide the students with real world skills training.  Those in demand skills are what employers are seeking for today’s jobs.

Our convenient location, with easy access to Routes 24 and 195 allow students from both Massachusetts and Rhode Island the ability to attend our day and evening programs.

A key element in the way Health and Home Care Training works is the experience and leadership of our Instructors. Our dedicated and committed Instructors and Directors have decades of experience working in the field as well as in the classroom. We are committed to the successful outcome of every student. Students have taken our programs for years with the intent to improve or create new skills for today’s jobs.  Unlike other schools, we are open year round with open enrollment allowing for frequent starts and convenient schedules.  

HCTS is licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Division of Occupational Licensure, Office of Private Occupational School Education of Private Education, Division of Professional Licensure

Our school meets the approval requirements to work with grant funding programs such as the Massachusetts Department of Workforce Development MRC, WIOA, WIA, and WTF programs. We also work with several rehabilitation programs throughout the area.

Our students are eligible to take the state licensing exams required and various national certifications that employers demand.

Call us today at 508-672-6800 and schedule your appointment to visit the school and learn more about how we can help you start your new life today.