Franchise Opportunities for Veterans

Senior Care Franchising Options for Veterans with Comfort Keepers

Comfort Keepers is proud to honor men and women who have bravely served our country in the U.S. military by participating in the Veterans Transition Franchise Initiative, also known as “VetFran”. VetFran is a voluntary effort of International Franchise Association (IFA) member-companies that is designed to encourage franchise ownership by offering financial incentives to honorably discharged veterans.

Systematic Approach to Business

Comfort Keepers supports VetFran for several reasons. Primarily, we have a proven track record of success with veterans in our franchise family. Our systematic approach and due diligence in preliminary evaluation carry over to the well-documented and centrally-supported training that each new owner must attend prior to completing their territory purchase. The continued support that each owner receives through our established field-based network helps sustain a foundation for successful franchise operations.

Systematic Approach to Care

Additionally, Comfort Keepers utilizes a systematic approach to care, through our Interactive Caregiving™ philosophy. This method of care engages the clients we serve on several levels, including mind, body, nutrition, and senior safety. Comfort Keepers is a business that enables military members to continue to serve their country but in a new way. Giving back to their local community by making a difference in their clients’ lives, one at a time.

Veterans Franchise Benefits

Comfort Keepers offers a 10% discount off the franchise fee to qualified veterans.

Comfort Keepers was recently featured on Military Makeover with Montel Williams on Lifetime Television.  Watch the short segment and hear first-hand from Anthony Fiore, Comfort Keepers franchise owner and US Army veteran about the many synergies between a career of service in the military and operating a Comfort Keepers franchise business.

“I would tell a veteran that this is a tremendous opportunity to make a difference is someone’s life and that the skills that they learned in the service would directly translate into being successful here”
– Anthony Fiore Comfort Keepers franchisee owner (US Army)